Wat Phra Kaew and the Grand Palace in Bangkok are some of the most impressive and magnificent feats of human architecture I have ever seen. I was in awe the entire time I was there. However, there are quite a few things that I wish I had known before going straight there. We had just… Read More The Complete Guide To Bangkok’s Grand Palace and Wat Phra Kaew
Colombia was the first country that I ever traveled solo to. I’ll admit, I was nervous as I had never gone solo before, even though it was just for two weeks. Yeah, believe it or not, there was a time before I was a backpacker. Colombia was the country that introduced me to backpacking, but… Read More The 5 Best Party Cities in Colombia
Man, I cannot say enough good things about Peru. Anyone who knows me or has followed me for some time is probably annoyed by how often I gush about this South American paradise. There is so much to love about this country. Few places in the world have it all, but Peru is about as… Read More The Top 10 Best Things I Did in Peru | The Partying Traveler
Cusco is a dream of a city. From the cobblestoned alleyways to the beautiful monuments from a bygone era, there is no shortage of wonders to marvel at in Cusco. I have spent several months in Cusco and the surrounding Sacred Valley of the Incas yet have never come close to tiring of this incredible… Read More 22 Best Instagram Photo Spots in Cusco, Peru
Peru is one of those countries that is impossible for me to get tired of. It seems like the more time I spend there, the less I feel I have actually done. I’ve visited Peru four times already, and each time has felt far too short for the multitude of things to do there. I… Read More One Month Northern Peru Itinerary For Backpackers
I hate country counting. I think the number of countries you’ve been to is one of the most meaningless, yet disproportionately weighted counters of how well-traveled one is. It seems like people are always racing to be the first or youngest so-and-so to visit every country. I used to think of it as something that… Read More The Q&A Sessions: How Many Countries Have I Been To?
One of the most frequent questions I get is what my favorite country is. I have been traveling almost nonstop for the last four years, so when people find that out, it is usually the first question I get. Whether it’s to pick my brain or compare their own experiences, who knows. I’ve always thought… Read More The Q&A Sessions: Where Is My Favorite Country?
I thought I was clever for paying homage to Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s Love in the Time of Cholera in the title of one of my recent posts. Shortly after, I realized I was not the only one using that headline and I was in fact, not that clever. I picked up another of Garcia Marquez’s… Read More The Quarantine Qhronicles: 14 Days of Solitude
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Is it still possible to fly home? If yes, do it as soon as possible. Like now. I’m serious. For about a week before I actually ended up flying home, it was like a game of Will I? Won’t I? I was so indecisive that I was driving myself crazy. I kept weighing my options without… Read More What To Do For Travelers Stranded Abroad During Coronavirus Lockdown