7 Reasons Why Frequent Travelers Are More Successful

7 reasons frequent travelers successful

7 Reasons Why Frequent Travelers Are More Successful | Today’s blog post gives you a few answers on why frequent travelers are more successful than couch potatoes. Frequent Travelers accept other cultures (1) Frequent travelers – especially when visiting developing countries – are always meeting new interesting people. They become good at learning about different cultures.

Travel the World with $100 per Day

travel world 100 dollars per day

Travel the world with $100 per day | You already made up your mind. You have an rough idea where to go and what to do. Now it is time to think about your travel budget. The internet gives you an astonishing variety of examples. Nathan and Danica Reid did live from $1 per day in

The Downside of Traveling alone when you are young

Downside Traveling alone young

The Downside of Traveling alone when you are young | This post is about the realities of travel no-one wants to talk about. Those of you traveling young and alone with the experience of waiting in an hour-long queue at the Louvre in Paris or at Universal Studios in Singapore, know better. You end up on

Why do we travel

why do we travel

Why do we travel? | Sure, tourism helps economies. Several countries benefit in large parts from tourism in an economic context. But that’s not the reason for you to pack your bag and ride into the unknown. There have been 999 million international tourist arrivals counted last year. We didn’t ask all of those tourists

Weird Places: Japan

weird places japan

Weird Places Japan | Our weird-places episode no. 4 is about the entire country of Japan. For the western mindset Japan can be quite weird. Japanese people eat raw fish in the morning. They celebrate the phallus. They nap on cockroach cushions. They pretend to sleep at work and they buy snake wine or shrimp

Weird Places: Lake Natron, Tanzania

Weird Places Lake Natron Tanzania

Weird Places Lake Natron Tanzania | Weird Places, episode 3: Lake Natron in the Arusha region of Tanzania, close to Kenya. That’s actually not too far away from Mt. Kilimanjaro. Lake Natron is a truly strange place because of high levels of natron and trona in the water. As we all know, water should better