Tag Archives: Travel Tips

My Good and Bad Adventures Riding Flixbus in Europe

Selfie with Flixbus in London

When I first arrived in Europe back in 2015, I was quickly introduced to Megabus. It immediately became my favorite way to get around. A few months later, all the routes outside the UK were bought out by Flixbus. If you’re traveling on a budget, using Flixbus in Europe is your best choice. Cheapest Bus Tickets in Europe With my …

Read More »

5 Ways to Stay Safe When You’re Traveling the World

Selfie in Essaouira

Knowing how to stay safe when you’re traveling is an important lesson I should have imparted a long time ago, as I get asked about it more than almost anything else. Bad conditions stem from two sources – people who mean to do you harm, and natural catastrophes. Here are a few ways to avoid the two. Check the Weather …

Read More »

Reminiscing on My First Day of Travel Abroad Without a Plan

Selfie at Big Ben #3

It’s been many years since my first day of travel, but still feels like yesterday. All I had was a one-way ticket from Los Angeles to London. Nothing else was planned. I only knew that I wanted to travel the world. Originally I planned to travel for 10 years and then reassess my life. It wasn’t long before that changed …

Read More »

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 …

Read More »

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 …

Read More »