Travel Advice

How Easy and Hard Getting Into Morocco Was for Me

Getting Into Morocco (On Camels)

I figured I’d tell my story about getting into Morocco, my first country in Africa. Perhaps it’s not the best guide, but it gives an idea of what to expect, how cheap it can be, what to avoid and a few tips. Finding a Plane Ticket to Morocco If you have unlimited funds to throw around, you can probably buy …

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Why I Love Taking Photos With My Samsung S8 Phone

Selfie with Samsung S8 on Cannon in Karlskrona

I take all my photos with my Samsung S8 phone when I travel, and I can’t recommend it enough for other travelers and bloggers. I can’t compare it to other phones since I only use the Samsung line, but I can say why I think it’s the best phone on the market (except maybe the new S9). PS: this is …

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How Not to Find the Right Train in Ukraine, and Other Mishaps

Selfie Waiting for Bus in Ukraine

To everyone looking for a comfortable, fast train in Ukraine, I’m happy to say a great option exists. Unfortunately, I did not manage to get on it myself. Here’s what happened to me, and how you can have better luck getting the right train. Language Barrier My adventure began in Odessa, Ukraine where I spent three days exploring the vibrant …

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What Life is Like After Three Years on the Road

Selfie at the Border (Three Years)

Three years ago on January 28th, 2015 I boarded a plane in Portland, Oregon via Los Angeles to London with a one-way ticket to travel the world. I touched down at 6 a.m. at London Gatwick airport, setting foot on a new continent for the first time in my life. Since then, I’ve had a world of adventures while inspiring …

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Why Iceland Didn’t Become My Favorite Country in the World

Selfie in Iceland

Since before I started traveling, I had Iceland and New Zealand as my top two destinations in the world. Then I got to Scotland and it quickly became my favorite country. It might not be a perfect country, but it certainly is the best one so far. The food, people, climate, dialect, nature and location come together to make a spectacular …

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