This is a post of what I hope isn’t too much of a generalization of what I have learned about religion, and the conclusions I have made in the process. To make it clear, I (think) I believe in god, but I definitely don’t believe in religion. I wholeheartedly believe that religion was made by [...]
This is a post of what I hope isn’t too much of a generalization of ...
Have you ever planned an amazing trip and just knew your photography skills just wouldn’t ...
Hostel Nina Bosnia & Herzegovina was the last stop of my trip through the Balkans ...
If anyone ever tells you that Italy isn’t all that, you should know they’re plain ...
Twitter has been a strong influence when it come to fueling my wanderlust. My Tweet ...
Have you ever planned an amazing trip and just knew your photography skills just wouldn’t be up to the challenge of really showing the true beauty of the place? I have, quite often in fact. So when it came time to dive Thislegorm near Sharm El Sheik, Egypt, I was pleasantly surprised and relieved to learn [...]
Hostel Nina Bosnia & Herzegovina was the last stop of my trip through the Balkans this summer. I arrived to Mostar in the middle of the night after an excruciating 10 hour bus ride coming from Montenegro. From the first moment I stepped foot on Herzegovina land I felt welcomed with open arms. I was [...]
If anyone ever tells you that Italy isn’t all that, you should know they’re plain and simply wrong. Italy IS all that and then some more. The movies, the magazines, the postcards – they don’t just portray a beautiful myth. The streets really are narrow with laundry drying out on tiny balconies, flowers hanging over [...]
Twitter has been a strong influence when it come to fueling my wanderlust. My Tweet feed has a never ending lineup of interesting stories and amazing travel photos, keeping me online for much longer than I should. Here is a list of the top Twitter travel writers that I know of, starting with the ones [...]
This postcard-worthy photo was taken at sunset in the Cloth Hall of the Market Square in Krakow, Poland, by Andrea Magrath, a travel blogger who loves to explore the world. Check out her blog, as well as her Pinterest and Twitter. Thanks Andrea!
My whole of 2013 was spent wandering Europe, and making some of my best memories, and friends of my life. One memory come to mind when I think of Europe, and that is my time hitchhiking the Balkans. This hitch in particular, Croatia, Bosnia, Serbia and Romania. Hitchhiking the Balkans How it started out, was [...]
Street art in Miami is taken pretty serious by its artists. The Wynwood Art District is filled with street art every which way you turn. There is a section called the Wynwood Walls and Wywood Doors with commissioned art from local artists, but the surrounding blocks are lined with amazing art as well. You could [...]
Is it really cheaper to shop abroad? It seems so as new research from online shopping voucher website found that 59% of holidaymakers buy goods abroad to save cash with 26% of them choosing destinations based on best shopping bargains. Research by an online shopping voucher website found that three fifths of holidaymakers choose to [...]
Danube Delta – a UNESCO Natural World Heritage Danube’s Delta has been added to the UNESCO list of World Heritage sites in 1991 and the justification for inscription: “The waters of the Danube, which flow into the Black Sea, form the largest and best preserved of Europe’s deltas. The Danube delta hosts over 300 species [...]
This postcard worthy photo of Gullfoss, a waterfall in Iceland on the glacial river Hvita was taken by Margo McDonough, who writes about her travels on her cool blog. Do you have a great photo that would make a awesome postcard? send it over to [email protected] and see it featured here!
WARNING, Dahab is one of those places that sucks you in and never lets you go. I was originally planning on being here for a week, and that was 7 months ago. There is lots to do, and its a beautiful place, but I think that it’s the whole vibe here, that makes you never [...]
If you want to have the most amazing SCUBA diving experience possible, then you should logically head to Sulawesi, Indonesia, an area of the world touted as “the world’s best diving.” Many places claim to be the best. If you were to map all of these claims, you would see spatterings in the Caribbean, The Red Sea, [...]
Many travel bloggers explore the world between popular backpacker spots such as Siem Riep and Thailand. Some go to less well known locations such as Latvia or North Korea. Yet what if you went to somewhere not on the target list? Somewhere that restricts entry to those of a certain religion or who have a [...]
Backpackers are a rare breed. They are a people whose main priority is to see the world, one way or another. They are desperate to feel the high of waking up on any given morning on a different corner of the Earth, and experience new things. Out of that desperation, and a need to go [...]
Bhutan is a mysterious country that is all about peace, the environment, and happiness. Sounds pretty awesome right? Well here are.. 24 Interesting Facts about Bhutan 1. Bhutan is one of the most isolated and least developed nations in the world. 2. The capital city is Thimpu, and Dzongka is the official language. There [...]