By Penny Mason From Guava Magazine Travel Prep: It would be so great if we could all hire a house-sitter to keep a watchful eye, but as far as I know, most of the reliable ones cost just about what my traveling food budget might be so I think I’ll just take my chances on […]
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A flight Attendant Provides Practical Advice for comfort at 33,000 Feet By Elizabeth Blair We’ve all experienced security hassles, spilled wine, headaches, and boring plane rides. While, unexpected quirks seem to happen at the most inopportune moments, traveling by air is definitely one of those times. As you’re starting out on your journey even the slightest […]
Immersion 101: Learning A Language Overseas By Kent St. John GoNOMAD Senior Travel Editor There’s no better way to learn a language than to be completely immersed in it: eat, sleep and breathe it. In other words, you need to live in the country where the language is spoken, if even for only a few […]
Get ready for your next Extended Trip By Marie Javins Going Nomad for longer than two months? Leaving your job and home for adventure in the great unknown? The leap from a stable home and routine employment to full-time explorer can be jarring. Here is a useful guide to planning for extended travel. It cannot […]
The Best Ways to Get Around Africa By Kent St. John Big and full of mystery and diversity, Africa is the second-largest continent, yet has only 10% of the world’s population. Over 1,000 different languages have been identified and countless tribes recognized. Africa is complex, yet simple, comfortable, yet peculiar, unique and a challenge to […]