Synchronized as they are, traveling and storytelling becomes an inspiration-injected anecdote that extensively magnifies our idea of a place. The way they are portrayed, stories have the power to drown us in the narration, which is precisely a borrowed vision of ecstasy. Continue reading
Isn’t it amazing to have discovered a place that stays like a beauty spot in your life and generates a sense of personal belonging. Traveling demonstrates the beautiful paradox of stillness and motion where one is believed to get lost, following a story that is written to be read and inspire others.
In the midst of the crowd as you take a touristy walk around the city, you may notice someone with a heavy rucksack, curiously gazing eyes and a thirst to explore something new, a place or an idea that may not even be located on the map. A strange land triggers anxiety, which demands to be conquered and consequently procreates an amazing transition from moving around to be able to take root in a new place with like-minded people. Continue reading
Rappelling to the depths of a cavern in Costa Rica, feeding stingrays in Caribbean, getting her hair pulled by monkeys in Honduras and swimming with whale sharks in Mexico, travel blogger, Annette, has undertaken some spine chilling adventure activities, and returned with a smile and plentiful stories. Her blog, Bucket List Journey, has won numerous awards including the Independent Travel Blog Gold Medal Award by the North American Travel Journalists Association. It is Annette’s fearlessness that makes her blog a must read for any travel enthusiast. Continue reading
‘’I think of travel like being a kid again.’’ Dustin Main’s skinny escape started as a young child, ricocheting from one insane adventure to another. Never realizing that soon the world he had definitely hoped to gollop will become a subset of his larger than life travel plans. As a serial entrepreneur and an extreme hiker, his love for high altitude is just as feisty and unique. Continue reading
In a world laced with vagabonds-on-steroids and a bunch of country-counting, miles-flaunting, hasty travelers, Francis Tapon stands out as a much-needed detox. Continue reading
Close your eyes. Yes. Now imagine a long term traveler. Yes. The kind that believes in spending years on the road. The kind with no plans of settling down. A nomad. A vagabond. What do you see? A twenty-something in excessively baggy, worn-out shorts and facial hair that would give our beloved Hagrid a run for his money. Well, that’s what most of us will see. The stereotypical, unkempt, lost soul. Continue reading