New York is probably the most visited city in the United States. Famous for fashion, nightlife, art, food, and theater, New York is the heart of the world. Every culture is represented here, and there’s always something to do. You can spend a lifetime exploring and never really see it all. NYC is one of the most amazing places in the world (it’s why I call it home), but as a backpacker it can take a big bite out of your budget.
Paris is one of my favourite European cities – I usually try and spend a few days out there most years, and was lucky enough to spend an autumn house-sitting there. But even though I had somewhere to stay, Paris is an easy place to spend money – with fantastic restaurants, shops and wine bars on every corner, and the entrance fees to all those world-class museums and attractions which soon start to add up.
Travel blogging is a crowded field — and it gets more crowded by the day. And a lot of the advice that people give are actually counterintuitive to your success. It takes a lot of hard work to be successful in this industry. After years of doing this, here are my 9 tips for running a blog that’s successful.
Last year, I announced a case study program, in which I would work with a cross-section of readers and help them plan and execute their trips. Step-by-step, I walked them through all the stages of travel planning and helped them to create a roadmap toward their dream. Nearly a year later, here are their results.
Introducing our new Travel Video Course, taught by experts Sharon Carpenter and Beverly Bennett! They have over 31,000,000 YouTube views, have worked with big brands, tourism boards, and production companies. In this course, you’ll learn how to make amazing travel videos and earn money from them!
It can be daunting trying to figure out what to pack for a week, a month, or a year abroad without much — or any — prior experience in the place you want to visit. But fret not: in this post, Kristin Addis shares her packing insights so that you can travel just about anywhere without spending a fortune on gear.