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How I’m taking 12 Trips in 12 Months While Employed Full-Time

By Guest Poster | June 12, 2017

“You’re not allowed to take a vacation. Only the partners can take a vacation,” he said a monotone voice that implied he was unmoved by the message he was delivering. I blinked twice, shocked. It was a good thing we were over the phone, otherwise my face would’ve revealed how ludicrous a policy I thought […]

The 3-2-1 Travel Rule

By Guest Poster | June 5, 2017

Let’s face it, millennials get a bad rap. But as far as I can see, my friends and colleagues who fall into the millennial category are hard workers, politically engaged and trying to figure out this whole adult thing. And it’s hard. The economic recession set back a whole generation who, for the first time […]

Strength Training While Traveling

By Guest Poster | May 29, 2017

There are many benefits to traveling, but the one downside is that it can halt progress in the gym. If you’re serious about gaining size, then you know you don’t want to skip days in the gym. And if you’ve been following a strict schedule then you want to stick with that schedule, regardless of […]

Albania Travel: An Introduction to the Land of Eagles

By Guest Poster | May 25, 2017

My sister and I knew nothing about Albania and the quirks of Albania travel before choosing to spend the summer there. Upon arrival in Tirana, the capital and biggest city, we attempted to access Wi-Fi in the airport, which we quickly realized was not working. When we mentioned this to employees, we received inconclusive shrugs […]

How To Travel The World As A Dancer

By Guest Poster | May 15, 2017

If you were to ask a group of Millennials how to “travel and get paid to do it,” they’d all pull up their Instagrams and their blogs and show you analytics and affiliate links. And THEN, they’d probably try to sell you an e-course, a nomad guide or social media planner…To each their own, but […]

Discovering the Secret of the Dead Sea Scrolls in Qumran, Israel

By Guest Poster | May 8, 2017

Israel is home to some of the most excavated ancient Biblical sites in the world. One of my highlights was a visit to Qumran, the site where the Dead Sea Scrolls were discovered. The Dead Sea Scrolls are often referred to as the most famous manuscripts discovered in history, and the excavated site is now […]

Visit Petra – What To See in Petra Other Than The Treasury

By Guest Poster | May 2, 2017

Why visit Petra, Jordan? Is the Treasury the only thing to see in Petra? Several people ask us these questions when we tell them about our recent visit to the Middle East which included Israel and Jordan. Most people may have seen the iconic photo of the Treasury at Petra. The beautifully carved facade on […]

Eating Hawker Foods in Singapore

By Guest Poster | April 13, 2017

From high-end Michelin-starred restaurants to hip cafes to restaurant chains, there are plenty of food choices in Singapore. But if you want cheap and authentic local cuisines, head over to hawker centres instead. Basically, a hawker centre is a non-air-conditioned food market where you can find food stalls selling affordable local foods. Expect to pay […]

11 Can’t Miss Things to Do in Oaxaca

By Guest Poster | April 6, 2017

We went to Oaxaca without knowing what to expect. We knew that Oaxaca was supposed to be fun and colorful and have tasty food, but that was essentially the extent of our research. In the end, I’m glad we didn’t overthink Oaxaca: it gave the city a chance to surprise us. Oaxaca ended up being […]

Where to Go in El Salvador

By Guest Poster | March 27, 2017

If you are interested in traveling to El Salvador, but you’re not quite sure where to visit, you have come to the right place. There are many places within the country that are worth seeing and experiencing, but here are some of the top places for travel within El Salvador. San Salvador Of course the capital has […]

Where to Eat in Dublin (And Drink Well Too!)

By Guest Poster | March 9, 2017

While I am a budget traveler at heart, dining out and drinking is one of my favorite indulgences while traveling. Luckily, Dublin is a great place to eat and drink while staying relatively budget-friendly. Check out 5 tips below for where to eat in Dublin including the best pubs and restaurants for getting an authentic […]

5 Reasons to Visit Xinjiang, China (Wait…Where??)

By Guest Poster | February 20, 2017

Having lived in Xinjiang since 2006, it’s hard for me to believe that people have never heard of this place. Of course everybody is familiar with China and most people have heard of Tibet…but Xinjiang? In most cases people I know can’t pronounce Xinjiang*, much less find it on a map. It may come as […]