From the beginning of my blogging career, 3.5 years ago, I taught myself everything online. It meant watching hundreds of YouTube videos and reading correlating blog posts and it was truly a lot of work. I still do this, but as my blog grew I started to outsource things I couldn't figure out (and didn't have
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If there's one thing I hate, it's not having enough time in a city. But, I know often, people come to a country and want to bounce around, so 3 days in Ljubljana seems like a good starting point, especially because you have a lot more to see in Slovenia! I'm going to share the
So you’re in the midst of planning your first trip to South East Asia? You’re going to have a blast trying out the street food, riding scooters past lush green rice fields, exploring intricate temples, and coming face to face with the local wildlife. To help prepare you for your journey across South East Asia,
It’s hard to imagine a better place for a romantic getaway in the USA than Savannah: the city is beautiful, the food delicious and the attractions unforgettable. Savannah brims with romantic ambiance, from the dripping Spanish moss to the dozens of choices for a place to take a quiet walk with your love. Considering escaping
The following is a guest post from another travel blogger who found a secret way to travel the next year essentially for free. If you’re like me, you frequently find yourself reading Rachel’s posts and longing to live a life of travel. I’ve always had a desire to see the world, and I travel quite
Welcome back to This is India! I always have funny/weird stories about India to share with friends or family when I talk to them. This is just meant to be an honest portrayal about my life in India through short anecdotes. I also share here what I’ve been up to online outside Werkenntwen.
Two fellow travel bloggers were recently backpacking in India for five weeks and I met up with them in Goa to hear their stories. I love hearing other people's experiences in India and the routes and transportation options they choose to take. I ask them to share that experience here. I'm breaking down Tempesst and
Why do I always book flights with Kiwi.com? Because they are cheaper. Hands down, in all my years of travel I have never found such good deals as I do with Kiwi. This isn't a sponsored post from them - it's just that I am really like them and want to pass these tips along