There’s no denying it. We’re new in town and we need friends. Remember the good ol’ days when you made friends simply by turning to the guy next to you in class and making a smart ass comment. Then bam. Friends. Nowadays as an adult, not so simple. Sure you can make friends at work, but if you’re job is at all like Auston and my former careers, that can vary. Most of the people we worked with were significantly older than us, married with kids or grandkids, and paying a mortgage. Sure they’re nice people, but I just don’t see us tossing back beers together at the bar on a Friday night.
Games should definitely be on your list of travel necessities as you’re preparing for your next trip. After all, there are always times when you’re going to be waiting around for something and need to pass the time. Consider these four compact games as options over a standard deck of cards.
Read this advice on how to apply for a long term (long stay) French visa, including details on the France visa requirements and French visa application.
We recently shared our top 5 hostels from our round-the-world trip and now it’s time to share are 3 worst hostel experiences from London, Barcelona, and Rio Dulce.
During our round-the-world backpacking trip, we stayed mostly in hostels. However, we also made sure to treat ourselves every once in a while with a hotel – about once a month. You can only stand to not have a private room for so long! Our other common lodging option was of course CouchSurfing which we […]
Iguazu Falls was the perfect way to cross the border from Argentina into Brazil and from there we continued our journey to Rio for Carnival, but we had one more stop on the way. Parati is a former Portugese colonial town with well preserved cobblestone streets (or as Auston calls them: cobbleystone) and historic buildings […]
Learn how to keep a cruise affordable and read our top cruise destinations. We kept our Atlantis gay cruise to Mexico cheap by following a few simple tips.
From the large and lively city of Buenos Aires we headed next to the small and calm city of Mendoza, Argentina in search for the promising vineyards it’s well known for. We had hoped to visit some vineyards all over the world while we traveled, especially while were in Italy, Spain and Portugal. However, we […]