What is a Visa Run?

This article is part of a series which attempts to answer basic questions people may have about travel. If you have a question you’d like to see answered, please send me an email with your question. A visa run is a short trip over an international border designed to reset the visa in the originating […]

19 Interesting Facts About World Heritage Sites

I have been visiting UNESCO World Heritage Sites since I began traveling full time in 2007. Since then I have visited over 375 sites around the world and have photographed all of them. There are no typical world heritage sites. They come in all shapes and sizes, from a few square meters to sites larger […]

12 Years of Travel Blogging: A Look Back and A Look Ahead

October 14 marks the 12th anniversary of my very first blog post on this website. I mark this date as the start of my travel blog. My first post came almost a year and a half after registering the domain name for the website and 5 months before I actually turned over the keys to […]

This Week in Travel – Episode 241

This week Jen Leo and Chris Christensen are joined by their guest Teddy Wilson from Discovery Canada and Smithsonian’s Mighty Trains. They talk about train travel. I was off in Chicago and missed this week’s show. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts Sites Mentioned on the Show Mighty Trains Rocky Mountaineer California State Railroad Museum in Sacramento […]

4 Misconceptions People Have About Travel Photography

I’ve had many discussions about photography with average people who might own nothing but a smartphone camera. Time and time again I’ve seen the same misunderstandings pop up. Many of them I totally understand as I believed the same things when I started out as a photographer. However, I think it is important to dispel […]

Amateur Traveler Interview – The Liberation Route

I recently did my 14th interview on The Amateur Traveler Podcast with Chris Christensen. I did my first interview on the show way back in 2008 from an Internet cafe in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. This time I talk about my recent trip this summer along The Liberation Route. The Liberation route is a collection of sites […]

Episode 240 – Oneika The Traveller

This week Jen Leo, Chris Christensen and I are joined by guest Oneika Raymond from OneikaTheTraveller.com, travel blogger, Travel Channel web host and recent Lowell Thomas award winner. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts This Week’s News: The woman who accidentally ticked: ‘I am a terrorist’ United Airlines Will Give You a Free Trip to Tahiti If […]

Travel To Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve, Alaska

Overview The Glacier Bay National Park is a US National Park near Juneau, Alaska. With about 547,000 visitors per year (as of 2017), it is the second most visited national park in Alaska, slightly behind Denali. The vast majority of visitors to the park visit by cruise ships which sail up the Inside Passage of […]

September 2018 Desktop Wallpaper

This month’s image is of the Jungfrau Express about to enter the 7km tunnel to the top of Jungfraujoch. Tablets | iPhone 6/7/8 | iPhone 6/7/8 Plus | iPhone X Most Desktops (will adjust for size) | Large Format The post September 2018 Desktop Wallpaper appeared first on Everything Everywhere Travel Blog.

5 Historical Sites You Have to Visit on Your Next Trip to Montana

Montana is known as “Big Sky Country” for a good reason. The high plains and mountains of the state are some of the most picturesque and beautiful in North America. Glacier and Yellowstone national parks in Montana are considered two of the jewels in the National Park System. Yet Montana isn’t all nature and landscape. […]