Travel Advice

How to Pack for Travel

Travel Gear

Knowing how to pack for travel, whether for a few weeks or a whole lifetime, can be quite a challenge. I spent months myself trying to plan out what I would need, and I even wrote a post about it on a previous blog I had. However, now that I’ve been traveling for a few months and have a bit …

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Budget Tips for Transport

Florence Train Station

I had a great experience today with budget transport which I’m obliged to pass along. With my fickle travel nature, I decided this morning to leave Florence, skip Bologna and head straight to Venice. I walked to the train station to find how much a ticket was. Much to my consternation, I found they were all around €60. Way out of …

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Travelers are Awesome

Portland Couch Surfing Event

Travelers are the best. I hate to sound biased, but I think travelers are some of the best people in the world. Travelers are caring, adventurous, sociable, fun-loving, warm-hearted, trusting, neat, helpful and courageous. And they have the best stories to tell. Maybe not every traveler as a generality, but every one I’ve met so far in my own travels. …

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You CAN Travel

You CAN Travel

I think it should be mandatory that every citizen on Earth must travel out of their country for at least a month every year. Everyone wants to travel. People are not meant to be stuck in the same city or location forever. And it is a fundamental human right to have freedom of movement. From what I’m finding in my …

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Words From the Skye: Why I Support Small Businesses When I Travel

Dr. Brown's Motorcycle Repair

This was my second post I wrote when I first started traveling. I felt obligated to write it for all the small businesses out there. At the beginning of my travels, I had the desire to support the small businesses in each town I visited as much as I can, and I’ve continued that endeavor to this day. Using “The …

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