This week we've scoured the amazing world wide web, gotten help from our fellow traveling friends and put out a call to other travel writers to bring you their very best things to do, see and eat in London, England.
Have you thought about taking your travel blog to the next level? Check out our tips and tricks for upping your game or teaching you how to become a better professional travel blogger.
This week we've enlisted the help of other travel writers to bring you the very best things to do, see and eat in Paris, France. We hope these tips and tricks will inspire you to visit the City of Lights.
Eight months before Charles and I first started traveling back in 2002, I was a broke university grad with a student loan and almost no savings. How did I save enough money in 8 months to travel the world for a year? By getting serious and following this tough love approach.
If anyone knows about how to get the most out of travel, it's a travel blogger. Travel bloggers spend a good chunk of their lives on the road, searching out great (and not so great) destinations, and sharing their finds with their online readers. In an earlier post, some of the world's best travel bloggers gave us the insider secrets to getting ready for a great trip. This time, we asked them to share their best tips for having a great vacation once you've left on your trip. We've been traveling regularly for over 10 years together, and some of these tips were even new to us. Check them out.
We asked some of the worlds top travel bloggers to share their travel tips for getting started on a trip. They dish their best tips on everything from planning and packing to saving money on flights.
One of the hardest things to do while on the road is to talk to friends and family back home on a regular basis. They're generally living their normal lives, going to work and so forth while you're doing your own thing on the other side of the planet. Emailing, texting and video chatting all help immensely however what happens to those friends or relatives not plugged into the internet or on the cutting edge of technology? Sure you can send them a postcard and hope they're doing well however that's a little one sided and frankly, so 1880. Let's kick it up 50 or so years and remember how it was done for almost a hundred years. Most people still have a telephone and here's a quick rundown of traditional and not so traditional ways to phone internationally.