I’ve always been a big fan of Washington, D.C. The city is beautiful and there are so many interesting places to visit, whether you want to enjoy a night out or have a historical, cultural experience. Plus, D.C. is one of those cities that always has something going on— so you can easily plan a trip during any season.
We don’t like the cold much here in Australia. With winter now upon us, most would rather snuggle up under a blanket than go out and explore. But there is plenty to do in Sydney during the winter.
A big thanks to Rachael for publishing this article. With practical tips and brilliant anecdotes, this site is an amazing inspiration for anyone looking to leave the safety of their comfort zone and explore the world! After reading this, be sure to check out the post on staying healthy while traveling.
Last week I sat down with Masha and Rob Glanville of the soon-to-be Dancing Pandas [travel blog]. Masha and Rob have an interesting travel history, from touring through Central America in an old ’79 Volkswagen Westfalia to extreme adventure racing across the remote wilderness of Patagonia! Recently they learned to master the miles and points game–and haven’t paid for a flight since.
It’s a New Year — which means more posts, new content and stories from around the world. I’m particularly excited for the first guest blogger on The Travel Thread: Sarah Kriebs.
Sarah and I found each other via social media and instantly e-connected. We started our blogs at the same time and we’re both still new to this crazy blogger life. Besides backpacking and budget travel, Sarah writes frequently about solo female travel. Read on for 14 tips for solo female travel.