There is something no one ever talks about when they go on these epic adventures across the globe and that’s what happens when you get home. Reverse culture shock is a thing and it SUCKS!Continue reading
I thought that my relationship had been through all the tests, but when I decided to travel long-term with my partner, I had no idea what I was getting myself into. Despite some of the hardships (way too many hunger induced fights and the occasional spat over where to go next), spending every waking moment with the same person every day for several months forms a special kind of bond that is worth every bit of struggle. Traveling with your partner can really bring your relationship to the next level. After 8 months on the road together, I think my partner and I have got this couple travel thing down. In this post, I share some of my best tips to avoid killing each other on the road!
It’s no secret I’m in love with my Sony CSC camera, but I find myself reaching for my GoPro Hero4 more and more often. There are so many features that just make it more convenient: its small and compact, its waterproof, and its design makes it easy to take great GoPro photos when traveling solo. Best of all, it manages to have all those perks while still maintaining amazing image quality! Continue reading
Southeast Asia is a beautiful destination packed with stunning beaches and amazing wildlife, but the is region not known for it’s stellar transportation. If you’re backpacking Southeast Asia on a budget, you are going to be spending a lot of time on buses. It’s a necessary evil, but by the end of your trip you will be a pro! Here are a few tips on surviving bus travel in Southeast Asia:
You’re just minding your own business, checking out a beautiful temple when all of the sudden your stomach clenches painfully and you start to break out in a heavy sweat. Uh oh. It’s caught up with you— Thai Tummy, Delhi Belly, Montezuma’s Revenge— whatever you want to call it, you’ve got food poisoning.Continue reading