4 Great American Cross Country Trips

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The USA is a massive country with incredibly diverse terrain, and traveling by car, bus or train is a great way to see it all. After graduating college, I had the opportunity to travel around the country for a few months and experience the best of my own backyard. From the iconic rock formations of Moab to the famous Highway One in …

4 Awesome Holiday Spots in Indonesia (that aren’t Bali)

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Bali is known the world over as one of the best holiday locations for budget backpackers and youthful yogis alike – It’s cheap, safe and incredibly picturesque. But where do you go when you want to break away from the Aussies, Brits and Americans and experience a different side of this beautiful country? The next time you want a Holiday …

Florida Road Trip Vacation Stops on a Budget

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If there was ever a country made to be explored by road tripping, it’s the USA. The land of the free and the home of the brave might be too big to soak up in one trip, but you can pick a large state and get under the surface; really get to know the people and culture and traditions. Florida …

My Travel Gear

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From new camera equipment to underwear I swear by, here’s an outline of everything I travel with. Some of the gear was specifically used for the Everest Base Camp trek, but the majority of items are the same for each new T2T Adventure. Let me know if you have any travel gear questions or recommendations as I continuously try to perfect the packing process! …

4 Tips for Turning Up Your Tailgate

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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Andre Champagne for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine. I am a life-long Buffalo fan, and this past Sunday, I ventured over to the Stadium to watch my new-look team take on their arch-rival. Despite the final score favoring the boys from Bean Town, we dominated the tailgate. Sure, we haven’t …