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How To Start A Travel Blog & Make Real Money

Tue, 14 Nov 2017 07:16:17 PST

Can you actually make money with a sports, fashion, food, travel or any kind of blog? Most people either don’t believe it’s possible or feel that they lack the confidence, computer skills, and writing ability to begin. In the beginning, I had held a similar skepticism, and complete lack of confidence. But today, I’m making enough money through this blog to […]



Tricks to Avoid Unnecessary Bank Charges When Traveling Abroad

Thu, 02 Nov 2017 11:46:33 PDT

Even though the best travel credit cards are supposed to facilitate your foreign trips, you also need to take care so that you do not end up straining your budget with avoidable expenses. One of the ways many travelers sink into these avoidable expenditures is through ATM fees. As a smart spender, you can adjust […]



Touring Nepal By Motorcycle: The Good, The Bad, The Spectacular

Fri, 07 Jul 2017 16:47:46 PDT

When you’re riding, you’re exposed. Warm valley updrafts caress your mountain chilled skin. Nostril burning cityscapes give way to sweet forests and fields. Curious locals greet you every time you stop to rest. You experience the world without filter. The resulting memory is vivid, pure, and forever beckoning you to return. Having motorcycled through parts […]



Runaway Nepal: 10 Days, 50 Travel Writers, 420 miles, 1 Bullet

Mon, 22 May 2017 06:40:39 PDT

After a Tom Yum soup filled five days in Bangkok I’ve just arrived to Nepal. I had originally planned to come here to find & develop products for my business, but was suddenly invited by the Nepalese government to join a 10 day tour of the country. Together with group of over 50 travel writers from […]



Sala Rattanakosin: Bangkok’s “Floating” Boutique Hotel

Wed, 17 May 2017 20:34:28 PDT

We had just spent the day exploring Bangkok’s Grand Palace, and the great reclining Buddha at Wat Pho. As we headed back towards the river to catch a boat home, I took us down the wrong ally. Little did I know, it would be one of the best wrong turns I ever made. At the end of the ally, […]



A Bamboo Forest Cabin In The Japanese Countryside

Sat, 13 May 2017 21:12:53 PDT

Our train hurries away from the murky concrete sprawl of the world’s largest metropolis. It now hangs slow and tight along a winding ridge. A bright green bamboo forest brushes by. It suddenly gives way to an expanse of fields and mountains that take some seconds to comprehend. In the distance, pinks, reds and whites juxtapose dark greens. The colors flow down into […]



Runaway Tours Guatemala: A Deeper Look

Tue, 27 Sep 2016 08:23:58 PDT

I started Runaway Tours in Jan 2015. Since then I’ve run away with over 50 people through 3 of my favorite countries, Thailand, Japan, and Guatemala. In Thailand we discovered a unique blend of Buddhism, learned how to ride scooters, and of course 6$/hour massages. In Japan we gained insight into the Japanese philosophy of life. We learned to […]



How To Piece Together The Cheapest Flight

Tue, 15 Dec 2015 15:41:42 PST

In March I want to travel from my hideout here on Lake Atitlan, all the way back to Japan for Runaway Japan 2016. At first glance, inserting Guatemala City to Tokyo Narita on Kayak, Google Flights and Skyscanner offers dismal prospects; 18 to 40 hour flights that are all over 1000 USD. For my budget […]



Lake Atitlan Hideout

Wed, 04 Nov 2015 15:42:14 PST

Lake Atitlan Hideout is a private apartment nestled among pines and palms on the side of a mountain with epic and unobstructed views of the sunrise & sunset. It’s where perspective altering views meets pure living, deep sleeps and hammock relaxation. It’s a place to simply slow down, de-stress, discover the Maya, live incredibly cheap, and enjoy spring […]



If I Could Go Anywhere…

Thu, 22 Oct 2015 08:43:03 PDT

Where would I go? The answer for me is a simple one. The birthplace of my favorite explorer with whom I share the same name. One of the most historically enigmatic and geologically epic islands in the world. A country that I’ve flown over more times than I can count yet still haven’t blown open the […]