In honor of six years of travel, here are six quotes which explain in detail how to travel the world as long and as far as you desire.
Six years of travel. These years have been glorious, horrible, transformative and borderline unbelievable. Let me tell you the tale … no, there is too much … let me sum up!
Every country has something it is known for, something famous around the
world. Something that makes it worthy of being a country. But every
country also has something small that is memorable to me. Each country has
its little bit of inglorious fame.
Travel isn’t always pretty and comfortable. Some days it hurts. Some days it pushes you far beyond your limits. Some days it leaves you shattered and broken.
Thailand is possibly the most talked about country in the world among travelers. As I tend to walk the road less traveled I found it difficult to muster enthusiasm for such a destination yet I was determined to set aside my expectations when I arrived. Here are a few of my impressions….
I love wandering around food markets in developing countries because of the flagrant disregard for what I once would have considered vital practices for handling food safely. It makes me wonder how much of western world safe food handling practices are actually necessary….
No matter how a person travels there is always one important question which comes to mind: How do I make the most of the money I have available? I have solved this dilemma with three simple questions.
In Kuala Lumpur I met Kathy and Lexis of “On The Prowl”. These girls are some of the most inspiring and heart warming travelers I have met. When they asked me to write a guest post I was happy to talk about my travels.
The Phoenix, my KLR650 motorcycle. A tale in pictures of 2.5 years of overland travel covering 100,000 km on 3 continents!