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An In-Depth Travel Guide to Cape Town


Welcome to a very special new column! I’m excited to announce that Natasha and Cameron from The World Pursuit will be writing a (semi-)monthly column on traveling around Africa.

How to Find Work Overseas: 15 Way to Earn Money When You Travel


How much money do you need for your trip? $1,000? $2,000? $5,000? $50,000? I’ve estimated that for a yearlong trip around the world will cost you an average of $50 per day.

The 2017 Reader Survey: How can I make this better for your?


Hi all, Just a short post today. Every so often, I like to survey the community to get a sense of what’s working and what’s not.

Here’s How to Bring the World to You When You Can’t Travel


Last month, a guy came up to me at a reader meetup (let’s call him Pete). He’d just returned from an overland drive from NYC to Patagonia.

2017: The Year You Make Travel Happen


One of the most common New Year’s resolutions people make is to travel more. It’s right up there with eating better and going to the gym more.

14 Major Travel Scams to Avoid


On my first big non-tour trip, I got scammed twice on the same day. My friend Scott and I had just arrived in Thailand.

2017: The Year You Make Travel Happen


One of the most common New Year’s resolutions people make is to travel more. It’s right up there with eating better and going to the gym more.

My List of Must-See Things To Do When in Austin


Austin is known for its incredible music, delicious restaurants and food trucks, excellent university, and vibrant tech scene.

Grape, Olive, Pig: Inside Spain’s Food Culture with Matt Goulding


Many moons ago, a friend emailed me and said “Hey, my buddy is starting a website. Can you give him some advice?

An Inside Look at Living and Working in Saudi Arabia


Saudi Arabia is a country of mystery: it’s not easy to visit as a tourist, as tourist visas are rarely approved, non-Muslims can’t visit the holy sites like Mecca and Medina, and most workers live in special compounds.

2017: The Year You Make Travel happen


One of the most common New Year’s resolutions people make is to travel more. It’s right up there with eating better and going to the gym more.

My List of Must See Things Do When in Austin


Austin is known for its incredible music, delicious restaurants and food trucks, excellent university, and vibrant tech scene.

Travel: The Ultimate Personal Development Tool


With the explosion of websites, podcasts, and conferences teaching you how to improve your life (this one being no exception), it’s clear many of want to become a better version of ourselves.

How These Kids are Giving Back in Peru


“Travel itself is very scarce for me, as I’ve never even commuted outside of the northeastern coast of the United States.

Grape, Olive, Pig: Inside Spain’s Food Culture with Matt Goulding


Many moons ago, a friend e-mailed me and said “Hey, my buddy is starting a website. Can you give him some advice?

How to Start a Travel Blog


This is a post for people who are looking to build a travel blog and don’t know where to start. I blogged a few months ago on how to grow your travel blog but realized I put the cart before the horse so, after many emails, I wanted to share the simple steps for getting your blog up and running.

Grape, Olive, Pig: Inside Spain’s Food Culture with Matt Goulding


Many moons ago, a friend e-mailed me and said “Hey, my buddy is starting a website. Can you give him some advice?

How to Know If the Travel Info You Find is Legit


A couple of years ago, I rs in San Francisco and was invited by the folks at Google Travel to visit their campus, where we spent a lot of time geeking out over travel booking data and metrics.

Grape, Olive, Pig: Inside Spain’s Food Culture with Matt Goulding


Many moons ago, a friend e-mailed me and said “Hey, my buddy is starting a website. Can you give him some advice?

How to Know if the Travel Info You Find is Legit


A couple of years ago, I was in San Francisco and was invited by the folks at Google Travel to visit their campus, where we spent a lot of time geeking out over travel booking data and metrics.


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