The Ultimate Guide to Traveling When You're Broke. By Matthew Kepnes Think you don’t have enough money to travel?
Think again. Travel guru Matt Kepnes puts that myth to rest with this guide to traveling on little (or no) money. I recently asked subscribers of my newsletter about the number one thing that holds them back from traveling. The near universal answer? Money This is something I hear from everyone I talk to. “Matt, I simply don’t have enough money to travel.” 10 Unusual Beaches You Have Never Heard Of. 1.
Black Sand Beach, Hawaii The name speaks for itself. (source) 2. Pink Sand Beach, Bahamas Again, the name gives it away. (source) Incredible Small Towns You Would Want to Live In. Magical Nature! Many people are searching for a way to “escape” to small cities because they had enough of those crowded places.
Living in big and crowded cities definitely has big advantages, but sometimes you feel so lonely among all those people who are always in a hurry. We Quit Our Jobs, Built A Tiny House On Wheels And Hit The Road. Two years ago my partner, Guillaume, and I were both burdened by high rent, a multitude of belongings, college debt and careers that allowed us to maintain that lifestyle.
I was beginning to believe I’d never be able to pursue my passion for writing and Guillaume felt the same way about his photography. Then we came across tiny houses. These artistically designed tiny dwellings inspired us to upend our lives and pursue our dreams. We came up with a game plan: 1) Build a tiny home, 2) Travel around North America for one year, and 3) Create a travel journalism portfolio about alternative lifestyles. He’d photograph. We began our tiny house build with zero construction experience and a “we’ll learn as we go” attitude. Six months and 10,000 miles later, our tiny abode has taken us on a wild adventure. More info: tinyhousegiantjourney.com | Facebook | Instagram | Youtube. I Travelled To Sertar, A Place In China That Is Home To 40,000 Monks.
I could not believe there was such an amazing place on earth.
I decided to visit this place at any cost. After doing some research, I found this is place called Sêrtar, located around 600km from Chengdu. It has the world’s biggest Buddhist school called Larung Gar Buddhist Academy, founded in 1980s starting from scratch. Now, it inhabits over 40,000 monks and nuns who cope with tough climates everyday just to learn Buddhism. It took me over 20 hours getting here from Chengdu, China via an endless bumpy road. This Married Couple Takes The Most Breathtaking Travel Photos Ever. Finnish-Norwegian couple Samuel and Hildegunn’s adventures began when they met at a wedding in Hawaii.
They celebrated their engagement in Paris, were married in Normandy, and have been traveling the globe ever since thanks to Samuel’s job as a professional photographer. “For me the most stunning place has been Iceland,” says Samuel in an interview with the Daily Mail. “The most beautiful spot for Hildegunn is on top of a mountain in the summer in Norway overlooking mountain tops and fjords!” Their adventures on Instagram have inspired over 130 thousand followers, and they have been featured in several different articles. See below for a selection of their best photos: 127 THINGS TO PACK WHEN TAKING A SABBATICAL. Stefan Sagmeister. Stefan Sagmeister (born August 6, 1962) is a New York-based graphic designer and typographer.
Sagmeister co-founded a design firm called Sagmeister & Walsh Inc. with Jessica Walsh in New York City. He has designed album covers for Lou Reed, OK Go, The Rolling Stones, David Byrne, Aerosmith and Pat Metheny. Stefan Sagmeister dressed as "La Sciùra Maria" at OFFF 2009 in Oeiras, Portugal. Biography HOW QUITTING YOUR 9-TO-5 LEADS TO PLANNING A 7-TO-9. It’s been 3 weeks since we left sunny South Africa, and based on popular beliefs, new habits should have formed by now.
The get-up-early-to-get-cracking-with-the-day routine of everyday life should be all but a distant memory. 25 INSTAGRAM ACCOUNTS THAT WILL MAKE YOU WANT TO QUIT YOUR JOB AND TRAVEL THE WORLD. My passion lies in adventure photography.
If you give me a chance, I’ll be out in the wilderness with no questions asked. We Quit Our Jobs And Started Traveling To See How Far From Home We Can Get. We’re on a creative journey around the world, tracking how far from home we can get.
We have quit our jobs, sold our shiny belongings, and packed up our lives into four bags (one filled with camera gear, of course). We are now on a journey to see how far we can get physically from Johannesburg, South Africa, and figuratively from our comfort zones. After nearly 15 combined years of work in the advertising and branding industries, we felt we needed to do something that would charge the electrolytes in our veins again. As creatives, our need to experiment and create is strong. When we’re not cramming kilometers in busy cities, we’re finding every opportunity to experiment and brainstorm. The route of our journey is dictated by our “Wanderlist” (this is our version of a bucket list) directing us across the world. More info: howfarfromhome.com | Instagram | Pinterest | Twitter 0 km, Johannesburg, South Africa The big Ferris wheel, Vienna (right side). 6292 km, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. My Travel Photos Of The Netherlands. Picturesque, peaceful, beautiful and fresh – check out some great moments captured during a short trip through the dutch cities of the Hague and Leiden, Netherlands.
30 Stunning Images From My 12 Years Of Travel In Norway. For 12 years I have had the pleasure of travelling and exploring Norway’s spectacular landscape, creating beautiful images along the way. From sunrise hikes to camping in the snow, the journey has been a rich experience. I have seen world class views at every step and been left breathless in awe of nature’s magic. These 30 images take you on a visual journey from the fjords to the mountain tops to challenge the limits of your imagination. I hope it will inspire your own journey to Norway.
One Year In Iceland Through My Lens.