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The following is a guest post As one of the most traveled to destinations in the world, Bangkok surely has a lot to live up to. Whether you’re looking for delicious cuisine in the epicenter of the Thai food Mecca or trying to find some rare and unique souvenirs for...read more
Why don’t Americans travel more? It’s a question we’ve seen a thousand times. People are wondering why one of the strongest nations on earth, with the people who have the most opportunity, and a strong currency, don’t travel. I used to be one of...read more
The American Dream is sought after by so many, but it’s just simply not for everyone. I’m fortunate enough to have The United States as my home country, but there’s certainly some ideals that I just don’t resonate with. One of those things is the mold that society has...read more
Melbourne is quite possibly the most incredible city I’ve been to yet. It has everything you’d need plus a plethora of things you want and it’s all set in intricately beautiful buildings that are surrounded by lush parks. This city isn’t your...read more
The following post is a guest post written by Jyotsna Ramani from wanderwithjo.com From the beautiful towns of western cape and the iconic Table Mountain to the subtropical coast of Kwazulu Natal and then towards the northeast to the country’s premier safari...read more
I’m working and living in Darwin, Australia. If you would have told me I’d be here a few years ago, I probably would have laughed for five minutes straight. I can’t believe I’ve been abroad for over 5 years, this is my fourth continent...read more
Oregon is just so hot right now… Like, not literally, I mean, it does snow here afterall! I mean as in a destination. It’s really blowing up! I had no Idea what Oregon had to offer before coming here with my boyfriend in November of last year, but I very...read more
So! You’re traveling around Australia and you want to get from A to B. These are your choices: a. Rent a car for a million bucks. b. Buy a car but take on the risk on not getting is sold soon enough or losing out on it or breaking down… c. Rent a campervan...read more
The following is a guest post from Claire Lovesti of Traveltio.com Prague may be the heart of Europe but there’s plenty to see in the rest of the Czech Republic as well, so don’t stop wandering once you’ve seen the fair city! There’s a habit among short trip...read more
Blissful beaches, friendly locals, extreme shopping opportunities, and western-like development. It’s hard to say no to a place like Bali. People from around the world clammer over here each year to experience this gorgeous little island in Indonesia. But what...read more
Have you been thinking of getting an Australian Working Holiday visa? If not, maybe this guide to the Australian Working Holiday visa will change your mind! Here’s everything I wanted to know about this visa when I was researching, how to get it, everything I...read more
This is a guest post from Jess Signet of Tripelio.com Getting out to Sri Lanka is an ideal escape and a dream come true for most travelers. The allure of beautiful sandy beaches, tropical climate, and idyllic scenery makes for the perfect destination. However, with so...read more
My recent trip to Indonesia was a (very much needed) surprise little visit! It wasn’t planned at all, especially after my recent post about my life in Australia and how I’m saving thousands by living and working here. I surely didn’t expect to hop on...read more
Ambon and Saparua are two idyllic islands in the Maluku archipelago of Indonesia. They are two little blissful spots yet to be touched by the massive development some of their sister islands have gone through already. They are quiet, serene, simple and peaceful little...read more
Millennials travel. A lot. It’s essentially the hottest thing to do, and if you don’t do it, you’re kinda not cool. (only half joking…) However, there’s also this set of millennials who are bitter AF about travel. They think it’s stupid and unattainable because...read more