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September, 2013

  • 30 September

    Southeast Asia Tuk Tuk Tips – How Not to Get Taken for a Ride

    A tuk tuk is a colourful three wheeled form of transport that is commonly seen in many destinations around Southeast Asia, including Thailand, Vietnam, Laos, Sri Lanka and Cambodia. They are powered by a motorbike in the front and they have a covered seating area for passengers in the back. They are a fun and exciting way to weave through …

  • 9 September

    5 Tips for Finding a Job Abroad

    Are you dreaming of finding a job abroad and moving to a different country for a while? Working abroad can be a truly life changing experience. It will give you a chance to experience another culture and to learn about what life is like in a different country. You will meet new people, experience new things and open your mind. …

August, 2013

  • 31 August

    Tips for Staying in a Hostel as a Couple

    When Lee and I travelled across Europe this spring, visiting Turkey, Bulgaria, Hungary, Serbia, Slovakia, Austria and Germany, we mostly stayed in hostels. Why? Because they were the cheapest option by far and we love the social atmosphere. Hostels are a great place to meet other travellers and they also usually have kitchens, which allows us to cook and save …

  • 2 August

    How to Get a Job Overseas

    Working abroad is a fantastic way to see the world, earn some money, build your career, learn something new, experience another culture and have an unforgettable adventure. I‘ve heard a lot of people tell me that they would absolutely love to have the experience of working abroad, but they just don’t know how to get a job overseas or even …

July, 2013

  • 11 July

    Tips for Managing Your Money While Traveling

    When I was 21 years old, I left North America for the first time on a three week trip around Europe. I had worked two jobs all summer and saved up every penny I could spare. I went to my bank to ask them how I should manage my money while I was abroad. They told me that I should …

April, 2013

  • 15 April

    20 Tips for Not Getting Ripped off in South East Asia

    Bangkok Tuk Tuk

    When you are traveling in Southeast Asia, it is likely that you will encounter some characters who just want to trick you out of your money. After a short while you will start to get a feeling as to how the scams work. This post might make you feel like everyone is trying to scam you – but that is …

March, 2013

  • 18 March

    25 Ways to Make Money While You Travel

    One of the biggest obstacles that stands in the way of most people’s dreams to travel the world is money. You can only save up so much and as soon as you hit the road, your travel fund starts to quickly disappear. The solution is to find a way to make money while you travel. This means that you can …

January, 2013

  • 20 January

    26 Things I Have Learned While Travelling South East Asia

    Six months in Travelling in South East Asia has taught me a lot. You have strange preconceptions about a place before you visit and it is often hard to make sense of them all until you find yourself there. This is a list of 26 small details noticed from day to day life that I have noticed while living here. …

December, 2012

  • 16 December

    Our Tips for Dealing with Unreliable WiFi

    bangkok wifi

    As digital nomad travellers, if there is one thing that is on the top of our list when it comes to accommodation, it’s WiFi. We need to be online to get our work done, keep in touch with clients and keep Global Goose running. Having a room without a connection puts a huge cramp in our style. Unfortunately, as we …

  • 11 December

    How to Survive a Long Bus Ride

    When we visited New Orleans in May, we opted to take the Greyhound bus there from Virginia rather than flying. The choice was easy for us, because we ended up saving nearly $1000. However, many people thought we were crazy because the bus journey was 24 hours each way. However, sitting on a bus for 24 hours is not as …

  • 1 December

    5 Great Working Abroad Opportunities For Canadians

    Are you dreaming of a travel adventure? I know what it’s like. Your heart starts beating faster whenever you walk past the glossy posters in the travel agent window. You spend your time reading backpacker blogs and collections of travel writing. You are hungry for the unknown, eager to explore another world. It’s not that you don’t love our home …

November, 2012

  • 20 November

    Couchsurfing – Reasons to Take Another Look

    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, …

  • 2 November

    What is a Working Holiday Visa?

    Kelly at York Minster - UK Architecture is gorgeous!

    If you are dreaming of taking a long term travel adventure to completely immerse yourself in another culture for a while, you might want to consider obtaining a working holiday visa so that you can work and travel. A working holiday visa is a permit which allows young people usually between the ages of 18 and 30/35 to work and …

September, 2012

  • 18 September

    The Easiest Countries to Work Abroad For a Year

    Are you dreaming of going to another country to work abroad for a year? Working abroad is a wonderful way to travel because it allows you to make money as you go so that you can afford to extend your travels for longer. It also gives you the chance to experience your destination beyond the tourist sites and actually get …

  • 10 September

    Our Top Ten Online Travel Resources

    Okay, we are on a train in this photo but the same advice applies!

    The internet has made traveling so much easier. Instead of relying on guidebooks which may not have been updated for several years, you can find the answers that you are looking for with a simple search. We use the internet as a travel resource in so many ways as we navigate around the globe and we have found certain websites …

July, 2012

  • 10 July

    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 …

  • 4 July

    How We Saved a Thousand Dollars by Getting Our Immunizations in Bangkok

    As we were preparing for our trip backpacking around Southeast Asia we started to do some research on the travel vaccinations that we needed to keep ourselves healthy during our adventure. Our hearts sank when we heard how much it would have cost to consult with a doctor and get our shots at a travel clinic in Canada. Thanks to …

  • 2 July

    New Orleans Dishes – Our Guide to the Best Foods in the Big Easy

    New Orleans is famous for its cuisine and the food here is like nowhere else in the world. If you take a holiday to New Orleans, forget about your healthy diet for a few days and simply indulge in the delicious smorgasbord of stick-to-your-ribs Southern cooking that this amazing city has to offer. We had such a blast trying as …

June, 2012

  • 29 June

    How Americans Celebrate 4th July Abroad

    Calling all Americans currently traveling the world! Where will you be on Independence Day and how will you be celebrating 4th July abroad? Independence Day is the national day of the United States of America and it is also known as the Fourth of July. This federal holiday marks the adoption of the Declaration of Independence which declared the USA’s …

  • 20 June

    Top Things to Do in Washington DC

    As American as apple pie, festooned with cherry blossoms and brimming with museums and marble monuments, Washington DC is more than just a political city full of paperwork and bureaucrats. It was designed by a Parisian and you can see the influence in the wide tree lined boulevards, open front porches and lack of skyscrapers. With world class art, culture …

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