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Which Countries Reopen Borders When: A COVID-19 Travel Guide

Travel safety in this crazy coronavirus world

So you want to travel but you don’t know which countries reopen borders to tourists? Here is a comprehensive list of who can visit where, when, and what entry requirements / restrictions foreign travelers should expect. All dates and details are pulled from local governments / reputable news sources. This COVID-19 travel guide will be … Read More

Unique Meteorological Phenomenon Worth Traveling To See

Unique meteorological phenomena like a purple lightning storm

We all know Mother Nature can be unpredictable, however sometimes she can also be strangely predictable. Or just plain strange. Or remain unexplained despite the best efforts of modern technology. Whichever it may be, the following unique meteorological phenomenon are all worth traveling for. Some of these events occur daily, like the massive thunderstorm over … Read More

Traditional Alcoholic Beverages To Try While Traveling

Sake in Tokyo, Japan

Do you love an ice cold bottle of beer or a glass of wine? No, I’m not going to tell you to stop! In fact I’m most likely the one urging you to have another glass. Just don’t drink the same thing on vacation that you would be at home — try something new! Like … Read More

Best Destinations for Solo Female Travelers

Solo Travel

Traveling alone can always be a challenge and a daunting experience — especially for solo female travelers. The sense of nervousness can be heightened when you are a female wandering around solo. While the world is a beautiful place, it can also be scary and you shouldn’t take security lightly as a female traveler. Nonetheless, … Read More

Whoa @Finnair Didn’t Rob My Luggage — They Repacked It!

Delsey suitcase in Bangkok

I have been crisscrossing the globe from 39,000 feet up in the air for nearly a decade across with countless different airlines and this might just be the greatest airline story ever. It all started yesterday when I flew from Helsinki to Bangkok via Finnair. I had to pause my winter fun to come to … Read More

What Every Digital Nomad Needs + 2 Holiday Travel Giveaways

The view from an airplane window is quite nice. Nothing beats air travel.

It’s that time of the year again. Whether you are buying presents for friends/family or upgrading your own gear, it’s shopping season. As someone who has spent the last seven years living the nomadic life, I can firmly say that having the right gear makes all the difference in the world. Whether you’re a digital … Read More

Nomad No More: After 2,700 Days Of Wandering I Have A Home

White sand at Hat Mae Rumpheng in Rayong, Thailand

Every professional nomad eventually gets burnt out. Long-term travel, while being undeniably rewarding, is also extremely tedious. Country-hopping like “normal” people change TV channels takes a surprising toll on a person. And unfortunately every nomad eventually hits that point where they are tired of being a nomad. Especially digital nomads because we are essentially mixing … Read More

16 Must See Places Before You Die

Breathtaking view of Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Everyone has a bucket list of things to accomplish in our lifetime, including exotic destinations to travel and see must places before you die. Those things that you’ve always wanted to do. What some people call dreams, you prefer to call goals. Why wait for tomorrow to fulfill those wishes? There is a universe full … Read More

How Long-Term Travel Ruins Your Life

The view from an airplane window is quite nice. Nothing beats air travel.

Pssst! Hey! Yes, you. Come closer. I have a secret to share with you. Something that everyone should be aware of. TRAVEL RUINS YOUR LIFE. It’s more addictive than heroin and there is no rehabilitation, no cure. Much like herpes, you are stuck with it for life. The best prescription you can hope for is … Read More