Thailand’s capital is renowned for its chaos, but that chaos brought me a weird sense of comfort. Wayward souls are scattered throughout the entire city of Bangkok, and as much as I can try to deny it, I was one of them. The same can be said of a lot of cities, filled with people… Read More The Bangkok Chronicles: Good Kid, B.A.N.G. City
Over the past three years, I’ve been to over thirty countries, but it was only recently that I started backpacking. I was in Colombia on my first solo travel trip where I was tagging along with some backpacker friends I made and I decided that my mini suitcase was going to have to go. In… Read More Is Backpacking Right For You?
“Ugh I wanna travel but I don’t have any money!” Well, ya whiny bitches, let me tell you some cold hard facts. If you’ve got a source of income and the slightest bit of self-control, you can also travel often. You’re going to have to make a few sacrifices, but a wise person once said:… Read More 10 Things You Can Give Up To Save Money For Traveling
Social media has always been my specialty. Since 2011, I had gained over three million followers on Twitter, over 120,000 on Facebook, and around one million on Snapchat (before those bastards suspended my account for no reason). Basically, I’ve been in the game long enough and have failed enough times to know which social media strategies… Read More How To Get More Instagram Followers For A Travel Account
For any traveler making their way through Europe, Asia, South America, and even Central America, staying at a hostel is not only budget-friendly but extremely fun. So far, in the hostels I’ve stayed in at the U.S., it can barely even be considered budget-friendly. While some people cringe at the idea of sharing rooms with… Read More When Will Hostel Culture Catch On In The U.S.?
For those looking for the quick answer, yes. Going to Banff is always worth it. I wanted to squeeze in one more trip this year before settling in for the holidays. To be honest, I was tired of constantly sweating in Asia and Central America, so I convinced a friend to come along and we… Read More Is It Worth Going to Banff in November?
Guest Post Some readily accept what hotels have to offer. Others are more aware of options and do their best to find hotels that suit their preferences. Here’s what to look for when feeling like being properly chilled and pampered. Raid the Mini Bar There is plenty of tempting items in the mini fridge.… Read More Properly Chilled and Pampered: Finding Your Perfect Hotel
Even though Ha Long Bay has become super touristy, it is still a must-see destination for anyone going to Vietnam. The amount of companies offering tours shows just how popular it has become. For anyone planning things on the fly, it can become overwhelming to try and narrow it down to the best tour that… Read More Which Ha Long Bay Tour Should You Choose?
When thinking of a good place to ring in the New Year, Scotland might not be the first place to come to mind. I mean, it’s technically not even an independent country. What would they know about partying? Every year, I think about where I should celebrate the New Year. I’ve done Times Square. I’ve… Read More Looking For New Year’s Plans? Scotland’s Got You Covered
Let’s face it. The soundtrack to a road trip can be just as important as the road trip itself. For the rest of eternity, when you hear a song, it will remind you of the fantastic memories that you made on your journey. That’s the really cool thing about music. But anyway, before I get… Read More 15 Songs Every Road Trip Playlist Needs
10. Bogota, Colombia The bustling capital of Colombia is a city full of excitement and wonder. The city has many diverse neighborhoods, many of which feel like entirely new cities. The ubiquitous street art adds some spice to the already colorful city. While I did not like Bogota as much as the other cities in… Read More My 10 Favorite Cities In South America