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28 Common Travel Items I Don’t Travel With

This is a follow-up post to my “Long-Term Travel Packing List” post. If you compiled all of the “what to pack” lists from all of the most popular travel blogs and travel websites you’d end up with a very, very long list, and potentially 40KG of belongings. It’s important to pick and choose your belongings carefully. Ask yourself “Am I really going to use this on my travels?” If the answer is no,...

You’re Going To Miss Asia

I’m going to miss Asia and so are you – typed during the wee morning hours in the Dubai airport, jet-lagged and in a state of near-shambles. Of course, there’s much missing from this little write-up; things I skipped, things that can’t be described, and endless things I simply forgot to mention. Sorry in advance about the mess of words. I’m going to miss Asia. A lot. I better write...

Saying Goodbye And Dealing With Post-Farewell Blues

  Saying goodbye, it’s never really fun. With each new friendship comes yet one more farewell. Saying goodbye, it get’s old quickly. Does it ever get easier? No. I don’t think so. On the contrary, it sometimes becomes more difficult with each farewell – especially the goodbyes you don’t want to say. Despite knowing that goodbyes will be said and that life goes on, that I’ll be on...

14 Ways To Stay Fit And Keep Active During Long-Term Traveling

             Photo: Street set up in Phnom Pehn, Cambodia.   Don’t want to spend time in the gym during your travels? I don’t blame you. In all honesty I don’t even go to the gym back in Canada, so I’m not going to go to one while I’m traveling. However, there are lots of easy and cheap ways to keep fit and stay active on the road, so there’s no need to worry about getting...

How Much It Costs: A Day In Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Photo: Family of 5 on a motor bike in Phnom Penh. Every new day spent traveling doesn’t have to be filled with sight seeing, and it shouldn’t. If you attempt to spend every waking minute on-the-go you’ll soon wear yourself down. Every once and a while you need a break from the museums, from the greetings and the goodbyes, from the bus journeys, from the constant haggling, and from everything else...

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