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How to Stay Positive at the End of a Trip
Mexico, Travel Tips

How to Stay Positive at the End of a Trip

This trip to Mexico has changed our lives. We’ve discovered a few important facts during our month in paradise: We don’t need much to be happy. Anyone can travel. There’s more to life than accumulating “things.” Every day isn’t going to be perfect. The only constant is change. Something strange happens […]

Tulum’s Temple of the Wind
Mexico, Photo Highlight

Tulum’s Temple of the Wind

1200 AD, the Crusades are just getting started in Europe. Death and destruction is everywhere, and the plague is a few centuries into the future. What’s happening in Mexico during this time? Oh not much, just the end of the classical period in Mayan history. The Mayans are building the […]

How To Travel Better (and Longer) on a Budget
Travel Tips

How To Travel Better (and Longer) on a Budget

Let’s be honest here, who doesn’t want to travel more? I know I do. Always have, always will. Ever since my first trip to Jordan 16 years ago, I’ve known that I want travel to be a constant part of my life. There’s just one problem, I’m not rich. How […]

How Sports and Food Contributes to Germany’s Tourism Industry
Germany

How Sports and Food Contributes to Germany’s Tourism Industry

The following is a guest-post from Samantha Evans discussing how sports and food are critical to Germany’s tourism industry. Germany is known for it’s beautiful parks, natural biosphere reserves, and mouth-watering gastronomic adventures. Germany is enjoying a sustainable tourism industry because of its sporting landscape. A look at Germany’s national football […]

Tulum Ruins: How to Have an Awesome Visit
Mexico

Tulum Ruins: How to Have an Awesome Visit

  The Tulum Ruins They’re amazing, and definitely worth the visit. The Tulum ruins are second in number of visits only to the ruins outside of Teotihuacan, Mexico. Hoards of tourists from Cancun and Playa del Carmen descend on the archaeological ruins in Tulum every day. By noon the site […]

How to Pack Like an Expert for Long-Term Travel
Travel Tips

How to Pack Like an Expert for Long-Term Travel

We’re off! Six weeks in Mexico, maybe more. It’s agonizing trying to decide what to take, but I finally packed everything in my Osprey Porter 46 and a small tote bag. Joe managed to get six weeks of gear into a Jansport school backpack (I’m jealous!) He’s never been on […]