*Insert Matthew McConaughey voice for the following*: The thing you gotta understand is.. there is no right or wrong way. Trips come in all different shapes and sizes, just like noses.. You’ve done it. You’ve planned it out or maybe you’ve just dreamt up your next trip and are finally sharing it with your friends/coworkers: You- ‘Hey … More 3 Things: Supporting Travel Dreams
The sun sets on Porto (November, 2015) When I look back on my three months away there are a few things that stick out to me. One, I had some amazing food. Two, I fell in love with certain places simply by casually walking around with no goal or agenda. Porto just happens to be … More My Favourite Walks: Porto
Oh, hey. Didn’t see you there, Bro… You are finally there. You’ve made that connection you didn’t think you would. You are about to, as Fez from That 70’s show would say “Do iiiiiit” 😉
Walking to Monserrate Palace, from Sintra… Whether you are at a resort for a relaxing stay or backpacking through another country, there is no wrong way to travel. This is something I’ve ignored for a large chunk of my life. I would hear about others vacations and I would immediately think of a better way to … More Travel: There Is No Wrong Way
Brian, our guide in Berlin (2009) While I often get tired of some of the repetitiveness that comes along with travelling, I don’t think I have ever REALLY regretted taking a walking tour. And neither should you. Here are a few reasons as to why you should at least research potential walking tours for each destination
In this post I want to remind you to make your trip YOUR OWN trip. You can listen to what others say, but don’t be afraid to visit somewhere based off of the warnings of a fellow backpacker!
Cinque Terre (October, 2015) In my last post, I talked about my worst mistake in 2015. In this post, I want to bring back some “positive vibes”. So here’s my best moment in 2015 (travel related).
Hohenzollern Bridge (Cologne, Germany) Travel Tip: Finish your trip somewhere foreign to you. Finish in a place where you can wake up every day excited to explore something new.
Why you should make your trip your own. 3 things to consider helping along your research before you leave, and the good and bad results from each method: