I always though that as a kid with a severe case of insatiable wanderlust I was immune to homesickness. But then it caught me out of nowhere. And I’m glad and thankful that it did. Because feeling homesick showed me that no matter how long and how far I travel, I still have a place that I can call home.
Traveling on your own is great and from time to time it is necessary. I have made some great experiences when I was traveling alone. But it is even better to have a travel partner. We should stop to think of travel as a solitary business. We should start traveling with people we care about.
North Korea is the last white spot on earth. It lures travelers and explorers with the promise of adventure. The Pyongyang government actively promotes tourism to one of the most secretive and isolated countries of the world. But is it okay to travel anywhere – regardlessly?
The South Pacific – a dreamlike conception, a feverish hallucination of deserted islands, crystal clear waters and palm trees. A place where shipwrecked strand. Is this the real South Pacific? Is there a real South Pacific?
I could have known better. But I did not. And so, 18 hours after my arrival in the city of horror, I would be sitting in a taxi to get out of Pattaya as fast as possible.
Just a moment ago it was so hot and muggy I thought I could not breathe anymore. Now, only some minutes after my first contact with the hot wet climate of Sri Lanka, the air condition ensures the tiny hairs on my arms to stand… Read more
There is a reason that the Lonely Planet USA cover is a photograph of a car on an empty road. Road trips are a modern version of the American Dream.