Why I Stopped My Partnership with G Adventures

I think in being completely clear on my site. I presume it is the lone way to actually run a site. And, thus, in the title of transparency that is total, I would like to discuss about a huge change that is occurred on this one. For the last 10 years, I Have been getting G Adventures excursions. The first vacation I actually took abroad in 2004 was with them, which trip to Costa Rica gave me the travel bug that place me on the […]

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Historical Walking Tours of New York City: The Good, Bad, and Amazing!

New York City has many walking tour companies—from free tours to food tours to neighborhood tours to expensive private walking tours. This place has it all, and with so much history and culture, and so many nationalities represented here, it’s not really that surprising. New York seems to have a walking tour for everyone’s needs. Now, I love walking tours. I think they are a wonderful way to see a city, get your bearings, and learn about where you are […]

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A Birthday Guarantee to Myself

I ‘m thirty three years of age. I am not a lover of birthdays. It’s not like nowadays is any different than yesterday. Emotions, my ideas, successes, and failures remain the exact same. It’s the time between the birthdays that alters us, maybe not the day itself. And why observe only one day of your lifestyle? Let us celebrate life daily. I like to handle each day as my birthday. Nevertheless, as I look-back on another yr, I […]

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14 Ways to Safely Hitchhike Across the United States

My first experience with hitchhiking was in Belize. Back in 2005, I hitchhiked the entire country as it was the most common way locals got around. If they were doing it, why not me? It was a lot of fun and a lot easier and safer than I thought. Since then, I’ve hitchhiked around a handful of countries, met some interesting (and not so interesting) people. Hitchhiking is still a popular and common way many people around the world get […]

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Reader Stories: How DJ Made All His Dreams Come True

In our last reader story, I highlighted the story of Vikram and Ishwinder, an Indian couple who navigated a complex visa system in order to travel the world. Indians face a lot of restrictions on where they can visi and, for most countries in the world, face an extensive visa process. So do Filipinos. It took a Filipino friend in Bangkok four years to obtain an EU Shengen Visa, despite having a good job, a fiancé, and lots of roots. […]

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Win a Free Round Trip Economy Flight!!

Now that I’m in New York, have I run from things to come up with? Am I only dreary? No and undoubtedly no! I ‘ve lots of storylines and suggestions to discuss, but I sanctuary’t had time to compose them however because (drum roll please)… I was composing a brand new novel (and upgrading a number of ebooks)! Yesterday, I dropped off the 2nd edition of my novel How to Journey the Planet […]

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Why There’s No Right Response

In travelling, everything depends on your own needs and want. What journey credit card should you register for? Depends on your own aims. Should you purchase a rail move? Back Pack or carry-on? Possibly. There’s no “correct” response in travelling. Should they do Y or X? What’s the answer to their own problem? My reply is usually “it depends,” because there are not any worldwide […]

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The Development of a Long Term Voyager

There are disadvantages to long term traveling – the five-hour pals, the relationships that are fast, the aloneness that contributes to loneliness. But nothing actually is. Despite these occasional disadvantages, I believe long term solo traveling is something folks should attempt at least once in their own life. Even if you don’t like it, attempt it — it’ll coach you on a lot about your self. It is created me a much better and more amazing man and I Will […]

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How to Find a Cheap Hotel Room: Sites to Use and Sites to Avoid

As much as I love hostels and other forms of cheap accommodation, there is something nice about the luxuriousness of hotels. They are clean and quiet, feature comfy beds, strong showers, and lots of soap I can take for later. But luxury comes at a price. Hotels certainly aren’t cheap and I hate spending a lot of money for a room I am only going to be in for a few hours. It’s why I mostly avoid hotels – I […]

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