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Why I Travel Alone


“Joe, did you book your ticket yet?” I asked. “No. I changed my mind. I’m not going to go.” “What? You aren’t going to Australia?

How to Travel on $50 A Day: The Book Tour


Most people think it seems too good to be true that you can travel across the world on less than it costs to live at home.

How to Sail the British Virgin Islands for Free


The British Virgin Islands often fosters images of intrepid sailors and adventurers living their own version of a Jimmy Buffett song while sailing the seas, relentlessly drinking rum, stopping at hidden beaches, and exploring deserted islands.

How to Travel the World on $50 a Day: The New Edition (and Special Offer)


In 2013, I published my first book, How to Travel the World on $50 A Day. However, information constantly changes in travel – tips get dated and new ways to save always emerge, which is why with great excitement, I’m excited to announce an even bigger and better second edition of the book is on its way to a bookstore (and Urban Outfitter) near you.

What Hitchhiking Alone as a Female in China Taught Me About Hospitality


On the second Wednesday of the month, Kristin Addis from Be My Travel Muse writes a guest column featuring tips and advice on solo female travel.

16 Delicious Restaurants in Hong Kong


Wandering the crowded streets of Hong Kong, one always finds street vendors serving delicious noodles, roasted ducks hanging in the windows of restaurants, fish tanks full of tonight’s dinner, and trendy restaurants next to decades old dim sum establishments.

What Hitchhiking Alone as Female in China Taught Me Hospitality


On the second Wednesday of the month, Kristin Addis from Be My Travel Muse writes a guest column featuring tips and advice on solo female travel.

16 Delicious Restaurants in Hong Kong


Wandering the crowded streets of Hong Kong, one always finds street vendors serving delicious noodles, roasted ducks hanging in the windows of restaurants, fish tanks full of tonight’s dinner, and trendy restaurants next to decades old dim sum establishments.

How to Spend Four Days in Hong Kong


Hong Kong. Its name inspires visions of a chaotic, jam-packed city with soaring skyscrapers, thick smog, endless noodle stands, big finance, and wild nights out.

10 of the Best New Travel Apps of 2014


On the first Tuesday of each month, Dave Dean from Too Many Adapters gives us great tips and advice on travel tech and gear.

How to Spend Four Days in Hong Kong


Hong Kong. Its name inspires visions of a chaotic, jam packed city with soaring skyscrapers, thick smog, endless noodle stands, big finance, and wild nights out.

10 of the Best New Travel Apps of 2014


On the first Tuesday of each month, Dave Dean from Too Many Adapters gives us great tips and advice on travel tech and gear.

How to Change the “I’m Too Poor to Travel” Mindset and Say Yes to Travel


“Your advice is great if you are middle-class, your parents are giving you money, or you’re from the West.

6 Lessons Learned from 3 Months in China


China is a fascinating and rapidly changing country. Old customs and habits hang on as modern skyscrapers go up every second, the country becomes more of a global powerhouse, and people from around the world move there.

How to Change the “I’m Too Poor to Travel” Mindset and Say Yes to Travel


“Your advice is great if you are middle-class, your parents are giving you money, or you’re from the West.

10 Common Fears That Stop You from Traveling Solo


On the second Wednesday of the month, Kristin Addis from Be My Travel Muse writes a column featuring tips and advice on solo female travel.

How to Move Abroad and Save Money


There are many people I look up to in travel writing. Tim Leffel is one of them. He’s been writing about budget travel long before I knew what travel, let alone budget travel, even was.

The No-Nonsense Guide to Data Security for Travelers


On the first Tuesday of each month, Dave Dean from Too Many Adapters gives us great tips and advice on travel tech and gear.

Falling in Love with the Land of Elves


As we stared up at the sky, patches of neon and dark green changed to light pink and back to green. They came out of nowhere, hung like curtains on invisible hangers, and danced a duet to an unheard symphony They would appear, vanish, and reappear all over the sky.

How to Spend Four Days in Prague


Prague is a destination that always seems to be in vogue. It’s been on the tourist map for a long time and the crowds show no signs of abating.


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