I’ve traveled extensively, and have learned that the world can be a hostile place for U.S. citizens abroad. Researching “next level” security options, I found online advice recommending “dummy wallets” with just enough cash to satisfy robbers, and even “novelty” or “fantasy” passports. The U.S. State Department offers a wealth of travel tips – including [...]
Expectations may turn up to be the complete opposite from what you expected; you may even find a precious treasure or taco along the way. Enjoy Kat’s travel story to Inglewood, California – ‘Gangsta’s Paradise’
The plan is simple: get to the beach. But how? Hitch-hike a handful of times, wander through a wavering road that leads to nowhere and pray that you’ll meet up with your group. What’s adventure without having a story to tell at the end? Enjoy Jill’s ride through Hawaii.
Travel is enlightening in and of itself. But add some passion and knowledge about an author that inspires you in the mix…Presto! you just made memories that will change your life.
Frugal side of fine dining. This traveler puts “$40 A Day” to shame. The art of Dumpster Diving.
Navigating the twists and turns of the Hana Highway: Girl’s on adventure to discover the Maui coastline, Hawaii
If you’ve been to Maui I’m sure you’ve been tempted to drive on the Road to Hana…yes it may be a dangerous journey but imagine the things you’ll see and the stories you’ll get to tell when you do cross it. Here’s what this brave traveler did once she crossed it.
When you’re lost in a city best thing to do is consult with a local street walker.
They escape the Everglades at night with hissing Alligators on their trail and airborne assassins closing in.