Taking an overnight bus while traveling is often a great option. Not only can you cover a lot of ground without losing time, but you can also save money on … Continue Reading
Last month I celebrated the anniversary of an event that made a significant impact on my life and molded me into a more savvy, independent and conscientious traveler. I was … Continue Reading
The other day we met a guy at an event who actually had the nerve to say, “Ask me how many countries I’ve been to, because I guarantee it’s more … Continue Reading
Yesterday we told you about how we are living our lives lately in perpetual jet lag. We’re tired – a lot. But things could be worse. We do take steps … Continue Reading
We see them wherever we go. We can be in the Middle of the Sudan or on a sidewalk café in France. Half way up to Mount Everest or on a dive boat in the Caribbean. It always amazes us that these 5 products rule the world. When we come home to Canada they are sold in our liquor stores, our supermarkets and even on the shelves our mom and pop corner stores.Who owns these companies? Who runs these companies? And how do they get their products to the middle of a barren desert, an untamed jungle, to the middle of an Indian bazaar or up a rugged mountain?
Long term travel can be tough. After a couple of months on the road, it becomes work. You are no longer in that honeymoon phase of excitement. Every day has been one site, temple, trek or museum after another. Sometimes, after you have been busy being a tourist for weeks on end, all you want to do is nothing. Here are some signs that told Dave and I that we just may have a little bit of travelers Fatigue.