How to Save Money on Flights - 12 Easy Tricks That Have Saved Me Thousands

How to Save Money on Flights - 12 Easy Tricks That Have Saved Me Thousands

August 16, 2019 7 min read

The tricks I use to book a last-minute to Europe that was listed at $4,000 for only $600. If you want to know how to save money on flights, this article will show exactly how using tips and tricks that have brought me around the world multiple times.
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The Ultimate Guide to Aït Benhaddou

The Ultimate Guide to Aït Benhaddou

August 14, 2019 6 min read

Aït Benhaddou is a village on the old caravan route between the Sahara and Marrakesh. If it looks familiar, you’ve probably seen in it on TV on A LOT.  It’s been in tons of movies ranging from Laurence of Arabia to Gladiator, The Mummy, Kingdom of Heaven, and more recently, season 3 of Game of…

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The Guide to Isla del Sol in Lake Titicaca

The Guide to Isla del Sol in Lake Titicaca

August 06, 2019 5 min read

Here’s what it’s like hiking Isla del Sol in a day! No heat, no electricity and a hailstorm. Welcome to Isla del Sol! Getting In I arrived on the shores of Lake Titicaca after a 3-hour bus ride from La Paz, Bolivia (for updated bus info, 2018, click here). For those of you new the geography…

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From Santiago to Valparaiso, Chile - Day Trip

From Santiago to Valparaiso, Chile - Day Trip

August 06, 2019 5 min read

  How to do a day trip to Valparaiso, Chile from Santiago I’ve wanted to go to Valparaiso since I started reading about Chile, but we were short on time because we planned to hike the W Trek in Patagonia. This is how we did a day trip to Valparaiso, what not to, dinner in…

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Anaconda, Montana

An Insider's Guide to Anaconda, Montana

August 01, 2019 8 min read

Anaconda, Montana is my hometown and also happens to be one of the places I have been that seems to have character and wild history in excess. In this article, I'll give you the info on the best of Anaconda and how to blend with the locals. 

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gluten-free travel

The Guide to Gluten-Free Travel

July 31, 2019 6 min read

How to travel the world when you must eat gluten-free. This can actually be pretty easy if you plan ahead and know your options.  Here are my tips to get you through on your journey and what has worked well for me.
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visiting neuschwanstein Castle

The Perfect Day Trip from Munich - Neuschwanstein Castle

April 16, 2019 4 min read

Neuschwanstein Castle is your fairy tale come to life.

This is the castle where Walt Disney found inspiration for the Disney World castle. It delights something like 1.3 million tourists per year with the vision of kingly riches that we originally learned about in cartoons. 

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A 40L Packing List for All Climates

A 40L Packing List for All Climates

March 12, 2019 10 min read

I am sure there are people who travel sensibly. They are people who have an itinerary and stick to it. For the rest of us, here's a 40L Packing List for all climates. It's what I have used for most of my travel including a trip that took me from Thailand to the Arctic Circle.
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Going from Employee to Entrepreneur in One Year – What I Learned

Going from Employee to Entrepreneur in One Year – What I Learned

February 26, 2019 7 min read

An Odyssey If you are someone who reads books like The Four Hour Work Week, Designing Your Life and blogs on starting blogs, you know how easy they all make it sound. “Start Your Business in 10 Easy Steps” “Make Passive Income From Your Blog” “Earn Six Figures in 5 Minutes” etc., etc… Well, the…

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I Meditated Silently for 10 Days.

I Meditated Silently for 10 Days.

December 16, 2018 11 min read

Here’s what it was like. Throughout the world, there are centers that do 10-day silent meditation retreats. They are called Vipassana Centers and they are all absolutely free.  They are also not associated with any particular religion, don’t sell anything and don’t try to convert anyone. It’s like the endangered unicorn of the spiritual realm. …

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The Museum of Broken Relationships

The Museum of Broken Relationships

November 30, 2018 3 min read

If you travel much, you will get to the point that you want to gag at the site of yet another religious momument or a statue of a proud-looking middle aged man who no doubt did something notable. If there was a big budget for the statue, he may even be seen riding a horse.…

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Eggslut

Eggslut

November 01, 2018 1 min read

What is Eggslut?! Excuse me, what is eggslut?! I know I’m useless without breakfast but this seemed a bit harsh. I honestly had no idea what this was but it seemed like the non-pastry breakfast option so I went for it. Eat first, ask questions later. Breakfast in Japan is a serious affair. It turns…

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