New Ways to Find Rides: Rideshareapps.com By Shannon Broderick It was New Year’s Eve in the college town of Amherst, MA. and the streets were full of residents and students alike. GoNOMAD travel writer and self-described “Uber fanatic” Devinne Zadravec was ready to head back to her apartment, which is a mile away from the […]
Tips on Boarding a Night Bus in Southeast Asia By Oliver Jarvis Southeast Asia may be the up and coming place to party, work or ‘find yourself,” but these luxuries and drunken-fueled epiphanies are often surrounded by Good Morning Vietnam-esque scenes of poverty and corruption. Currently based in one of the most advanced SEA cities […]
Motorbiking in Madagascar: Dangers and Delights Snakes and a dancing girl: zebu horns and stunning landscapes By Donal Conlon It is 6am. The majestic mango free in front of my door is struggling to wring shape from charcoal grey light. In the shower, the water is refreshingly cool. The small wooden bungalow, with its bed, […]
Torres del Paine by car, in the very southern tip of South America seeing Torres del Paine National Park Patagonia in the Andes mountains Argentina Chile.
An Excerpt from China Survival Guide By Larry and Qin Herzberg Larry Herzberg and Qin Herzberg, a married couple, are professors of Chinese language and culture at Calvin College in Michigan. They travel to China frequently, both with students and without, and have been featured travel experts on MSNBC and other outlets. Qin and Larry […]
Buying a Benz in Europe European Factory Collection Turns Car-buying into a Travel Adventure By Cary Carbonaro Talk about a test drive: two countries, five cities, German delicacies, and spa treatments at nearly every stop. My fiancé and I just returned from just such an adventure; a week-long trek exploring the Black Forest Alps of […]