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Do You Need To Speak Spanish to Travel South America?

If you are planning on backpacking South America, you might be wondering – “Do I need to speak Spanish?” Lee and I have been in South America for the last three months and in this post, we will share our first hand experiences with you regarding speaking the language. Unlike many other destinations in the world where my answer would …

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5 Years of Travel in 100 Photos

Lee and I have spent most of our time travelling and working abroad since we met in New Zealand in 2009. When we met, we were backpackers with Working Holiday Visas, taking whatever jobs we could find to keep our travels going. These days, we have established an online income via writing and travel blogging, which allows us a lifestyle …

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Why You Should Give Couchsurfing a Try

When we were in the remote town of Corner Brook, on the island province of Newfoundland, Canada we stayed with Angela and John, an older couple from England who were working in the area. They picked us up in town, took us to their gorgeous house, gave us the entire top floor suite to stay in, cooked us delicious meals, …

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FC Barcelona Requests All Female Cabin Crew on Flights

The football stars of FC Barcelona have requested that they are flown around the world to their matches on planes staffed by all female cabin crew members. This move has received a lot of criticism and accusations of sexism, but the team claim that the reason is not to ogle the beautiful girls but rather because they have been apparently …

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Ramadan from the Perspective of a Hungry Traveler

I’ve been traveling during Ramadan in Malaysia. This Holy Month is when Muslims show their devotion by fasting from sunrise to sunset, then eating a huge feast in the evening with their family once the sun goes down. The fast is meant to be a time of quiet contemplation of faith. After a couple of weeks of traveling during Ramadan …

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Ten Different Types of Travel

Many people tell us that they would love to travel like we do, but it just doesn’t fit with their lifestyle. We agree that our style of long term travel would not work for everyone. However, we also think that there are so many different types of travel out there that you are bound to find something that works for …

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Which Countries Offer Working Holiday Visas?

Do you want to explore another country for a longer period of time and have a deeper experience than a packaged two week holiday? Why not spend up to a year living and working abroad with working holiday visas? Working holiday visas generally allow a traveler to be employed in the country during their visit as a way of supplementing …

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Movies That Make People Afraid to Travel

“What? You’re going backpacking in Europe as a young female? You’re going to get kidnapped and sold into the sex trade!” No wonder some people are afraid to travel. “Oh my god, you’re staying in a hostel? You’re going to wake up handcuffed to a chair in a dungeon and get tortured to death!” Seriously? The likelihood of these scenarios happening is …

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Beyond London: Bath

Ancient Roman Spas, natural hot springs, medieval buildings, gorgeous Georgian architecture, excellent museums and a range of great pubs, restaurants and nightclubs… all this and more is waiting only an hour and a half from London. Bath is set within the rolling hills of Somerset on the edge of the Cotswolds and makes a perfect weekend getaway from the chaos …

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Is Long Term Travel For You?

Do you read travel blogs every day and dream of the long term travel lifestyle? Would you give everything to pack up your backpack and set out to travel the world for six months, a year, two years or even longer? Traveling long term is an amazing adventure and it will bring you many unforgettable experiences. However, there are also …

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Photos: Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada

Banff National Park is truly one of the most beautiful natural areas of Canada and in my humble opinion, one of the most stunning landscapes I have ever visited in my life. The towering rugged shapes of the mountains, the pale blue of the glacial lakes and rivers, the thick green forests, and the dramatic skies fill me with awe …

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Global Goose is Going to New Orleans!

In one week Lee and I will be heading down south to New Orleans to revel in the lively culture of the “Big Easy”. We had a six day break over the long weekend and we decided that the 23 hour bus journey from Virginia was worth it to get a chance to see this legendary city. I have wanted …

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Searching For Moose in Gros Morne National Park, Newfoundland

It was a cold winter day in Newfoundland and we were being driven up and down winding roads through the mountains, watching the icy mountainous landscape roll past us. Our amazing Couchsurfing hosts in Corner Brook insisted on taking us up to visit Gros Morne National Park during our stay. We are grateful that they did, because after a few …

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No Plan, No Problem: Why You Should Trust Your Future Self

“What are your future plans?” “Where do you see yourself in five years?” “Do you ever want to settle down and start a family?” “Where do you think you and Lee will live?” “Are you going to eventually stop traveling and settle down?” If we had a dollar for every time we were asked one of these questions, we would …

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World’s Coolest Cities: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Rio de Janeiro (sometimes simply referred to as Rio) attracts so many travellers every year that it is not only the most visited city in South America, but in the entire Southern Hemisphere. All of those visitors know one thing: Rio de Janeiro is one of the World’s Coolest Cities. From its gorgeous natural beaches and lively carnival celebrations, to …

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