Want to experience the vibrant culture of Peru and the unforgettable beauty of the Galapagos? Ever dreamed of swimming in pristine blue waters amongst 2500 unique marine species or hiking cliff side stairways up the century old Inca…
September is the month of giveaways! Not only do we want you to travel and have a great time while doing so, we want you to share your travels with us. Very soon, sharing travel with friends will become a totally different experience, for the better! We’re here to help you get out of dodge and explore the world! Share your trips with us and “Like” us on…
I read an interesting post on the subject posted on the Matador site. It
sparked some serious debate amongst others who also read the article. Some were inspired whilst others thought the whole notion totally implausible or impossible. Some traveled the world using the Couch Surfing network. Whilst helping to keep down one element of travel, it is not entirely free travel. Others bunkered down in caves in Mexico and fished for their… Continue
Let me introduce myself and my blog, otherguysdime.wordpress.com. My wife and I have lived and worked overseas fifteen times–Australia to Zimbabwe, Mauritius to Mongolia, Turkey to Tibet–without ever once reaching into my wallet and without ever giving up my day job. There are a lot of people who quit work, sell the house, kiss friends and family good-bye and head out to see the world for years at a time. While loads of fun and a great adventure, this is an… Continue
I invite all travel blog exchange members to use the free code from my online stock archives for a very cool slide show of amazing new travel images for your blog or website. Just grab and copy this code by clicking on the up arrow at the bottom right of this object:
Note to TBEX members: Please feel free to grab the eBook and include it on your blog for a fast and easy post. A link would be appreciated.
A few weeks ago I wrote a post about unusual Google search terms. It was fun – light-hearted. But there was one search that stuck in my head. Basically it was a question: is it weird to travel solo? This deserved more than just a mention in a blog post. It needed a real reply. So I wrote one.
GLAD YOU’RE NOT HERE: a solo…Continue
Added by Janice on August 24, 2009 at 3:44pm —
What do grunge music, Turkish delights, tattoos and live birds all have in common? They can be found at outdoor markets! We scoured the globe for the most interesting outdoor markets, from Mexican grunge markets to typical French herb scented stalls, to aggressive clothing vendors Hong Kong-- markets are a fun & FREE way to explore a new city and maybe pick up some local crafts or specialties on the way.
In September, 2008 Barry Gitarts was sentenced to 18 months in federal prison on charges of criminal intellectual property piracy, the first criminal conviction of it's kind. Seriously? The federal government struck out on nabbing Osama bin Laden, but they managed to take down the dude responsible for a few thousand people scoring free Nickelback albums? If the government doesn't want people to freely download music then why call it 'piracy'? That only makes it sound cooler, like you're a… Continue
Added by Tripfilms on April 3, 2009 at 12:40pm —
Viva Las Vegas! With its flashy casinos, palatial hotels, shotgun weddings and all-you-can-eat buffets, Vegas is the real 'Sin City' - even the city's tourist board proudly gives you a get-out clause... 'What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas'!…