I’ve considered writing this post for some time now but been sitting on it, mostly out of fear. I created the original version of this site back in 2014. Back then it was nothing than a travel blog I created due to the rapid growth of the Backpacker Travel page
Most people transition to nomadic or expatriate living after many years of following the conventional work path. My path was a little different. I grew up in France near Strasbourg, but always had dreams of living around the world.
Do you ever wonder what journey your cash has been on before it came to you? In the U.S. alone there are bank notes than ever in circulation. As of December 31st, 2015 there are approximately 38.1 billion bank notes in circulation*.
As your most-awaited solo trip draws near, your excitement for the actual trip is building up, and you’re just as thrilled to do your pre-travel tasks. This mainly involves listing down things you need for your trip, and of course, shopping for your travel essentials!
Around the world, people are getting together with family and friends to celebrate the holiday season.
One of the trickiest parts of becoming a travel photographer/ is supporting your journeys.
Fear. Anxiety. Seasickness. Claustrophobia. Chances are that if you’re trying scuba diving for the first time, that you’ll feel one or of these things
I had known about Esperanto, the world’s most wiy spen artificial language, since I was a teenager. Connected to the noble ideas of internationalism and equality, it attracted me even then.
As the temperatures in the Northern hemisphere drop we trade surf for snow, and what better place to be for winter than Europe. Not just for the rich and famous, snow sports open their chilly legs wide for all to enjoy.
Instagram has quickly become the favorite social network for travel rs and very recently for us. We were late to join, focussing heavily on instead, but now see the true value it brings.