Traveling solo and making friends from around the world means more opportunity for a free couch around the world.
Last year I spent 10 days in Israel and ever since I left I have been seriously dreaming about going back. During my trip I visited Tel Aviv, Nazareth and Jerusalem which were 3 of the most diverse cities that I have been to, in a single country.
After spending some time in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem I decided to take the bus over to Nazareth for a few days. This also helped me get to Amman because there is a bus that goes directly from Nazareth to Amman every other day.
I think that I have dreamed of going to Egypt since I was about 8 years old and they taught us about it in school. I found their culture to be fascinating. Mummies, pyramids, hieroglyphics and more.
Jordan was unlike any other place that I have been. I was a bit nervous when I first decided to go, as I often am when I travel in a new region of the world.
Finally getting around to writing about my trip to India! That’s usually how it goes, wouldn’t you agree? You go on a trip and then approximately 6 months later you finally write about it…
Bali has a growing community of Digital Nomads and Expats living the island life. It is full of Cafe’s and coworking spaces that we all gather to work at, network and relax.
Step back in time, into a Wizard of Oz fairy tale of lions, tigers and monkeys oh my! Good for more than just monkeys, the monkey forest is huge and beautiful.
Norway is one of the most stunning countries that I have ever been too but it’s also one of the most expensive. I also went in the winter which didn’t help and so some of my tips are more effective in warmer months because they involve spending a lot of time outside.
When I heard they were opening the border so that I could finally fly into Cuba, I got my mom on board and we planned a trip. I had always wanted to go to Cuba, and it was never an option.
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