As a Black male teaching abroad, I've learned a lot regarding how I am initially perceived by those I have yet to meet. I am fortunate to be able to teach and show the youth a positive example of my culture and people through the powerful vessel that is the classroom.Read More
Whether it's your bestie you've known for years, or your favorite cousin you've always wanted to hit the town with in a new city, knowing what their expectations of traveling are is important. Being prepared for the trip itself is key, but few things can ruin a good time faster than your travel companion saying or doing something that you simply weren't prepared for. Stay woke, and ask these very important questions.Read More
Planning trips can be difficult. Especially If you don't have the time or don't particularly enjoy planning. If your favorite travel agents, CP Travels, aren't available to guide you (they always are) then you should certainly try one of these vacations styles at least once in your lifetime.Read More
Good food? Check. Great views? Check. Affordable? Check. Vietnam has a great mix of all of these things to ensure a unique travel experience for tourist and expert travelers.Read More
Hot air balloons, dune buggies, tubing, lazy rivers, and some of the best street vendor sandwiches on the face of the planet. If I had to break down and list top highlights of Vang Vieng, Laos, I'd most likely start with these things.Read More
Saiga Johnson is a 25 year old pilot from New York, but was raised in Ethiopia. As a self-proclaimed, "Third Culture Kid" he provides an undoubtedly unique perspective on traveling and his life above the clouds.Read More
Picturesque, serene, unique and exciting is how I describe my home, Okinawa Japan. Everyday can be an adventure with hidden jewels of white sand, green, blue warm water, delicious, organic meals and rich Ryukyu and Japanese culture.Read More
A 'behind the veil' glimpse into a country that's been unfairly judged. Follow one woman's journey to Iran and see how she found friendship, culture and a new appreciation for self-discovery in a cup of tea.Read More
If you stepped out of your comfort zone, what would happen? Would you be able to survive?
That's exactly what Rebecca asked herself right before making a life changing decision.Read More
I like to travel because I am an outgoing person and I like to meet new people and see new things. Ever since I was in high school I’ve been curious about the world beyond Taiwan, and how traveling could change my perspective on life and everything it encompasses.
"My travel philosophy is simple. Go. As soon as you can and as often as you can."Read More