Traveling Is Supposed To Be Hard And Hostels Make It Too Easy If you aren’t struggling every single moment of every single day, you are not immersing yourself deeply enough into the culture. Hostels are notorious for helping their guests organize transportation, future accommodations, guided tours, and anything else you can imagine. If you want… Read More 4 Major Reasons Why Staying In A Hostel Sucks
While backpacking through Southeast Asia, I have met a surprising number of travelers that have found teaching gigs throughout the region. While I have never done it myself, I was amazed at how easy it is for someone to get a job teaching English for any amount of time in Asian countries. I’ve met many… Read More How Travelers Are Making A Lot Of Money By Teaching Online Remotely
Lago de Atitlan is one of my favorite places I have ever been. The natural beauty of the lake, surrounded by volcanoes and endless lush green hills never get old. I could have stayed there for months, and even considered extending my Central America trip just to go back there another time. So when you… Read More The Backpacker’s Guide To Lake Atitlan
I came into Phong Nha as clueless as I have ever been about any destination. Most of it was because I was not even planning on going here, and didn’t even know it existed until a couple of days prior. I was working my way through the north of Vietnam and intended to go to… Read More Exploring Vietnam’s Amazing Caves With Phong Nha Discovery
Laos is often seen as a barrier between travelers trying to get from Thailand to Vietnam, but unlike Cambodia, it doesn’t offer a must-see world-renowned landmark like Angkor Wat. For that reason, many people choose to skip Laos altogether, a mistake that I almost made. I had a week to kill between my Thailand Visa… Read More Should You Visit Laos?
What’s up guys? The moment I’ve been anxiously awaiting is closer than ever and I am finally hopping onboard the hype train. The past month of being able to relax, catch up with friends, see my family and my dogs has been much needed, but I think my reluctance to go back on the road… Read More yooo I leave for Thailand tomorrow
From tree houses to caves, I found myself partying at a lot of interesting places while I was in Central America. However, the ridonculous Saturday night rave at an abandoned swimming pool just outside Antigua was the one where actual fun accompanied the sense of novelty and wonder. I arrived in Antigua on a Saturday, hearing… Read More Antigua’s Weird Rave At An Abandoned Swimming Pool
Mezcal is the easy winner when it comes to hostels in Cancún. No other place will give you such a balanced mix between social and luxury that Mezcal will. It is centrally located in Cancún, so you are just minutes away from everything you’ll need, like restaurants, local bars and clubs, banks, laundry, OXXOs, and… Read More Hostel Recommendation: Cancún
The reign of Pablo Escobar and the legacy that followed have given Colombia a reputation that has been hard to shake, despite the fact that the Colombia of today has all but erased the demons of a Colombia past.… Read More How Easy Is It To Get Cocaine in Colombia?
Spring was just rolling in through the United States, and I had agreed to running a spring campaign with JORD for their incredible wooden watches. When I jetted off to Costa Rica, little did I know that I would be headed into the land of endless spring. From endless jungles to vast expanses of rolling hills and… Read More Taking on Emerald Costa Rica With My Emerald JORD Watch