The good old cross country road trip is a classic American vacation, and it is one of my favorite ways to spend the holidays. Driving on the long road with some of your favorite people can be a lot of fun, but if your car isn’t ready for the trip, you can run into a… Read More Preparing Your Car For A Road Trip: 6 Pro Tips
The world is a cool place. Understatement of the century? Probably. The title pretty much says it all. These are what I consider to be the ten best cities in the world, based on all of the ones I’ve ever been to. These are obviously my opinions based on my experiences, so don’t go commenting… Read More My Top 10 Favorite Cities in the World
For travelers, creators, and storytellers alike, there’s only so much you can do on a mobile platform. Every major social media outlet has that one shortcoming. There’s just something that keeps it from being the perfect way to share your big once-in-a-lifetime expeditions and those little journeys that you go on every day in your… Read More Jet Journal: A Revolutionary New Travel App
We’ll bring you around to one of the most fascinating Roman districts: discover in this brief guide how to reach Trastevere, where to sleep, things to see and where to eat, end the day in one of the many locals! The name “Trastevere” comes from the Latin “Trans Tiberim,” that stands for “beyond the Tevere.”… Read More A Brief Trastevere Itinerary, One Of Rome’s Most Authentic Districts
Two years ago, I decided to go on my first solo trip. It was a quick two-week getaway to Colombia. Those brief two weeks sparked a fire in me. As soon as I got back to the states, I bought my first big boy travel backpack and booked a flight to Peru to meet up… Read More What The Last 2 Years Of Backpacking Have Taught Me
Tucked away in the mountains of Mexico’s beautiful Oaxaca region, San Jose del Pacifico is as quiet of a town as it gets. It serves as a perfect stopping point for adventurous travelers that have made their way through northern Oaxaca’s incredibly diverse biomes and multitude of ruins, or those that have started in southern… Read More San Jose del Pacifico, Oaxaca, Mexico Travel Guide
What’s up guys? It’s been a while since I wrote something super personal so here we go. I’m on the last hour of my flight back to the U.S. and the last 13 hours have gone by really slowly. I’m surrounded by so many children and they are all unbearably loud so there is no… Read More Post-Bali Life Update
Better late than never, right? Everyone’s probably gotten their 2017 year in review posts out already. Meanwhile, I didn’t even realize January is almost over. Anyway, I’ve held this off long enough so let’s just cut to the chase. 10. Channeling my inner Indiana Jones at Angkor Archaeological Park Ever since Indiana Jones and Lara… Read More The 10 Raddest Things I Did in 2017
To start your own travel blog, you really only need two things.
A plethora of experiences to draw inspiration from and a computer.
That’s really about it. I consider myself a pretty decent writer, but even the most mediocre writer can become a fantastic storyteller given the right experiences.… Read More How To Start Your Own Travel Blog
There are thousands of travelers out there trying to gain traction for their route to Insta-fame. And why not? Everyone loves to travel, and everyone loves to share their amazing experiences while traveling. Instagram gives people a platform not only to share their experiences, but use their audience to, in short, get free stuff. Up-and-coming… Read More Do Instagram Travel Pods Actually Work?