Have you ever wondered what long term traveling families "do about keeping up with school" for their kids? Perhaps you're asking the wrong question. Jenn Miller, world schooling mother of four, teacher by trade, discusses world schooling as a viable educational alternative.
From studying Islam in Turkey to helping out in the rice paddies in rural Indonesia or bedding down in a yak-hair tent with Tibetan nomads, here are 8 of the world’s best "live like a local" experiences.
Is it true that if you are a native speaker and have a pulse you can get a job teaching English overseas? Get the inside scoop from an ESL teacher who has done it legally, quasi-legally, and under-the-table
Planing to volunteer abroad or do a voluntourism trip? Filipa Chatillon shares her personal experience as a volunteer and volunteer coordinator and what you should look for when choosing your project/company.
Whether trekking with llamas in New Zealand, searching for the elusive tiger in India, or learning to gallop the plains like a real-life cowboy, these 10 adventures will get you up close and personal with some of the world’s most incredible wildlife.
Many long-term backpackers don't want to admit that they're ready to settle down, but sometimes even nomads need a break from travel. Brooke Schoenman talks about 7 signs that show you might need that break.
Think you've heard everything there is to hear about the Jeremy Lin story? Linpossible. Expat Andy Lovley offers a unique glance at the Taiwanese public's reaction to the meteoric rise of their long-lost son.
Though many of us are intrigued by the concept of long-term travel, living out of a suitcase and on a budget without a place to call home just isn't for everyone. Denise Pulis explores the reasons how becoming an expat can be a gateway to long-term travel at a slower pace.
There's a lot of talk these days about eating organic, local and sustainable food. But what about your favorite drinks? These eight beverage makers know a thing or two about sustainable practices, and the best thing is, their doors are open to visitors.