“I was never going to go if I waited for someone to go with me.” I’m sure this is some internet cliche I found on Twitter back in 2010, but nevertheless, it’s been my solo-travel motto for nearly a decade now, ever since I decided that travel was an experience I could truly and thoroughly [...]
*This article was originally published on http://www.aboutdci.com, to see the original article, click here.* If you type the name of a destination into Google’s search bar, it will likely result in thousands of articles, FAQs, blogs and websites, giving you long-form editorial content and breaking news about that destination. Type the name of a destination [...]
This blog post was written for Development Counsellors International, view the original post here. With a robust social following of nearly 280,000 followers across her Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and blog, 27-year-old Stephanie Buelna has taken the world by storm by visiting more than 200 destinations for her award-winning blog, TravelBreak. As a digital nomad who is always on [...]
This article was featured on EliteDaily.com, to view the original article, click here. While in the middle of a seemingly endless, blisteringly cold winter, there is little more enticing than the idea of a cheap summer getaway. On the cusp of tourist season, it can be challenging finding vacation deals that do not either immediately [...]
*This article was originally featured on Elite Daily, view the original article here.* As travel to Cuba becomes more accessible to Americans, this Caribbean country is experiencing an influx of tourists from its neighboring country – and there’s no question why. To Americans, Cuba is a mysterious time-capsule into the art-deco scene of the ’50s, combined [...]
You CAN afford to travel – you just don’t want to – and it’s time to come face to face with the reality that the same money that is going to eating out every night, to expensive handbags, to makeup or clothes can be budgeted to an adventure that has the potential to make you a more well rounded, cultured individual.
When a woman travels, particularly alone -- she is making a statement, one that says that she refuses to be associated with the stereotype of women as fragile and insecure. She is opening herself up to new experiences and opportunities -- she doesn’t travel to escape life, she travels so life doesn’t escape her.