Save money on accommodation with these tips for how to house sit around the world, written by Charli Moore who has completed 14 house sits in the past 3 years.
From wearing coats in summer to always remembering to make a stop in a restroom when one is nearby, Kendra gives us some of her best tips for making Paris a more enjoyable travel experience.
If your friends are willing to travel with you, there are a few things you should know before purchasing tickets and setting off on your great adventure to keep everything running smoothly… and to remain friends.
Should solo females couchsurf? Couchsurfing is a way to grab a free place to stay around the world, but should females be concerned if going alone? Caroline investigates.
What about school, your job, your family or your safety?! Telling your family you want to travel can be tough, but Caroline gives us tips for responding in this helpful post.
Many people have misconceptions about long term travel, and when it becomes a reality, they realize it’s not for them. Are you cut out for long term travel?
The funny review of a stay with AirBnb by the October featured guest blogger, Rebekah Zabarsky. Lost cat and wine drinking on the roof are both included.
The mystery, unadulterated landscapes, and vibrant cultures that await you are worth the trip. With a little preparation, common sense, patience, and a sense of humor, Southern African travel can be a piece of cake!
It’s good guest etiquette to bring a gift to thank your host. Heather likes to do this when she stays with a host abroad, and she gives some great ideas of things to pack for the occasion.