Why You Should Travel Less in 2019

Please rethink your resolution to travel more in 2019. It may sound harsh, but it’s time that we push back against a narrative that proposes that we need to visit new places simply because we...

Trinidad: Cuba’s Historic Gem

“I hope there are more Trinidads out there. I’d like to find and wander through them all, to fall in love over and over again.” This was the thought floating in my head as...

10 Books That Shaped the Way We Travel

Books are an integral source of knowledge when we’re trying to make sense of the world. Whether it’s graphic novels, fantastical tales, or riveting pieces of literature, books have affected all of us, and...

The Perfect Destination For Every Type of Travel Couple

Your personality type plays a big role in picking where to travel. When adventuring with a partner, though, this can get tricky. A couple is a partnership, which means you have to consider if...

7 Destinations In The Southern Hemisphere For Avoiding Winter

Maybe you’ve shoveled out of one too many snowstorms, or maybe the constant drizzle and gray skies are making your days too gloomy. Whatever the reason, you’ve had it with winter. Luckily, there’s still...

8 Countries to Visit If You Love the Winter

One way to describe winter is “long and bleak.” But we prefer to see it differently. Because, these chilly months offer a chance for new experiences, ones unique to the locations that endure endless...

How to Navigate Cultural Differences

When traveling, we often become acutely aware of just how different our worldview is from the cultures we encounter. Hoping to dissect this notion, we asked some seasoned travelers what they’ve learned from navigating...

Flying High With Jaimen Hudson: A Quadriplegic’s Journey With Drone Photography

If you view life like a road, then sure, there have been some potholes and flat tires along the way for Jaimen Hudson. But nothing’s been able to stop him completely. When you listen to...

What Traveling Without A Smartphone Taught Me

The terminal was starting to fill up. Stretched across three or four seats, I listened as footsteps, coughs, and buzzing hives of unfamiliar languages drew near. I kept my eyes closed, a fruitless attempt...

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