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How to Write a Travel Journal Worth Reading

We live in an age of social media where much of our travels are documented and shared via photographs through platforms such as Instagram and Facebook’s. While the ability to put cool filters, use hash tags and get instant validation with likes and shares is pretty cool, nothing beats the old-school way of documenting your trip – putting ink to paper. Science has shown that writing things down greatly enhances your recollection of them long afterwards!

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How to Stay Safe While Travelling

Introduction Safety is an important topic amongst travellers. Nothing ruins a trip faster than getting sick, having an important piece of luggage stolen or outright robbed with violence. The misfortunates that can befall an intrepid traveller are many and even the most experienced of travellers can make some avoidable pitfalls. Having cumulatively spent 2 years of my life on the road, I’ve learned a few hard-earned lessons and gained some savvy along the way. Some I’ve read online, others heard from veteran travellers and a few painfully through first-hand experiences. Like Charlie Munger once said, “It’s great to learn from your own mistakes, but a whole lot more pleasant to learn from the mistakes of others.” From navigating the sometimes-dangerous...

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25 Epic Travel Quotes to Inspire Your Next Adventure

Whatever it is we want to do, sometimes all we need is a little spark to light that fire inside of us; to get us to start taking action toward doing what our heart craves.  For me, quotes have always been a source of motivation, insight and wisdom. Whether it’s in business, in self-development and of course travel. Without further ado, here are My 25 Favourite Epic Travel Quotes to Inspire Your Next Adventure:

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The Hidden Gems of Mexico

Most North Americans travellers are no strangers to the popular resort towns, all-inclusive hotel resorts and the well-trodden vacation spots of Mexico. With dozens of international flights and even a handful of cruise ships arriving daily at hotspots like Cancun, Los Cabos and Puerto Vallarta, it can feel like these places are overrun by tourists and no longer feel authentically “Mexican.” As any seasoned traveller within Mexico can tell you, it is a beautiful, diverse and safe country that is so much more than its capital or easy-to-get to resort-filled towns! So where should an intrepid traveller who wants to experience the “real Mexico” go?

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