It’s easy to fall in love with Puerto Rico and I will never forget my first trip. I had been out exploring Old San Juan and was sitting outside my hotel at the end of the night. I watched 5 or 6 cars drive by in a row, each one was full of people smiling and singing to salsa music. I had such a good time, I ended living in Puerto Rico for 2 years. I took this photo the first day I owned an SLR camera. I sent it to National Geographic and the editors published it to a really cool page they run called the Daily Dozen.
This is an interview I did with Brendan van Son. Brendan is the editor of Vagabundo Magazine as well as Brendans Adventures and has been traveling non stop for nearly 3 years. We talk about his recent adventures in South America and how he became a digital nomad. Brendan also gives some great tips on how to barter for travel and how to travel inexpensively by taking advantage of negative press. Here, are links mentioned in the interview.
Tony is a completely blind, mostly deaf kid who has solo travelled to 62 countries!
When setting out to travel the world, we all have fears to conquer, thats why it was so amazing to talk to Tony Guiles. Tony is a blind and mostly deaf kid who has solo travelled to 62 countries and 7 continents. He sky dives, is an avid bungee jumper and wrote a great book called “Seeing the World My Way”. In this interview I talk to Tony about solo traveling blind, and what it has taught him about life and people. To listen click here or (below)
It may be a bit overdone, but I figured you have to take a Gondola photo in Venice. I loved how you can just pull your boat right up to your house or anywhere else and walk right in. If I ever move to Venice, I am defiantly going to buy myself one.