I bought the Istanbul section of the Turkey Lonely Planet, and have yet to look at it. I booked a hostel for the first night in the city, and I have no idea how to get there. I know when my flights will be landing; I know when they should be departing.
Communication issues are just an everyday part of travel to countries that don't speak English. There are some moments, some days when you may not want to deal with it. Or, you just might want to be extra, extra, extra sure your meal doesn't come with meat. Whatever it is, you now have a tool that can help you communicate your desires and needs without words!!
I think most travelers have their dream trips planned out -- y'know, the ones that they would do if money were never an object. Well, I do, too. Read on to find out what Brooke would do when money is not an issue.
As an international traveler, airports are incredibly hard to avoid, and even harder is avoiding spending money while in them.
It’s like a trap. Like a sports stadium trap with overpriced hot dogs and beer. Everything always looks so delicious and so tempting, until you fork out the equivalent of a week’s worth of… Read more
Social media might be a term that touches everyone’s lips because… well… it is everywhere! You gotta admit that when political leaders take to using Twitter and Facebook, it’s kind of a “thing”. And, where there’s a thing, there’s always some controversy.
I overall love me some social media action and am amazed at what some people… Read more
I started out the year on such a run and with big goals. Sadly, you’ve probably noticed that my daily posts have disappeared, and before that my daily photos were kind of minimal. Phooey.
Through the process, I’ve realized that there is only so much one person can do, and the daily posts brought me to a very… Read more
Obviously he wanted to hear the whole story because people don't really hurt themselves walking. No, he wanted to get to the bottom of it – why I found myself over the previous weekend confined to my bed popping Voltaren pills waiting for my inflamed ITB's to die down, while in the back of my mind I was wondering if I would even be able to go on my upcoming trip to Bishkek because I couldn't walk.