We were conflicted about a popular tourist attraction in Battambang, Cambodia. What do you think about the experience?
This week I wonder about bargaining while abroad. What makes certain travelers so uncomfortable with it, while others understand it for the art form that it is?
13 September marked our 500th day on the road – it has been almost 18 months now since we started traveling and we spent the last 100 days traveling in Portugal, Canada and the U.S. Read on for a summary of our reflections and find our where we are headed next!
We are not ready to trade in this mindset-altering, life-affirming freedom that becoming nomads has given us…but we are increasingly shocked at just how forgettable this seems to have made us….
For the past few years, I’ve shared my favorite travel moments of each year. This year, I want to share a little bit more than just my travel highlights with you. Read on to find out what 2017 has been like for me, how I’ve been feeling about moving to New York ever since I won the Greencard, and what’s coming up in 2018…
I am looking back on my travels over the past four weeks, what went well and what didn’t, lessons I’ve learned this month, what’s new with Globetrottergirls and what’s next for me.
Find out where I’ve been traveling in the past four weeks, what went well and what didn’t, and what’s next for me!
5 June marked our 400th day on the road – it has been over a year now since we started traveling and while time has flown by, those first few days of nomadic freedom also seem a lifetime away from where we are now (which is Lisbon, Portugal, by the way!)
It’s official! We GlobetrotterGirls have been on the road for exactly one year today! Read on to find out how many borders we’ve crossed, buses, taxis and tuk tuks we’ve taken, our top 5 places we visited this past year, and just how much did we spend?
We just recently celebrated our 600th day on the road! There were highs and lows, as always, that we would like to share… Find out about the Tops & Flops of our last 100 days.