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The wanderers.  #1

” A journey is measured in friends rather than miles” – Tim Cahill

This is an attempt to share all the interesting stories of people I’ve come across while on the road . 189 more words

Daily Updates

Travel Tip: Talk to Strangers

Time for another travel essay. Today’s topic: on why you should talk to strangers while traveling.  871 more words


Tourist, traveller...should you care?

Who you are is how you travel, so just be YOU…

Blame it more on the selective pages I’ve ‘liked’ on my Facebook and Instagram news feed, but everyone seems to be travelling these days. 941 more words


Happy Birthday to our Little Blog!

Four years ago we decided to start a blog to help fellow travelers get the most out of their travel time and budget (and about our travel adventures, too!). 109 more words

Travel Planning

Why do YOU travel?

By: Jim Bamboulis

Recently, I’ve had a few travel conversations with people. Two stories in particular struck me, left me really bewildered.

One involved a group of people, cousins and such that came to Toronto from Italy to visit family. 643 more words

Travel Experiences

Treading Familiar Soil - Returning "Home" as a Nomad

Going home can mean a thousand things and play on just as many emotions. But travelling back to the place you were raised is especially powerful when significant time has passed (and a lot of life lived) since you were last there. 422 more words


The Cost of Karma

My boyfriend Mike is an optimist – he believes in the power of positive thinking and takes that belief a step further into action. He feels that with just your positive thoughts, you can manifest change. 1,487 more words

Travel Philosophy