Pros and Cons of House Sitting

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Housesitting is a brilliant budget travel solution, but is it right for you?

Searching for Human Connection on Instagram’s Most Famous Train Ride

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A story of altruism on the train to Ella, Sri Lanka.

How Travel Saved My Life

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There is a whole world out there waiting for you to discover. There is a whole you out there waiting to be discovered. Travel to discover. Travel to recover. Travel to live. Travel for no one else but you.

Make Meaningful Connections

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At BootsnAll, our core values guide everything we do, including the articles we publish. We think these values not only fit the company brilliantly, they speak to many of the things we love about travel, too. Here are some of the best articles we’ve published that showcase one (or more) of these core values.

5 Ways to Build Community While Traveling

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As the holidays approach many travelers miss home and feel the absence of loved ones deeply. Jenn Miller discusses five ways to build community as you travel and create family for yourself and others while on the road.

How Travel Changed A Former Googler’s Life for the Better

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Jenn Miller interviews Fred Perrotta, the entrepreneur that quit Google to solve every traveler’s biggest problem: packing. His solution? Tortuga Backpacks.

Pico Iyer on Indie Travel

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We asked some of our favorite indie travelers to give us their thoughts on travel and how indie travel helps them better understand themselves and the world around them. Here’s what legendary travel writer Pico Iyer had to say.

How to Be an Indie Traveler Anywhere You Go

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You can be an indie traveler anywhere you go – even at home. In fact, indie travel isn’t all about traveling. We know. It sounds weird. It looks weird. But hear us out.

the Indie Travel Manifesto

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See the document and tenets that we live and work by: The Indie Travel Manifesto.

Can Travel Really Change Who You Are?

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Imagine the freedom and potential for change that could arise when removed from your habitual environment. You could be free. Free from the constraints of society, free from social obligations, free from your reflection in the eyes of others and free to imagine yourself in anyway you want.