The typical model for long term travel is save, save, save – spend, spend, spend. Adding another equation into the mix can produce significant benefits.
An in depth look and review of the Travel Blog Success Course and what you need in order to have a successful adventure travel blog.
Riding into a sandstorm by motorbike in Mocha, Yemen. We hired a few mototaxis to drive us two hours down the beach, through the sand, with waves lapping at the tires, to go to the world’s original coffee port, Mocha (also where the name of the beverage comes from).
All of us enjoy reading a good story, but what if, like a writer putting pen to paper, you could begin crafting the life you are living into a better story? A review of Don Miller’s book A Million MIles in a Thousand Years.
Brimstone Gulch, a slot canyon in Grand Staircase Escalanate, Utah. I spent a day exploring the narrow slot canyons of Spooky, Brimstone, and Peek-A-Boo Gulch.
The importance of finding your quest and bringing adventure into your life — a review of the book the Happiness of Pursuit by Chris Guillebeau.
The tools and resources for learning Spanish that I used in preparation for my trip to South America as well as upon landing in Colombia.
A detailed guide as to how I was able to make my monthly rent and utility costs by renting my property through Airbnb, how to jump start your hosting career successfully, and what it is like to be a host.