Compared to our last two campsites, this one is a dream. So far we’ve stayed in a brewery parking lot, a giant field, and another giant field with a few more trees than the previous giant field.
Continue reading ➞ Canada: Lakeside Camping and Hiking in Pukaskwa
Our trailer is “self-contained” which just means we have a bathroom on board. That’s nice and all, but I had it in my head that we could get away with never needing it. Well… we haven’t even left the province yet, it’s only been a few days, but with COVID keeping most campground bathroom facilities closed… we’ve had no choice.
Continue reading ➞ Canada: The Not-So-Glamorous Side of Living in a Trailer
Even though our first night out was spent in a parking lot, it feels just like we’re in a secluded forest. We wake to the sound of a squirrel trying to run across our roof, lose its footing, and scamper down the side. It sounds like someone is trying to get into the trailer which makes me jolt awake, but no. Just a silly rodent.
Continue reading ➞ Canada: Reversing a Trailer and Brisket Stew
So here I am, pulling a trailer up the driveway of my parent’s house. Starting a cross-country adventure amidst the chaos of COVID-19. I usually wouldn’t condone unnecessary travel during a pandemic (for fucks sake please wear your masks), but I have recently become an essential worker.
Continue reading ➞ Canada: RV Life Starts Now
You’ve heard of the private islands and entire castles up for rent on Airbnb, but they’re probably a little out of your price range (same). However, there are some hidden gems that are just as cool and can be rented for less than $100 per night!
Continue reading ➞ 20+ Beautiful and Unique Airbnbs Under $100 per Night
My personal and humble opinion is that you should stay somewhere local – not a resort. Sure, resorts employ a lot of people, but the bulk of the money you spend is going straight back to the United States, UK, or whatever rich country owns that monstrosity of a property. Villas are just as luxurious, but the money stays in the community.
Continue reading ➞ Jamaica: Where to Find the Best Accommodation
It was easy enough to figure out most things once I arrived, but these tips will save you a bit of a headache… and some money!
Continue reading ➞ Jamaica: What to Know Before You Go
Vanuatu has to be one of the coolest places I’ve ever been. I only went for 10 days, and try to go somewhere new whenever I can get away, but I will definitely be back. Here’s 10 reasons I think you should go too!
Continue reading ➞ 10 Reasons to Visit Vanuatu
The airport can be an exciting and yet painfully boring place. You’re excited to get on that plane, but first you have to arrive 3 hours early and sit in a plastic seat at your gate. Maybe you booked the flights with a 14 hour overnight layover to save a few bucks… and are regretting it as you complete your 10th sudoku, check your watch, and still have 12 hours to go.
We’ve all been there. That’s why I’ve created this Boredom Busting Bingo to keep your brain from melting.
Continue reading ➞ Boredom Busting Bingo – Airport Edition
Buenos Aires isn’t the cheapest place to travel, but you can certainly find some affordable gems. There’s always a lot of great stuff going on, but more importantly, tons of free things to do! See the map below for where to find them.
Continue reading ➞ Argentina: Free Things To Do in Buenos Aires