Jenn Miller has lived in tents for much of her life, on multiple continents, and with four kids. She shares her best tips for camping with kids. Say your "Hail Marys," pack a few "Hallelujahs" and dive in for an unforgettable camping adventure with your kids.
After several years of traveling alongside her husband as his work carries him across the globe, Geraldine DeRuiter shares her tips and tricks for surviving and - gasp - actually having fun while joining your spouse on business trips.
This week, with An Irreverent Curiosity, hitting bookstores in paperback, David Farley made time to share his travel philosophy with BootsNAll.The title of his book, An Irreverent Curiously, could just as easily serve as its author’s byline. Farley is the epitome of the smart travel writer—engaging readers with both his sense of place and his urge to get the whole story.
A RTW trip is often the culmination of a lot of research, planning, and hard work. Adam Seper is here to make your preparations that much easier by offering 8 things he would have done differently if he had to do it over again.
After conducting 20 interviews with actors, athletes, musicians, writers and various other fascinating vagabonds, we're taking a look back at some of our favorite answers to the question “Do you like to have an itinerary and some research under your belt when you visit a foreign country?” Hopefully it provides interesting food for thought as you set off on your own journeys.
The whole idea is to leave your boring job behind, take a break from your repetitive chores, and hit the road to find something new every day. The problem, however, is that we all have friends, family, and bank tellers back at home that want to see us. Laurie Tighe gives us some websites to help us stay in touch with our roots while planning the best trip ever.