Blissfully Ignorant: Environmental & Social Impacts of Travel

Travel is a selfish & environmentally destructive activity. Approximately 66% of US citizens do not have passports. Guess what? They are helping to protect the environment more than you are.

10 Common Questions about Solo Female Travel

Kristin Addis of Be My Travel Muse as she answers the 10 most common questions she gets from solo female travelers on topics such as money, safety, getting over negativity, meeting people overseas, and much, much more.

My Own Private Budapest

Budapest. The beautiful city on the Danube. It’s a city I’ve never heard anything bad about. “If you love Prague, you’ll love Budapest,” people would tell me. And they were right—I did like Budapest. Not nearly as much as I like Prague, but that’s another story. This story is about Hungarian folk dancing. Before I […]

11 Ways to Improve Your Travel Writing

To be a successful travel writer or blogger, you have to keep learning. In this post, David Farley, an award-winning travel writer whose work has appeared in numerous publications, shares 11 tips on how to keep getting better so that you can reach wider audiences.

Big City Living in Tegucigalpa

The capital city of Honduras is dirty, dangerous, and expensive. Just the type of place most people try to avoid. So naturally I decided to go urban exploring and check it out.

Ko Phi Phi: Thailand’s Most Dangerous Island

This is a guest post by Sean Ogle. When you think of dangerous islands, you might think of earthquake-prone and poverty-stricken Haiti. Or maybe it’s Australia, with its deadly spiders and snakes. Or perhaps it’s someplace even more remote, like the jungle wilderness of Borneo. Yet there is an island out there that is far […]

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