4 Countries Where a Road Trip Is the Best Way to Get Around

The following is a guest post by Dan Greene. Going on a road trip is a great opportunity for adventure and exploration. You can set your own schedule and take detours as you please. See something that catches your eye? It’s easy to go off course and dedicate a day to visiting new, unexpected places. Read More …

How I Traveled to NYC for a Weekend with $20 USD

This is perhaps one of our most highly requested posts yet. I had mentioned in an earlier post that I would frequently travel to New York City (NYC) from Boston with $20 USD or less, including all transportation, accommodation, and food, and received an influx of messages asking how it is possible to spend so Read More …

An Open Letter to My Non-American Travelers

Dear Non-American Traveler: Surely, by now you’ve heard about America’s pick for the 45th president of the United States of America. Maybe you laughed, maybe you cried, maybe you marched in protest. But before you lash out at me on the train or laugh mockingly in my face at the pub for electing such an Read More …

Beginner’s Guide to Island Hopping in the Virgin Islands

Our trip to St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands in December 2016 was hardly just a trip to St. Thomas. We also explored the neighboring islands of St. John, Tortola, and Virgin Gorda, three islands close in proximity to St. Thomas but far in similarity. We found intimate, hidden beaches in St. John, beautiful coastlines Read More …

The Reality of Travel

Travel. In recent years, the generation of millennials and beyond have taken it upon themselves to take full advantage of the ever advancing connectivity of the world. Stories of people selling all of their possessions, quitting their jobs, and travelling the world have become models of the ultimate form of living, a contrasting viewpoint from those Read More …

Reveling in the Rockies

Having spent the last 18 years of my life in the Midwest, I have grown accustomed to living in flat terrain and driving hours to wastelands covered in manufactured snow for my big ski trips. I have learned to embrace cold, dreary weather and conquer seasonal affective disorder (SAD), which, if you live in a cold, dreary climate Read More …