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5 Rookie Mistakes to Avoid While Backpacking
Okay, so, after a couple international trips and traveling for about a year, I’ve realized that there are so many mistakes everyone makes on their first trip. They are super common, and easy to avoid! My hope is that after reading this article, you will be able to enjoy you’re trip, and perhaps avoid exhausting yourself, wondering if you’ve seen everything, or regretting the money you’ve spent on your trip.
And Then, To the Dismay of Our Mothers, Liz and I Somehow Hitchhiked Across a Developing Nation
Somehow, the juxtaposition of the scent of alcohol, heavy Spanish accent, and string of obscenities leaving his mouth made me doubt this. Perhaps I was right, because when the bus stopped, somehow, Liz’s bag ended up out of her hands and off of the bus. Luckily, the driver managed to get the bag back and nothing was stolen.
The Art of Public Transit: My Four, Unbreakable, Cardinal Rules
I love traveling solo… most of the time. To be honest, I feel safer in most places while traveling than I do back in the states. However, I have four cardinal rules that I follow while waiting for the buses here in Costa Rica. Why? Because the stations in San Jose are in the worst neighborhoods. Additionally, bus stations in other places also seem to attract characters of all sorts. These rules can be applied almost everywhere and won’t lead you astray.
Costa Rica ProTravel Tips: Surviving the Seven Hour Bus Rides
Backpacking on a budget? The cheapest way to get around Costa Rica is via Public Bus- here are some tips for making the most of your journey!
Surviving Solo Travel: Valentine’s Day Tips
Here are nine things to do while traveling solo on Valentine’s Day.
Weighing In: The Carry On
In spite of the weight, I would say that it was $189.00 well-spent (make sure to use google to find a coupon codes before paying full-price), and I have a feeling it will last far longer than the Ryanair bag I purchased for my first backpacking excursion.
Traveling around the World: Health Insurance and Vaccinations (because no one wants to get sick)
If you are anything like me, you probably think about this kind of necessity last. While saving up money is easy, finding health insurance coverage without a full-time job can be difficult. But, it doesn’t have to be. WorldNomad, is a company that offers insurance to long-term travelers. It is easy to set up anContinue reading “Traveling around the World: Health Insurance and Vaccinations (because no one wants to get sick)”
How I got my ticket from Boston to Bali for $5.60
“The first time I traveled, I visited over 14 countries over the course of two months for under $5000 dollars in Europe.”