A Round The World Travel Adventure
Some Of The Most Extreme Adventures I’ve Done On My RTWAdventures are part of most travels, but are you up to experience some of the most extreme adventures on earth? Here are some of the most extreme adventures of my RTW.
How To Travel Easter Island For Less Than $50 Per DayEaster Island, as remote as it is, is not an exclusive destination for intrepid travelers and big pockets. Here I show you how to travel it with a backpackers budget.
How to Hike the W in Torres del PaineThe W hike in Torres del Paine is one of the best hikes you can do in Patagonia and all South America. Here's a good rundown on how you can hike it.
How I’m Learning Portuguese With italkiLearning a language can be tough for some people, but when you find the right tools for you, it can be a much more pleasant experience. Here's my experience with italki.
Visiting a Hmong Funeral in ThailandA Hmong Funeral; one of the most unexpected experiences I had while in Mae Sariang, Thailand. Here I share the story of what I witnessed.
The Ultimate Guide To Become Location IndependentLearn all the tips and tricks to become location independent by following your passion. This lifestyle is more accessible than you can imagine and this guide will help you achieve it.
An Unforgettable Homestay Experience At A Karen Hill Tribe In ThailandSeveral tribes live in the mountains of northern Thailand. During my time there, I had the opportunity to do a home stay at a Karen hill tribe; an experience I'll never forget.
14 Travel Experiences That Made 2014 A Memorable Year2014 was another year of travel full of great and unforgettable experiences. These are just 14 of the most memorable of the year.
Planning a Vacation with Amadeus.netPlanning a vacation? Take a quick look at Amadeus.net to see all the tools that could help you plan your trip and share it with family and friends.
Understanding the Cost of DestinationsUnderstanding the cost of a destination is crucial when it comes to budgeting your trip and being able to stay on budget. This is how I approach it.