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Jen Leo, Chris Christensen and I are joined by this week’s guest Robert Reid from ReidOnTravel.com joins us for a discussion of his recent article Why U.S. Travel Media Won’t Tell People to Visit Russia. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts This...Show More Summary
9 years ago, still early in my travels, I wrote an article about the Paradox of Travel Blogging. Basically, you can be out exploring or you can be in front of your computer working, but you can’t do both. I dubbed it Gary’s Paradox,Show More Summary
There is no sense in burying the lead: There are no good low carbohydrate options available on any major airline. I try to eat a low-carb diet when I’m at home and I can do so quite successfully. However, it is extremely difficult to do when you are traveling. Show More Summary
I have a confession to make….. I’ve been slacking. I’ve been slacking for several years now. When I first began traveling back in March 2007, this website was literally a weblog (aka a blog). I’d write almost daily about whatever was on my mind. Things I experiences, stories I had to share, and thoughts about … Continue reading "Back to Blogging"
This month’s image is of Lake Skadar taken in Skadarsko Jezero National Park, Montenegro Most Desktops (will adjust for size) | iPad | iPhone 6/7/8 | iPhone 6/7/8 Plus | iPhone X 2560×1600 (MacBook Retina 13?) | 2880×1800 (MacBook Retina 15?) | 5k iMac
This episode was recorded live at the Connect Travel Marketing Leadership Summit in Orlando Florida. Regular hosts Gary Arndt and Chris Christensen are joined by this week’s guests: Lou Mongello of the WDW Radio Podcast Dave and Deb from ThePlanetD Rick Calvert from TBEX Subscribe on iTunes
Back in 2012, I wrote a post about how when you strip everything down, you only need three things to travel around the world: a passport, a credit card, and a smartphone. This still holds true today, but those three things are quickly all being condensed down into one single thing: a smartphone. Show More Summary
This month’s image was taken in Iguazu Falls, Argentina Most Desktops (will adjust for size) | iPad | iPhone 6/7/8 | iPhone 6/7/8 Plus | iPhone X 2560×1600 (MacBook Retina 13?) | 2880×1800 (MacBook Retina 15?) | 5k iMac / High Res
Any car can drive on any road, as long as the driver is determined enough. Travel has taught me this lesson time and time again, and the drive to the sapphire lakes of Band-e Amir, Afghanistan’s first national park, is yet more proof. The road begins innocently enough. Fresh black asphalt cuts through the sparse … Continue reading "The Lakes of Band-e Amir, Afghanistan"
This article focuses on the Territories of France. It is part of a 4-part series explaining current day situation of the remnants of the colonial empires of the early 20th Century, almost all of which are small islands scattered around the world. Show More Summary
Subscribe to Global Conspiracy Theory on Apple Podcasts On this week’s podcast, I speak with historian and author Peter Baxter to talk about 20th Century African history. We have a wide-ranging discussion about in and outs of war in Africa, British decolonization, Nelson Mandela, and traveling in Africa. Show More Summary
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This week I’m joined by my co-hosts Jen Leo and Chris Christensen and this week’s guest Spud Hilton of the San Francisco Chronicle Subscribe on Apple Podcasts This Week’s News: Alaska Airlines: Early boarding today for ugly holiday sweaters...Show More Summary
2017 was an odd year for me. It was the least amount I have traveled since I started traveling full time in 2007. I “only” stepped foot in 14 countries this year. I did make the most of it as I visited 27 new UNESCO World Heritage Sites this year (plus 1 that was added … Continue reading "2017: A Year in Photography"
This week I’m joined by renowned world traveler, Stefan Krasowski of Rapid Travel Chai and Frequent Traveler University, who just returned from Christmas Island, timing his trip with the annual red crab migration. The red crabs cover...Show More Summary
For this episode of the Global Travel Conspiracy, I answer your question about his new additions to gear, upgrading camera gear, 3 important lessons about self-taught photography, purposeful practice, gear to carry, mirrorless cameras,...Show More Summary
The first of Portugal’s many Capelas dos Ossos that I visited was in Faro, the capital of the Algarve region. This southernmost slice of the country is best known for its sunny beaches and lively nightlife. Finding out there was a chapel decorated with human bones just a short drive from the sun-loungers and karaoke … Continue reading "The Bizarre Bone Chapels of Portugal"
The editorial team at Everything Everywhere likes to keep with the times. We’ve noticed a great many travel publications all publishing their list of places to visit in 2018 and we didn’t want to be left behind. We’ve studied all the...Show More Summary
I like to travel and I like to read. These two things shouldn’t be in conflict. In fact, they usually complement each other quite nicely. However, I discovered just a few month’s into my travels back in 2007 that I had a big problem….several problems Books are heavy. If you have ever had to move … Continue reading "The Item Which Revolutionized My Travels"
Jen Leo and Chris Christensen and myself are joined by this week’s guests Marilyn and Matt from Words with Winos about teaching English as a Foreign Language, with a special appearance by Jen’s daughter Cora talking about her first travel writing assignment. Show More Summary