• street art in berlin

    Artist’s Haven: An Alternative Guide To The Best Street Art In Berlin

    Dubbed a Creative City of Design by UNESCO the street art scene in Berlin is exploding and has been for decades. If you’re searching for the best street art in Berlin I’ve got you covered! Read on for my favorite spots for massive murals, unique graffiti, and inspiring art....
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    St Andrews Travel Guide: Things To Do, Where To Eat, And What To See

    If you’re ever lucky enough to visit Scotland, I highly suggest taking a day trip to the picturesque heritage town of St Andrews. Just an hour from Edinburgh, visiting St Andrews promises a rich cultural experience. Think royal ancient architecture, historical monuments that are still operational as common University...
  • cafés in madrid digital nomads

    The 10 Best Cafés In Madrid For Digital Nomads

    Madrid has recently seen an influx of foreign millennials living in the vibrant Spanish capital city. Global travelers-turned-digital-nomads opt to make a temporary home in the city due to its affordability, culture, and beauty. Whether you’re a remote worker or a globetrotter, you’ll enjoy Madrid’s rich café culture and...
  • getting around taipei

    Getting Around Taipei: 9 Ways To Explore Taipei And Beyond Without A Car

    So you’re coming to Taipei! Congratulations, you’ll enjoy driving among the five million vehicles on the road! Crowded streets, traffic jams, accidents…Doesn’t sound too appealing, does it? However, anyone traveling to Taipei should rest easy knowing that it is one of the most accessible cities in the world for...
  • Visit Khanom

    Visit Khanom: A Secret Gem In The Gulf Of Thailand

    Not many tourists who move through Donsak Pier on the southern Gulf of Thailand have a clue what lies just south. Most are en route to the archipelago of the paradise islands of Koh Phangan, Koh Tao or Koh Samui. But travel just 35 km south of Donsak and...
  • Tarriss Jetsetter Digital Luggage Scale

    There are plenty of things to worry about when you’re heading to the airport. But overweight luggage needn’t be one of them if you carry the Tarriss Jetsetter Digital Luggage Scale. You’ll never have to go through the nightmare of extortionate baggage fees or embarrassment of having to put on every clothing item you own in order to make the weight, because you’ll always...
  • Amir Best Smartphone Lens Sets

    Amir Smartphone Camera Lens Kit

    A lot of travelers have started ditching their bulkier digital cameras and DSLRs in favor of their smartphones as their only photo-taking device. And why not? With the impressive image quality, social media upload ease, and the fact you don’t have to lug around a second device, it really is the smartest choice for many travelers. With the introduction of products like the Amir...
  • Que Collapsible Water Bottle

    Staying hydrated is one of the most important things for good health when you’re on the road. But it’s not always easy to do. When you’re trying to keep your backpack as small as possible, a space-sucking water bottle is often one of the first things to go. That’s how the Que Collapsible Water Bottle earns its corn. From first viewing, the Que water...
  • Hawatour Best Travel Clotheslines

    Hawatour Travel Clothesline

    Everyone has been caught out by the rain at least once while traveling. Weather can change quickly, and before you know it, you have a full set of rain-soaked clothes. Left wet, these will wreak havoc on the internal odors produced in your backpack. The simple solution is to dry them, of course. But without your electric dryer back at home, that’s easier said...
  • Ultimate Ears BOOM 2 Best Wireless Bluetooth travel Speakers

    Ultimate Ears Boom 2 Bluetooth Speaker

    There are those times you travel when things just fall into place and present you with the perfect opportunity to party. Newly-made friends, perfect chill-out weather, and a pristine beachfront location can only be topped off by one thing… top level tunes. The Ultimate Ears Boom 2 Bluetooth Travel Speaker is made for these moments. Using the built-in wireless Bluetooth connectivity, you can use...
  • Bolivia Salt Flats

    Bottom-Dollar Tours in Bolivia: Exploring The Great Salt Flats And Beyond

    “Maybe find out what the tour involves first.” Propelled by our wives’ sage advice, Don and I found ourselves sitting in the cramped front office of Camel Tours in downtown Uyuni, on the Bolivian altiplano, thinking about how no camels live in Bolivia. Heavy snowfall had closed the Eduardo...
  • Hiking in Switzerland

    Hiking In Switzerland: The Land Of The Giants

    Just before you hit the major peaks of the Southern Alps, is a verdant and striking area known as the Jungfrau region. Located in the Bernese Oberland Alps, it is a veritable hiker’s paradise. One hot Saturday in July, I was lucky enough to discover for myself this renowned...
  • Patagonia - Argentina

    The Easy Freedom of Argentina As Told By An Expat

    Having left superficially modern but emotionally primitive and capricious equatorial Latin-America, I’m living in a condominium in the long-established city of Bariloche, at the foot of the snow-blanketed Andes mountains, on the edge of a vast lake in northern Patagonia, three hour’s flight from the Antarctic Ocean. And I’m...
  • Hiking in the Bernese Alps

    An Escape to the Mountains: Hiking in the Bernese Alps

    In the Shadow of the Eiger At 3967 meters the Eiger looms over the village of Grindelwald in central Switzerland like a vast slumbering giant carved from iron gray granite. As a mountain it has a fearsome reputation, its North Face is legendary and has been witness to some...
  • Kingdom of Cambodia

    Overland From Bangkok to Siem Reap: Welcome to The Kingdom Of Cambodia

    When traveling in SouthEast Asia over an extended period of time, a strange thing happens where you begin to feel comfortable in chaos. You catch yourself being “okay” with things and circumstances that, in America, would completely faze you. You find yourself unflinching at hassles, catastrophes, and less than...