Travel is my passion . Of that I have no doubt. It has enlightened me, educated me, challenged me and rewarded me. But most of all it has changed me. I have embraced that change over the past 6 years and have become a better person because of it. So why was I nervous about traveling again? It was six months… Read More
Find your travel inspiration from these inspiring stories from travelers around the world plus read all of our ups and downs in life.
I always hear those stories “how I quit my job to travel” or, “I graduated school, didn’t know what I wanted to do, so I decided to travel”. Well, perhaps my story is not much different, but maybe it is. I graduated my postgraduate program knowing what I wanted, or so I thought. I wanted to be in a field… Read More
Life isn’t always about planning something, finding something, being something. Sometimes we just drift along and see where it takes us. And so it was with my 23-year-old self, working in a cushy cubicle-bound corporate job in Singapore that indulged me but didn’t necessarily fulfill me. Normal to Nomadic: How One Girl Built a Life of Travel In my restless… Read More
Before we started our travel blog, we were broke and living in my parents’ trailer. We had returned from cycling the continent of Africa. A year earlier we made the decision to become an adventure couple for “everyman/woman” and knew that we needed to make a splash on the world stage. So we signed up for the world’s longest cycling… Read More
Recently we received an email from one of our readers looking for a pep talk. He had just finished his Masters and started a new job 6 months ago. Take Risks, It Really Does Lead to Great Things In his mid thirties he’s worried about pursuing his dream of travel. He’s feeling discouraged because everyone around him thinks he’s crazy for… Read More
Dear Travel Family, I am writing you this letter because I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart. In the past 3 1/2 weeks I think I have had tears in my eyes more than any other time in my life. It has not been from the pain (although at times unbearable) but from the outpouring of… Read More