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Riding on the Mekong Delta

Experiences Are Better Than Things: How to Give the Gift of Travel

The one gift any traveler in the world would love.

What Happens When a World Traveler Goes Cruising?

HINT: I nearly missed my boat and couldn’t even find my room.

He Saved $34,000 in 10 Months by Working Abroad—Now He Travels the World as a Videographer

Step 1: Save money. Step 2: Chase your dreams.

A pirate ship at St. Maarten

The Ultimate ‘Pick-Your-Own Adventure' Vacation: 4 Ways to Do an Eastern Caribbean Cruise

Remember those “Choose-Your-Own-Adventure” books we read as a kid?

El Capitan!

Everything I Did Wrong on My First Cruise (and Even a Couple Things I Did Right)

Getting practical cruise advice is tough—it’s hard to know what to expect from a cruise unless you’ve already been on one. These first time cruise tips are everything you need […]

Work and Travel Australia

Work and Travel in Australia: How to Get a Working/Holiday Visa

The easiest place to work and travel is in Australia. It's easy to apply for and it's one of the most flexible programs that's available to people under the age of […]

Work and Travel: See the World, Save Money, and Never Stop Traveling

How to See the World, Save Money as You Go, and Never Stop Traveling

The classic 'round-the-world trip can be exhausting—emotionally, physically and financially. Try your hand at working and traveling, and you may be able to travel forever!

Palm Trees in Puerto Rico

Why This Adventure-Seeker Is Going on a Cruise

“Real travelers” don’t go on cruises. Or do they?

How to Legally Reduce Your Taxes to ZERO as an American Expat

How to Legally Reduce Your Taxes to ZERO as an American Expat

Your taxes in the USA don’t have to burden you abroad. Here’s how to lessen the costs.

Jeremy in Iceland

Living with Lyme: My Highly Visible Life With an Invisible Disease

How Lyme Disease turned my entire world upside and why more people need to understand this debilitating disease.

Someone JUST Ripped Off My Credit Card for $490.52 and It's Entirely My Own Fault

Don't Get Hacked Abroad: 6 Horrific Stories of Internet Fraud & Identity Theft

Four days ago I received $490.52 in fraudulent charges on my credit card. And it's entirely my own fault! This is a story of what I SHOULD have done, plus […]

How to Save Money on Flights

The Groundbreaking App That Will Refund Your Flight Ticket if You Paid Too Much

Hands up if you actually pay attention when a company offers a price match deal, and says they’ll meet or beat the price offered by their competitors. A second show […]

Win an 11-Day Adventure in Chile

Enter to Win an 11-Day Adventure in Chile Valued at $23,039 (Seriously)!

Are you ready to take a life-changing trip to one of the most exciting countries on the planet? If you’ve never been, Chile will knock the breath right out of […]

How to Start a Travel Blog

The 7-Step Blueprint to Starting a Successful Travel Blog

To start a travel blog is to open up a world of endless possibilities. I made my travel blog after I had already started traveling, and it has since changed […]

5 Hiking Trails in Tasmania You Don't Want to Miss

5 Hiking Trails in Tasmania You Don't Want to Miss

One of the most rugged, least explored and least visited states in Australia, Tasmania is a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts. Located ten hours by ferry from Melbourne, this is Australia’s […]

A surreal sunset at Delicate Arch inside Arches National Park, Utah

11 U.S. National Parks That Are Ripe for Adventure

Though Americans are notorious for traveling internationally less than any other nationality, it's kind of understandable why. With incredible National Parks all over the country, the United States is, geographically, […]