Vanessa Runs absconded from corporate life to travel the world by RV. She’s since learned four invaluable life lessons along the way.
The list of reasons for not getting out there and following your travel dreams is long and varied, but there are really no excuses. It’s time to go traveling!
No matter where Jessica Spiegel travels, you’ll always find her sitting at the counter at the local restaurant. Here, her top four reasons why every solo traveler should do the same.
Since returning home five years ago, Amanda Kendle’s learned the best ways to cope with reverse culture shock.
Four ways to combat the “I can’t travel” blues and get together the money you need to hit the road.
Skydiving is against every instinct built into every fiber of our being. And yet it feels so right. Turner Wright explores the best places in the world to fall on purpose.
Turner Wright explains why, when he’s repatriated after his latest travel stint, it’s like a drop of water rejoining the pond.
Amanda Kendle explores “flashpacking” to find out what happens when backpackers grow up.
Turner Wright explores three “running cultures”, in which running is life, deeply ingrained in the hearts and minds of the natives.
Instead of curling up in a ball under a fluffy comforter and counting the days until your next departure, Megan Kimble suggests allowing reverse culture shock to be, well … shocking.
Veteran vagabond Shannon Bradford reveals 9 great bits of travel advice she learned the hard way.
Turner Wright explores some of the deadliest foods the world has ever seen – poisonous or harmful, not by accident, but by design.
Ben Keene has traveled (and drank) all over the world and found plenty of excellent “beer hotels”. For the beer geek with a serious case of wanderlust, consider this your Grand Tour.
Reannon Muth learns that Tokyo’s a tough city to be single … if you’re a western woman.
Beating the tourist rush often means anticipating what everyone else will be doing … and then doing just the opposite.
Don’t waste time feeling envious of other peoples’ travels: turn that energy into some great ideas for your own trips.
These days you can find all kinds of tours based on books or movies, on historical journeys, or pretty much any theme you can imagine. But why not make your own?
During my travels, I’m constantly reminded that there are so many different ways to look at the same issue.
Murphy’s Law dictates that things will go wrong on the road. Seasoned traveler Robert Evans is here to help you prepare for the inevitable.
Traveling did as much (if not more) for my know-how and life skills as being in school ever did.