Do you want to start traveling but don’t know how? You can live that dream! Here are 5 simple steps on how to start traveling the world!
A sak yant is a traditional tattoo done by monks and ajarns across Thailand as a magical blessing. Want to know how to get a sak yant and more? Start here.
I’ve just returned back to the USA after 2 years of travel, so I’ve compiled a supercut travel video to show you all of the incredible adventures I had.
12 Profound Life Lessons Travel Teaches YouView Post
New Zealand is a country filled with unbelievable landscapes, and I got to see a few. Here are my picks for 12 places in New Zealand you have to check out!
We do so much worrying on the daily basis that it can literally kill you. If not kill you, it can make you go made. More importantly, worrying about the future can prevent you from doing anything you truly want to do. So I’m here to tell you, from experience, stop worrying about the future and think about now.
120 Days Living in Melbourne: How is My Working Holiday in Australia Going?View Post
Bhang Lassi is a cultural drink of cannabis and yogurt and has been used for centuries in festivals like Holi. Made famous by Anthony Bourdain.
What do you truly see when you look in the mirror — the purest glimpse of your soul? Here is the beginning chapter of my memoir in progress, which traces my impending fall to rock bottom and how I clawed my way back into the light. My first trip abroad filled my life with purpose, but failure to deal with my past drove me deeper into the darkness while traveling. This will chronicle the events from childhood until now and how I found purpose in my life, allowing me to pursue my passion of travel pure and free.
Traveling from city to city in countries around the world by some sketchy mode of transport is nothing new. Driving three people on a motorbike was pretty easy. Hanging from the back of a songthaew wasn’t so bad. Hitchhiking in New Zealand? No sweat. But sometimes you take a ride in something and immediately think to yourself, “Will I survive this? Probably not…”
India is always a country I always hear described with one phrase: It’s a love and hate kind of country. And that is about as consistent as India gets. India, as I joked many times with different groups of backpackers, is consistently inconsistent. It is a paradox where the ugliness and beauty are hand in hand, where incredibly frustrating moments are followed by incredibly rewarding moments, where it is uplifting of the spirit yet depressing in the soul. Come read see the experiences I had!
It has now been a little over a month since the Rickshaw Run ended, and I am still cleaning dirt out from beneath my fingernails and trying to smell like something other than gasoline. It sticks with you, India does, and when you take a road trip, a lot more sticks with you as well. After the insanity subsided and we pulled onto that victory …
It is here. The Rickshaw Run kicks off April 6th at 11am Indian Time and our team Teen Romanchak Yaar will be sharing the crazy Rickshaw Run chaos Live. Here is how you can be involved in the 2,700km roadtrip on three wheels and how to follow along every harrowing moment.
On my recent trip to Haiti, I had the chance to explore this beautiful country for the second time, and I filmed Haiti in slow motion with my iPhone 6 to show an intimate view of the country — in Haitian time.
As we get older, imagination and fantasy seems to be left behind. But fantasy and dreams do come true, and in Haiti I fulfilled on by sleeping in a treehouse hotel.
In 21 days, I will travel to India for the first time, and to take part in the Rickshaw Run — a 2,700km race across the country. Fear and doubt have set in, am I even ready for this race?
On my recent trip to Haiti, I recorded 3 weeks of adventure from beaches to sea cliffs to waterfalls, and shared them live on Vine app. Here is Part 2 of the journey as seen through 6 second video clips in this Vine video post of Haiti.
Here is part 1 of a Vine Video Tour of Haiti from my recent trip to Haiti where I traveled the country for 3 weeks exploring, camping, hiking, swimming, and leaping from waterfalls.
On my second trip to Haiti, we travel from Port Au Prince to the south and explore waterfalls, Jacmel, beach towns, and pristine islands.
This is a travel love letter. You always remember your first love. And you always remember your first travel love, and this is my story. I’ve never written a love letter, so here goes.