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10 Most Beautiful Destinations for Summer Travel

The timing of this guest post is rather entertaining, since it comes just when I’ve decided to take a summer travel trip. The details of my trip are still unclear, […]

solo female travel

Why You Should Travel Solo: Advice from 7 Solo Female Travelers

To travel solo is to see the world  — and yourself — with new eyes. With solo female travel, you’re free to embrace your truest self, to meet strangers from […]

disappearing tourist sites

10 Disappearing Tourist Sites: Go Now Or Never?

The ethical debate of whether tourism helps or hinders a community/country is one with no winner. Globalization has made it so easy for people to hop on a plane/train/ship and […]

WIN the Ultimate Dream Life Abroad in Luang Prabang, Laos

I still remember the day, five years ago, when I sat with my breakfast on the banks of the Mekong River in Luang Prabang, Laos contemplating my future. I had […]

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You Know You’re 30 When…

I was never one of those girls who had anxieties about my age. I love surprises and challenges, new adventures and change. I never dreaded the next birthday, or regretted […]

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9 Best Teaching English Abroad Blogs

It all started with teaching English abroad: this blog, my endless desire to see the world, my current business affairs. I remember I was sitting up nights in my bed in […]

Sunrise at Haleakala National Park

Sunrise at Haleakala Crater on Maui

One of the most popular things to do on Maui, Hawaii is to watch the sunrise on Haleakala Crater inside Haleakala National Park. It means standing on top of a dormant […]

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9 Things to Do in Bend, Oregon

In a city that’s growing faster than most people like to admit, a popular phrase is “stop telling people about Bend!” Bendites are going to hate me for writing this […]

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A Nearly Endless Adventure to Picket Butte Fire Lookout

When I learned that the forest service rents out their fire lookouts during the offseason, I imagined a room with a 360-degree view of uninterrupted forest. With the Picket Butte […]

overcome your fears

3 Simple Steps to Facing Your Fears

We all have fear, be it a fear of summiting your first mountain, fear of teaching English abroad, fear of taking your first solo trip abroad, fear of camping alone. […]

indian customs

8 Indian Customs You Should Know Before Traveling to India

Those of you who’ve been following this blog for a while know I have a soft spot for India. I spent six weeks couch surfing my way across the northern […]

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What I Do For a Living And Why Nobody Understands It

Most of my family and friends have no idea what I do for a living. I’ve explained it to each of them numerous times, and yet whenever I return home […]

different kinds of travelers

6 Different Kinds of Travelers: Which One Are You?

This is a guest post from fellow writer and ESL teacher, Christine Hayes, who is currently teaching English in Thailand and sharing her stories here. She is also a writer […]

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Visit Niagara Falls in 48 hours

This post is brought to you in collaboration with one of our partners. I strive to only publish quality content from contributors, and will not publish anything I don’t agree with […]

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