Tag Archives: Travel Tips

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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How to Take a Shower While Traveling the World, and other Nomad Tips

Juliano Taking a Shower in the Waterfall

You wouldn’t think I’d need to write a post about taking a shower around the world, but that strange white box in the bathroom has perplexed more American travelers than you can imagine. Turn the power on in the shower Yes, most of the world is energy-conscious, and they tend to electronic devices off when not in use. That white box …

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Two Years of Travel and a GPSMyCity Travel App Giveaway

To celebrate my two year anniversary of traveling, I’ve teamed up with GPSMyCity to give away free travel apps to help you explore new cities. It’s been an incredible two years, and I’ve enjoyed sharing my stories you every step of the way. I currently call Chiang Mai my home, where I’ve rented my own condo for the next three …

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Just How Bad Can a Bad Hostel Get, And How to Avoid Them

Messy Hostel Room (Bad Hostel)

Hostels in Malaysia tend to be very cheap, so I don’t arrive at them with any high hopes of quality. However the hostel I stayed at in my trip to Penang gave a whole new meaning to the phrase “bad hostel.” A Penang Nightmare Contrary to my modus operandi, I chose to book my hostel in advance for my four-day trip …

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My Failed Attempt at Setting up a Home Base in Edinburgh

Evening in the Meadows

When I arrived in Edinburgh on April 30th, 2015, I came to see the Beltane Fire Festival. Within 48 hours, the city became my favorite in the world. I determined to set up a home base here. 18 months later, I realized my mistake. My original stint in Edinburgh lasted five weeks. During that time I met with Brendon Vince of Nerd Travels. …

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