Month: April 2018

Visiting the End of the World: 5 Things to Do in Ushuaia

A Land of Fire and Ice – 5 Things to Do in Ushuaia The city of Ushuaia lies at the southernmost tip of Argentina – the part that looks almost like a tongue that’s trying […]

5 Ways to Fund Your Adult Gap Year Travel

5 Simple Ways to Fund Your Adult Gap Year Save save save! Sublet your residence while you are gone Find a friend or friends to travel with during various points of your itinerary Expand your […]

Declaration: Digital Nomad Life

So this has been brewing for quite a while now, but I feel like it’s finally time to make a confession: I don’t want to stop travelling!!  To spend the year getting to do things […]

Guide to Easter Island: Remote Isle of Mystery

I’ll be honest – I’d wanted to go to Easter Island ever since I read Jared Diamond’s book Collapse about how the Easter Islanders went from being a complex civilization of thousands of individuals who produced those amazing iconic statues, the moai, to a dwindling group of stragglers by the time the first Westerner, Dutchman Jacob Roggeveen, first stumbled upon the island in 1722.

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