If you're like most of my digital nomad and long-term traveler friends, you've considered subletting your place or putting it up on Airbnb while abroad. Fortunately, the awesome team over at EZ Living put together this handy infographic to help you get started in navigating the process! Check it out below.
This spring, our friends at Volunteer Forever asked the 55,000+ travelers subscribed to their mailing list for their stories about volunteering, teaching, interning, and studying abroad. The responses were overwhelming: people of all ages and backgrounds from all over the world wrote about their globetrotting adventures – why they traveled, how they helped communities in need, what they learned, and so much more. Here is one of the wonderful stories from this series!
This month, a new route is being launched direct from London Gatwick to the Rwandan capital of Kigali. There will be 3 flights a week, just in time for ultra luxury experts One&Only to launch two One&Only Nature resorts in Rwanda, called One&Only Nyungwe House and One&Only Gorilla’s Nest.
Ready to travel like a pro? Check out this handy infographic with tips for how to make traveling easier and worry-free!
Here's a fun infographic from our friends at Ard na Sidhe Country House in Co. Kerry, Ireland - if you're a millennial traveler (I am!), does this describe your travel style?
The Lake District is home to over 20 breweries, many with award winning drinks that can be sampled in local pubs and eateries. Check out this handy infographic for next time you're in town!
Built in 1942, Café Alaska has the distinct honor of being a Medellin, Colombia heritage site - and here's why you should stop in on your next trip!
Acclaimed landscape designer Phillip Johnson has teamed up with the creators of the 5000 Poppies Project to showcase a vast tribute of almost 300,000 handcrafted poppies at 2016 RHS Chelsea Flower Show from May 24---28, 2016. The ambitious display will honor all servicemen and women who have fought across all wars, conflicts, and peacekeeping operations over the last 100 years.
As you start building your location-independent career - one that will let you travel the world and earn money from wherever you are - one of the most important ways to make that happen is to laser focus on the work that you're going to do, and keep working at it until you fail or fly.
If you're ready to start building a small business that'll allow you to travel the world, then you might imagine that the logical first step is to write a business plan. If you’ve looked at templates already, I won’t blame you if you started panicking. Not to worry, though! If you’re bootstrapping it and pretty much know what you want to do, you don’t have to write a thesis.