At age 51, Andi quit her job in aviation sales, rented out her condo, got rid of her “stuff”, and left her life in the US to start over. After floating around Southeast Asia for a few months, she stumbled into a new life in Taiwan and has been there ever since. Continue reading 50 People #2: Andi on adventure
I’ve never been particularly fond of celebrating my birthday. Maybe it has something to do with the memory of spending my 5th birthday suffering from a nasty bout of chicken pox. Or the time I turned 15 and my ex-boyfriend chose to announce he had a new girlfriend on my birthday. Continue reading Journal: How to Celebrate your Birthday 10,000 miles from home
Eugenia is a passionate food blogger and translator. For the last ten years, she has been living and working in London, but last year saw her return to her hometown of Athens.
She now runs the successful blog ‘Eat Yourself Greek,’ which is (of course) inspired by Greek culture and cuisine. But funnily enough, she didn’t truly discover her love of Greek food until she went abroad…
Is it really possible to see the world on just $11 a day? Crazzzy Travellers, Illia and Nastia certainly think so. Read on to discover their secret to travelling indefinitely on budget.
People are often in awe when I tell them that I travel solo. They seem bewildered by the fact that I enjoy my own company; that the only travel companion I really need is Google maps.
I’ve been saving pennies to escape this city ever since I was sixteen. Brisbane had been big and exciting to me as a child, but the older I got, the smaller the city became. I was itching for new experiences.
When I’m not busy working, studying, meditating or dreaming about the yacht I will one day own, I like to write. I also have a terrible habit of accidently-on-purpose missing my flights and extending my holidays by several months.