5 things you can do right now to start traveling for less.
My attempt at compiling the most comprehensive list of proven mosquito defenses. Last updated: August 30, 2016.
You may equate bartering to taking from people who have less than you, but in many places it’s actually expected and if done respectfully can be mutually enriching!
Our favorite healthy meals you can make with minimal cooking in the most poorly-stocked hostel kitchen. Continue reading
7 ways that binge travel or visiting multiple places in one trip can cost you.
One of the all-time most romantic days I’ve ever spent with my boyfriend of almost 2 years was, not surprisingly, in Paris. We had breakfast at a charming vegan bistro, took a leisurely stroll through the city in the sweltering heat of June, and practiced our French at an outdoor gelato stand along the canal. Continue reading
I’m what you might call a serial over-packer. I have never been able to travel without at least 3 pairs of shoes, a range of outfits for every climate and dress code, and a full bag of toiletries, and traveling in cold weather is a nightmare because winter clothing is so much thicker! Continue reading
Wi-Fi is so abundant in most places nowadays that I have never really been able to justify the expense for an international data plan when it’s so easy to get along without it! Here are the only tools I’ve found I needed when I don’t have access to Internet while abroad. Continue reading
One thing experienced globetrotters understand is that you don’t need to know the local language to take public transport when you travel. Most transit systems are built for use by the public—old, young, smart, stupid, or drunk—and therefore designed as simply and consistently as possible to make the service accessible to all. Continue reading