Make travel your main hustle. Drain your spirit — not your wallet. It’s never been easier to travel like a peasant. Continue reading How to See Half of the World on Less than $2,000
Let’s destroy travel together. Continue reading The Travel Hierarchy: A Tool for Destroying Travel
Whether you’re a guy or a girl or neither, you may realize that your gracious host is actually a desperate horndog fishing for more than a wholesome cross-cultural friendship. Continue reading How to Avoid Couchsurfing with Creepers
Pristine and otherworldly, the Galapagos Islands, like most remote destinations, is no budget backpacker destination. Well-heeled tourists will easily sink a couple grand on the islands between flights, hotels, tours, and cruises (not to mention the exorbitantly overpriced food). I … Continue reading Galapagos Islands on the Cheap (Yes, it’s possible)
With its chronic drug wars simmering down and the FARC insurgency disbanded, Colombia’s dark days of endemic violence are finally over. Does that mean Colombia is safe to visit now? Judging purely by the statistics, Colombia is still one of … Continue reading Is Colombia safe to visit?
International travel is much more affordable than you think. If you are like most Americans, you overestimate the cost of international airfare because you assume it must be more expensive than domestic flights. As counterintuitive as it may sound, however, the recent … Continue reading The Geography of Cheap Airfare
In Bali, police play the part of conmen and thieves, but you can outsmart them if you play your cards right. Continue reading Bali’s Rogue Police Mafia & How to Defeat It
A Portrait of Life in my Mother’s Personal Seven-Acre Animal Fiefdom and My Journey Towards Accepting It in All its Chaos and Absurdity Continue reading My Mom Became a Hermit Animal-Hoarder and It’s Whatever