This Week in Travel – Episode 237

This week Jen Leo, Chris Christensen and myself are joined by this week’s guest Andy Steves, tour company operator and author of Andy Steves’ Europe: City-Hopping on a Budget. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts This Week’s News: American Airlines bans insects, hedgehogs and goats as emotional support animals Chinese passenger pulls open escape hatch to get […]

Katmai National Park, Alaska

Overview Brooks Camp is the entry point for most visitors to Katmai National Park Katmai National Park is a national park located near King Salmon in the southern portion of Alaska. This park is most known for the Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes and the Alaskan brown bears that inhabit the park premises. Since the […]

Lake Clark National Park, Alaska

Overview Lake Clark National Park is a national park located South West Alaska, in the Southern Alaska Range and along the Cook Inlet. It is one of 8 National Parks in Alaska and one of 24 National Park Service sites in the state. The entire park measures at 4.03 million acres in land area and […]

May 2018 Desktop Wallpaper

This month’s image was taken in Wrangell-St. Ellias National Park, Alaska Most Desktops (will adjust for size) | Tablets | iPhone 6/7/8 | iPhone 6/7/8 Plus | iPhone X 2560×1600 (MacBook Retina 13″) | 2880×1800 (MacBook Retina 15″) | 5k iMac The post May 2018 Desktop Wallpaper appeared first on Everything Everywhere Travel Blog.

This Week in Travel – Episode 236

This week Jen Leo, Chris Christensen and I are joined by this week’s guest, David Swanson: travel writer and president-elect of SATW (Society of American Travel Writers) Subscribe on Apple Podcasts This Week’s News: Flight 1380: First air accident-related fatality for nine years named More dogs die on United than on any other airline. Here’s […]

Backing up Photos While Traveling

One of the biggest challenges facing photographers is backing up their images. For many photographers, it isn’t that challenging because you can go home after a shoot and backup your photos immediately. For travel photographers, you don’t have the luxury of going home at the end of the day to make sure everything is backed […]

Denali National Park, Alaska

Overview Denali national park is the most popular well known national park in Alaska. The showpiece of the park is eponymous Mount Denali, which is the highest mountain in North America. Originally called Mount McKinley National Park, it is a popular trip addition to people going on cruises in SE Alaska. It is a great […]

Gates of the Arctic National Park, Alaska

Overview Gates of the Arctic National Park is one of 2 national parks located above the Arctic Circle, and one of 8 national parks in Alaska. Like Kobuk Valley National Park, there are no roads leading to the park. The only way in or out is on foot, via a river, or by bush plane. […]

Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado

Overview Rocky Mountain National Park is one of the most popular parks in the US National Park System, due to is close proximity to the city of Denver. It is a great representation of the Rocky Mountain ecosystem which can be found throughout much of Western Colorado. Getting to the park is very straightforward. The […]

Great Sand Dunes National Park, Colorado

Overview The Great Sand Dunes National Park is a national park near Alamosa, Colorado and is one of 13 National Park Service sites in Colorado. The park covers 149,028 acres of land area and was established as a National Monument in 1932 by President Herbert Hoover, and was upgraded to National Park status in September […]

The Arid Trails of Big Bend National Park

As I close in on my quest to visit every National Park in the United States, there are still a few I have yet to visit. Today’s guest, Kay Rodriguez, gives us a taste of one of the lesser visited national parks in the US: Big Bend National Park, Texas. Everyone knows the stereotypes about […]

This Week in Travel – Episode 235

This week we are joined by author and podcaster Rolf Potts author of new book Souvenir (Object Lessons) and host of the Deviate with Ralph Potts podcast. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts This Week’s News: Dog dies on United Airlines flight after being forced into overhead bin United Sent A Dog To Japan Instead Of Kansas […]

Treking in the Pamir Mountains of Tajikistan

Today’s post is by Joan Torres, who is writing about the Pamir Mountains of Tajikistan. I was in Tajikistan in 2016 but I didn’t make it to the Pamir Mountains. I know several people who have visited, and from everything I’ve heard, it is an amazing place. At almost 5,000 meters (16400 feet) above sea […]

11 Thoughts on Traveling Around the World for 11 Years

March 13 marks the anniversary of the date in 2007 when I turned over the keys to my house to travel around the world. It is the date I use to mark what I call my Travelversary. The last 11 years have totally changed my life in every way imaginable. I have been to more […]