When you’re an American expat living in Australia, there is one thing I know when it comes to packing for a trip home to the USA. Yes, you’re going to take clothing for the exact opposite season. And, yes, you’re going to probably not travel as much like a backpacker. But, neither of those are it. My biggest and most important tip for packing for the USA is…
Maybe the complaints got to be too much, or maybe our guide didn't translate the feelings to her boss correctly. She turned to us after clicking off the phone, stating, "Ok, the tour is cancelled." To which I replied in a rage, "You're ruining my birthday!"
My post on why isolating yourself within your own niche can be a bad thing, and also how the Problogger conference was awesome because it was not niche-focused. What are your thoughts on niches, networking and blogging?
I don't understand how people function without toilet privacy. I just don't. It was an absolute struggle through the Silk Roadistan Tour when I had to not only deal with the dreaded squatter, but also, the squatter with no doors.
Art, grand staircases, columns, high ceilings, crown molding, gold trim. The State Hermitage Museum is everything you'd expect from over-the-top Russia, but what exactly caught most of my attention? Read on, friends.
I got inspired to write this post after reading a piece by Caz of yTravel Blog, 21 ways travel can make your life difficult. While reading it I felt I could relate to several of the points, and I also thought about how I could add a few of my own.