5 Crucial Tips for Traveling With Your Dog from Someone Who’s Dog Goes Almost Everywhere

Travel with your dog - Lucy - Hotel

Whenever I have the chance, we let Lucy, my thirteen-year-old Shih Tzu, tag along on my travels. Or better put, I can’t live without her, even on the road. Whenever I  am unable to taker her somewhere with me on a trip, I can’t stop constantly worrying about her health and well-being while I am … Read more

A Guide to Travelling Alone For the First Time: Inspiration & Advice for First Time Solo Travel

United States - New York - New York City - Times Square

This is a guest post from Danny Newman from What’s Danny Doing about first time solo travel and tips for travelling alone for the first time. See below the post for my own travel tips and resources!   Can’t read now? Pin for later!       Tips for First Time Solo Travel Traveling alone for … Read more

Red Tourism: the Ethics and Etiquette of Visiting Communist Sites

RED TOURISM: THE ETHICS AND ETIQUETTE OF VISITING COMMUNIST SITES

Introduction Since deciding to move to Bulgaria, I’ve spent a lot of time traveling to former communist sites and monuments, a form of travel referred to as “Red Tourism.” This year alone, I’ve spent time in Bulgaria, Hungary, Romania, Moldova, Transnistria, Ukraine, and Macedonia, with plans to visit most of the countries from the former … Read more

Death Awareness and Travel: an Interview with Dr. Lindsey Harvell-Bowman

Death Awareness and Travel: an Interview with Dr. Lindsey Harvell-Bowman

Introduction Catastrophic events happen around the world nearly every day. On the news we hear about terrorism, plane crashes, and freak accidents. For some, a terrorist incident makes it impossible for them to want to travel to that location in the future. For others, they put the incident in a box and are able to … Read more