Just a little bit of inspiration I whipped up for the day. If you're feeling like you are someone who could never do what I do... think again! Here are the facts that should shine the light on possibility.
My mode of travel might be different from yours, but mine has been molded for a number of reasons: remote working, information retention, and health. Inside you'll find out why I pick and choose my travel choices, and ultimately have to miss out on a number of activities along the way.
You might notice from my lack of updates lately that I’ve been busy putting the final touches on our big trip plans. With all of this on top of normal work and life duties, I guess I’ve been feeling a little disconnected with my blog, so I thought I’d do a quick little survey to get reader feedback on the status quo.
Saving enough money to travel the world can be a stressful process, and for some, it just causes too much anxiety to even give it a try. I cover some helpful tips and inspiration in this post, so have a read and get to saving!
When will I learn? This post talks about the hardest lesson I had to learn this year, and hopefully how I'll start to remedy the issue in 2012. Read on, fellow bloggers, you might find my final thoughts useful.
When I set off in late October for 5 weeks of solo travel, I was sad that I was going on the trip without Patrick. In this post, I talk about traveling without a significant other, and how long is too long. Share your experiences in the comments.
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