As travelers, it can feel almost impossible to do anything without plastic. The truth is, it’s unrealistic to suddenly cut all plastic from our lives, but there are many ways to at least reduce our use of it. Here are some tips to lessen your plastic use as you travel.
When you take away the pressure to see everything, travel becomes less stressful and more meaningful. If this sounds intriguing to you, here are some tips on how to slow travel, even if you don’t travel full-time.
Up next in our interview series we have Lisa and Coleman of Lietco. They’ve spent time living the #vanlife and just recently made the move to backpacking through Southeast Asia. Join us as we explore the pros and cons of living life on the road and how they’ve enabled themselves to work remotely while traveling!
We're starting a weekly interview series where we interview full-time travelers and travel companies to give you a little more insight as to what it's like to leave normal life behind in favor of endless vacation. What better way to kick it off than by telling you a little bit more about ourselves and our journey?
Sukhothai is a UNESCO world heritage city located smack dab in between Bangkok and Chiang Mai in Thailand. While not the easiest to get to, its remote location is responsible for fewer crowds and a peaceful ambiance. Visiting Sukhothai transports you back in time, as you explore the ancient ruins on bicycle.
Before we started our journey, we saw other people traveling full time and assumed that we’d need tons of money to pay for all the expensive hotels, flights, and activities. The truth is that your money might go a lot further in another country, enabling you to explore the world without breaking the bank! We break down our entire budget for a month in Thailand.