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Everything You Need to Know About Using Smartphones When You Travel


On the first Tuesday of each month, Dave Dean from Too Many Adapters gives us tips and advice on travel tech and gear.

My 2015 Group Tours: Two Trips to Europe!


At the end of 2013, I started leading group trips. I’ve done four so far and have really enjoyed them.

7 Common Excuses People Use to Avoid Family Travel


On the third Friday Saturday of every month, Cameron Wears from The Traveling Canucks is here to give us tips and advice on how to travel better with your kids.

How to Stay Safe When You Travel as a Solo Female


On the second Wednesday of the month, Kristin Addis from Be My Travel Muse writes a guest column featuring tips and advice on solo female travel.

Hogmanay: Edinburgh’s Amazing New Year’s Celebration


I hate New Year’s Eve. To me, it’s a non-holiday. A night out where bars have an excuse to overcharge customers, people get excited for a twenty second countdown, and you realize after the clock turns over that life is still the same.

7 Common Excuses People Use to Avoid Family Travel


On the third Friday Saturday of every month, Cameron Wears from The Traveling Canucks is here to give us tips and advice on how to travel better with your kids.

What Makes a Nomad a Nomad?


What makes a nomad a nomad? Or a backpacker a backpacker? How do you define a budget traveler? Am I a nomad because I move around a lot or did I give up the rights to call myself that when I got an apartment?

Updates From the Book Tour!


As the sun rises in Asheville, North Carolina, it is day 12 of my cross-country tour to promote my new book, How to Travel the World on $50 a Day.

7 Common Excuses People Use to Avoid Family Travel


On the third Friday Saturday of every month, Cameron Wears from The Traveling Canucks is here to give us tips and advice on how to travel better with your kids.

Hogmanay: Edinburgh’s Amazing New Year’s Celebration


I hate New Year’s Eve. To me, it’s the non-holiday holiday. A night out where bars have an excuse to overcharge you, people get excited for a twenty second countdown, and you realize after the clock turns over that life is still the same.

How to Stay Safe When You Travel as a Solo Female


On the second Wednesday of the month, Kristin Addis from Be My Travel Muse writes a guest column featuring tips and advice on solo female travel.

12 Things Not to Do When You Travel


Travel writers always talk about what to do when you travel. It’s all must-sees and things not to miss.

10 Destinations to Visit When You’re a Budget Traveler


The world is full of affordable destinations, and it doesn’t require much effort to find them. No matter what continent, there are always places you can visit on a budget – even countries we think of as expensive are quite budget-friendly if you know certain tips and tricks.

The Great American Road Trip (Part Deux)


To Americans, there’s nothing that hold more appeal than the classic road trip. It’s built into our cultural DNA dating as far back as the 1920s.

Has technology ruined the travel experience?


On the first Tuesday of each month, Dave Dean from Too Many Adapters gives us great tips and advice on travel tech and gear.

My 12 Recommended Books for 2015


There’s nothing more inspirational than a well-written travel book. It can fill you with awe, wonder, and wanderlust.

How You Can Travel the World Cheaper, Longer, and Smarter (Plus, get FREE stuff)


When I first wrote How to Travel the World on $50 a Day, it was just a small PDF guide with some travel coupons you downloaded from this site.

Updates From the Book Tour!


As the sun rises in Asheville, North Carolina, it is day 12 of my cross-country tour to promote my new book, How to Travel the World on $50 a Day.

How to Travel on $50 A Day: The Book Tour


Most people think it seems too good to be true that you can travel across the world on less than it costs to live at home.

Ten Years Ago, I Quit My Job to Travel the World


Ten years ago, I embarked on the trip that would change my life. It was 2004 and I was trying to convince a friend to visit the Galapagos Islands the following January.


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