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Why Recent College Grads Should Take Time to Travel

Why Recent College Grads Should Take Time to Travel

Just graduated college or graduating soon? Frustrated about job prospects? Isabel Eva Bohrer shares tips on a travel option that you may not have thought of. A RTW trip could enhance your resume and make you stand out to prospective employers.

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Long Term Travel As Education

Long Term Travel As Education

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.

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MBA vs. RTW

MBA vs. RTW

The world is changing by the minute, yet many western countries still have traditional (and archaic) views of education. Maybe it’s time we re-assess traditional education. What are your thoughts?

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The Realities of a Location Independent Life

The Realities of a Location Independent Life

Are you considering making the leap to a Location Independent career? Lusting over those “at the beach with laptop” photos circulating annoyingly on Facebook? Jenn Miller and her husband are well into their sixth year of full time travel, working as they go. She’s sharing some of the realities of what it means to work on the road.

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Six Steps to Build a RTW Itinerary with Emirates

Creating a round the world trip itinerary can be frustrating, challenging and exhausting. But it doesn’t need to be. Follow some simple rules, and you can be jetting off to your dream destinations while earning yourself rewards that you can use to treat yourself to flight upgrades, future holidays or indulgent experiences.

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Top Beaches to Visit during your Gap Year in South America

Top Beaches to Visit during your Gap Year in South America

The famous sites like Machu Picchu, the Salt Flats, Patagonia, and Iguazu Falls get all the hype, but there are plenty of beach destinations in South America to add to your gap year itinerary. Hannah Long outlines four of the best.

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Thanks for becoming a BootsnAll Member! As a BootsnAll member, you gain access to: All the features on Indie, BootsnAll’s multi-stop flight booking engine. Build, price, and book a multi-stop trip on Indie – all online! Our traveler profiles. Fill out a traveler profile to connect with others in the community. Are you leaving for […]

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Exploration and Relaxation in British Columbia, Canada

Exploration and Relaxation in British Columbia, Canada

This post is brought to you by Destination British Columbia. For more information on sponsored posts read here. One of the most appealing parts of travel in British Columbia, Canada is taking advantage of the stunning surroundings and challenging yourself with outdoor adventures. After hiking, biking, and exploring the province, what better way to unwind than a […]

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Food and Wine in British Columbia

Food and Wine in British Columbia

British Columbia, Canada is known world-wide for its spectacular scenery and outdoor adventures. But did you know that it also offers some of the best food and wine in the world as well?

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British Columbia Outdoor Adventures

British Columbia Outdoor Adventures

How much do you know about travel in British Columbia, Canada? When planning a trip and deciding where to go and what to do, have you ever considered planning your trip around mountains and outdoor adventures? For independent travelers, Canada offers a wealth of possibilities, particularly in British Columbia.

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Author Bio: Aimee Cebulski

Author Aimee Cebulski has been furiously catching up on lost time as a traveler after a five-year battle with fear of flying grounded her dreams of visiting far-flung destinations in her mid-20s.  Now, she’s proud to have 52 stamps in her passport and considers each new one a triumph over fear. She’s worked as a […]

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Exploring the Outdoors in British Columbia

Exploring the Outdoors in British Columbia

How much do you know about travel in British Columbia, Canada? When planning a trip and deciding where to go and what to do, have you ever considered planning your trip around mountains and outdoor adventures? For independent travelers, Canada offers a wealth of possibilities, particularly in British Columbia.

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11 Reasons to Stop Dreaming and Start Planning Your Round the World Trip

11 Reasons to Stop Dreaming and Start Planning Your Round the World Trip

Have you ever heard of the letters R-T-W? Do you wonder and dream about taking a long term, round the world trip? Are you constantly looking for reasons not to do it? Adam Seper is here to give you 11 reasons why you absolutely should take a trip around the world.

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Wanna Travel Sooner?

Wanna Travel Sooner?

Would you like to travel now, instead of later? Would you like to travel for six months instead of two? How about a lifetime? Jennifer Miller shares some secrets to funding your travels sooner rather than later.

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Setting Yourself Up for the Life You Want

Setting Yourself Up for the Life You Want

Standing at the brink of forty, Jenn Miller is here to tell you why your twenties might just be the most important decade of your life. So many of the decisions we make in our first decade of adulthood carve the path we walk for subsequent ones and determine the level of our freedom.

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$2000+ Worth of Travel Products For Only $197

$2000+ Worth of Travel Products For Only $197

The Paradise Pack is a promotion to make it SUPER easy for folks aspiring to get into the long-term travel and location independence movement, invest in themselves, and get a rocket-start with a package of resource for one low price. This is a once a year sale that lasts only 7 days – get it before June 7, or it’s gone!

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Travel South Korea on $30 a Day

Travel South Korea on $30 a Day

With five-dollar meals and seven-dollar beds, South Korea can be one of Asia’s cheapest destinations. Get out of Gangnam to save cash and see the traditional side of the country.

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Hitchhiking Tips for Central Asia

Hitchhiking Tips for Central Asia

Fancy some real Central Asian adventure to feel like an explorer on the Silk Road? In this case, please read on, as Marco Ferrarese – who has recently completed an overland hitchhiking trip from Singapore to Europe – has a set of tips ready to help you find a ride across the region. Learn how to tackle greedy Uzbek drivers, score lifts across the Tajik mountains, dodge the Turkmen foreign travelers’ restrictions, and end up with multiple invitations to visit your hosts’ families for the ultimate Central Asian adventure.

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For Women, Staying Home is as Dangerous as Traveling

For Women, Staying Home is as Dangerous as Traveling

It isn’t travel that’s unsafe for women, it’s breathing. Jenn Miller addresses the statistics related to safety for women and children, at home and abroad.

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6 Secrets for Diving Deep into Japanese Culture

6 Secrets for Diving Deep into Japanese Culture

If predictability and room service don’t figure prominently in your personal mantra, anthropologist Stephen Le has some ideas on how to tailor a charmingly quixotic quest to discover Japan, on a bare-bones budget.

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