Too many excuses prevent people from traveling. Not enough money, no time, jobs, fear… If your passion is travel, and you long to explore the world and experience unbelievable adventures you could never imagine having… then just go! When you look at traveling the world like this, it’s rather simple!
Archives for March 2013
Fitness From the Road: Travel Workout Plans
If you’ve followed this blog for awhile, you know I’m a personal trainer in addition to being a certified health coach, but you also know that I don’t discuss fitness and travel nearly enough. This is my first fitness post of the month, and if you like it – let me know and I will […]
Travel Guide: 72 Hours in Easter Island
Why We Love Easter Island It is the most remote and untouched island we have ever visited. The moai scattered across the island have a mysterious history that you can’t help but be curious about. You can only live in one town, Hanga Roa, while the rest of the island is mostly unpopulated. How to Get Around? […]
22 Instagram Accounts That Will Rock Your Travel World
Are you an Instagrammer? Do you document every moment, every delicious meal, every beautiful sunset with a quick photo on your phone? These 20 people do, and they make it look awesome! Get ready to rock your travel world and ignite your wanderlust with these 20 Instagrammers we follow and love! Hecktic Travels yTravel Blog […]
Foto Friday: A Sloth In the Peruvian Amazon
Today’s foto friday was taken with my zoom lens from our boat as we floated by. I am still in disbelief that our guide with Amazonia Expeditions could spot this sloth hiding in the tree so far up there.
RTW Budget: Trail Wallet for iOS Review
Budgeting is a key skill for any long-term traveler. Keeping track of my budget on a daily basis has been critical to staying on track with my spending. There are many ways to track your budget: Carrying around a small pocket notebook Using a note on your phone Using a dedicated budget tracking app I […]
The One Time I Slept in A Men’s Hostel Dorm Room
I slept in a men’s dorm on the first floor of a Hostel in Rio, while Josh slept upstairs in a room full of “Jersey Shore” guys and Brazilian women. The story begins in Madrid. We boarded a flight to Sao Paolo which included a stop in Barcelona and arrived in Sao Paulo at 3 […]
How To Work, Travel and Not Go Insane
Josh and I have been nomadic for over 13 months now. We travel from place to place with the goal of a location independent lifestyle and supporting ourselves financially on the road. One of the main questions we get is what are you guys always “working on” when you travel. In our defense, we do […]
Foto Friday: Sea Lion in the Galapagos Islands
The best part of visiting the Galapagos Islands are the sea lions that swarm the beaches. Our favorite memories from the Galapagos was snorkeling with these playful animals in the water. They are incredible and worth the trip out there to experience for yourself!
A Traveler’s Guide to Peanut Butter on The Road
Peanut Butter, a sugary, high protein, processed treat…yet a highly useful food for any traveler. The Basic Spoonful – Low on sugar? Dig in! It’s quick, it’s easy and depending on what country you are traveling through its usually relatively cheap. A spoonful of peanut butter is one of the easiest quick fixes to hunger when […]