Category: Journey

  • The 19 most important tips for backpacking Cuba(1)

    A country of contrasts. Cuba is a country that reminds me of contrasts constantly. This may sound like a travel writing cliché, but I cannot avoid using it. Cuba is a country with beautiful beaches with white sand, colonial cities, verandas with columns, tobacco fields with knobbly mountains, as well as a friendly population. Cuba, […]
  • How to Decorate Your RV or Tiny Space For the Holidays.

    No matter if you live in an RV or tiny house, there is always space to decorate for the holiday season. Even the smallest spaces can be made festive for the holiday season with cozy blankets, decorative pillows, twinkling light and a Christmas Tree (or any other main symbol of your religion). The problem with […]
  • How to Save on Last-minute Summer Travel

    It’s that time of year again – summer vacation season! As tempting as it is to put off planning that dream tropical getaway or making reservations for your family road trip until the last minute, costs can quickly spiral out of control if you wait too long. Don’t let the crunch of finding time for […]
  • The 8 Best Beaches in Florida Panhandle

    The Panhandle is home to some of Florida’s best beaches with the most crystal-clear water and the whitest sand. This makes it a favorite destination for families and tourists. This southern part of Florida’s Panhandle, which is located along the Gulf of Mexico and has a Southern-style culture ranging from accents to food, is known […]
  • Discovering Western Europe: What Does the Journey Cost?

    Europe Prices can vary widely depending on where you are in the world. Europe has multiple visa zones, and many different currencies. You can book a room for 45 EUR in some parts of Greece The same price can be obtained in Paris for a dorm of 16 people. Berlin offers cheap and delicious street […]