In this article, we’ll look at Anthony Bourdain’s 10 best episodes of Parts Unknown. Take time to watch them, and you’ll be hungry for more than just food.
Dark tourism often is associated unfairly with other types of travel that can be dangerous or even unethical—let’s take a look at what dark tourism is, and what it isn’t.
If you can swim—ok, if you can float—then you can snorkel! And the best snorkeling in North America is at Dry Tortugas National Park right near Key West.
How many of America's beautiful National Parks have you had the chance to visit? Here are just a few ideas for your next adventure!
All over the world, you'll find comfort foods. They're diverse and delicious, and filled with love. Let's have a look at a few you can try on your travels!
It’s no secret that we live on $30,000 per year, and in our 31st year of financial independence we see no need to lower our spending. Here's how we do it, and how you can too.
This is the second in a series of articles on my semi-retired travels with my wife, Robin, who is not retired, but works remotely. Read about our visit to the new St. Pete pier, the Salvador Dalí Museum, a Rays game at Tropicana Field, and more.
The Ultimate Guide to Geoarbitrage: Work Where You Want, Save More Money, Semi-Retire & Travel the World
Geoarbitrage is moving to a place with a low cost of living while maintaining or increasing your current income. Learn more in this comprehensive guide.
What's it like to travel on the Amtrak Auto Train? Read this story from a semi-retiree and frequent traveler who knows all about it!
While the high cost of travel may have you feeling down, don’t frown. We’ve put together this handy guide to travel price inflation.