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Best Travel Backpacks with Wheels: The Ultimate Buying Guide

This article may contain affiliate links. This means that if you make a purchase after clicking on the link, I may receive a small commission, which helps me run this blog.Best Travel Backpacks with Wheels - Introduction In the backpacking community, having a suitcase...

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Local Lingo with a Maasai Man

Local Lingo with a Maasai Man

My favorite part about backpacking is meeting new people and learning their stories.  "Local Lingo" is a part of my site that interviews individuals from all over the world who have made an impact on me. Not everyone gets the chance to interact with locals while they...

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What You Should Know About a Maasai Village Visit

What You Should Know About a Maasai Village Visit

Zanzibar. The Serengeti. Mount Kilimanjaro. These are the first things that come to mind when I hear Tanzania. All of these are extraordinary experiences, yet when I arrived, I sought to find the most unique places to visit in Tanzania. I turned to Google and typed...

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Couchsurfing review – is it still worth it?

Couchsurfing review – is it still worth it?

The first time I used Couchsurfing was in 2012 on my first solo trip backpacking through Europe. In 2012 Couchsurfing was a great web application and I connected with locals in London and Stockholm. These cities are notorious for having high accommodation prices,...

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Couchsurfing Host in the Democratic Republic of Congo

Couchsurfing Host in the Democratic Republic of Congo

My favorite part about backpacking is meeting new people and learning their stories.  "Local Lingo" is a part of my site that interviews individuals from all over the world who have made an impact on me. Not everyone gets the chance to interact with locals while they...

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Inca Trail Booking 101

Inca Trail Booking 101

The Inca Trail hike with my 66-year-old mother is be an experience I will never forget.  Before I started my RTW journey I asked my mom if she wanted to do the Inca Trail trek and Machu Picchu together. She immediately said yes, even though she had no idea what the...

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