This week on BootsnAll, we’ve been publishing stories aimed to help people choose an itinerary for their trips. On Monday, we broke down A Classic RTW Trip itinerary, complete with budgets and ideas for each region. Tuesday, we outlined some of the Best Budget Beach Destinations Around the World for those who want to plan a trip around sun and sand. Today we talked about Shoulder Seasons Around the World and why they’re great for long-term travel. Stay tuned tomorrow as we break down the route Jules Verne takes in the classic book Around the World in 80 Days.
Naturally, we wanted to incorporate this theme into our #RTWChat yesterday afternoon on Twitter, so we discussed RTW Itinerary Ideas with our community on Twitter.
To see what you missed and gain a lot of awesome RTW itinerary ideas, check out the recap below.
After someone travels long-term for the first time, addiction sets in. Many of us think, “I want to do this all the time!” Then reality sets in, and we realize that in order to do that, we need to have some money. With technology becoming more and more widespread around the world, this is becoming possible by obtaining a location independent job that allows people to work anywhere in the world as long as there is an internet connection.
We invited Nora Dunn, creator of the site The Professional Hobo, to join us on the video chat yesterday as we talked about location independence. Nora has been a location independent professional since 2007, and she shared tons of knowledge and expertise about the realities of working from the road. Check out the video below, as it has some incredible tips and insight, followed by the recap of the chat on Twitter.
For more information on working remotely, check out the following articles and resources:
Yesterday we discussed a popular topic in the travel world – one that is responsible for creating so many travel addicts – studying abroad!
We were excited to have Megan Lee from Go Overseas join us for the video portion of the chat, and she offered some fantastic insight into the world of studying abroad, both from her personal experience of doing it as a student and her knowledge from helping others while working for Go Overseas. Check out the video, then read the recap if you missed the chat.
To read more about studying abroad, check out the following articles:
Everyone has a list of some sort – whether it’s written down in an old ratty notebook, saved on a spreadsheet on your computer, or mental, all travel lovers have a must-see list (what some would call a bucket list).
Yesterday on #RTWChat, we talked about our must-see lists and shared what it is that appeals to us when it comes to travel. Check out the recap below for an entertainment and inspiration, but we want to offer you a fair warning – it will make you want to head the airport right now and head to one of these amazing destinations.
For those of you who want to actually see these must-see’s on your list, sign up for Plan Your RTW Trip in 30 Days, a free email lesson plan that walks you through all the steps of planning a RTW trip. We recently launched a family edition of RTW 30 as well, so if you’re a traveling family, sign up today and start receiving emails tomorrow!
Many myths abound about why people can’t take round the world trips, but we think they’re exactly that – myths! For every reason, or excuse, you throw at us for why you can’t travel, we have a good response for why that myth is wrong.
Jenn Miller joined us on video for yesterday’s chat, and as always, had some fantastic insight for why there is no good reason for not traveling, if that’s what you really want to do. She’s made it happen for over five years, and she’s done it with four kids in tow! Check out the video to get some awesome tips, advice, and inspiration.
For more on RTW myths, check out the following articles, and if you missed #RTWChat yesterday, read the recap below.