11 Amazing North American National Parks That Hardly Anyone Visits

The national parks of the United States and Canada are some of the greatest in the world. However, most of the attention is taken up by the superstar parks like Yellowstone, Yosemite, and Banff. Each of these parks gets millions of visitors per year, and visiting during the peak season it’s like visiting an amusement […]

Biblical Tels – Megiddo, Hazor, Beer Sheba

Biblical Tels – Megiddo, Hazor, Beer Sheba: My 322nd UNESCO World Heritage Site From the World Heritage inscription: Historic settlement mounds, known as tels, are characteristic of the flatter lands of the eastern Mediterranean, particularly in Lebanon, Syria, Israel and eastern Turkey. Of more than 200 such mounds in Israel, the three sites of Megiddo, […]

Global Travel Conspiracy, Episode 44 – Update!

After a year away, I’m bringing back the Global Travel Conspiracy! I had some issues with the podcast network which was producing the show so I walked away from it. I didn’t get screwed over or anything, it just wasn’t a good fit. Recently, I got access to the show and we decided to relaunch […]

August 2017 Desktop Wallpaper

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This Week in Travel – Episode 226

This week’s guest is Stefan Krasowski from Rapid Travel Chai and Frequent Traveler University to talk about travel deals, mileage deals, and travel tips. Subscribe on iTunes This Week’s News: Hotels.com is Giving Away Free Passports United has a new plan to avoid overbooked flights Three more Princess ships getting Ocean Medallion capability Would You […]

The Marquesas Islands: Paradise at the Edge of the World

With scenery reminiscent of a Jurassic Park sequel, ancient and mysterious stone temples, and the feeling of visiting a parallel universe – visitors to the remote Marquesas Islands of French Polynesia are in for the adventure of a lifetime. Written and photographed by Avichai Ben Tzur Of the five archipelagos that make up the Islands […]

This Week in Travel – Episode 224

This week Jen Leo, Chris Christensen and myself are joined by this week’s guest Sherry Ott of Ottsworld on discovering the joys of having a home again after 10 years on the road. Subscribe on iTunes This Week’s News Picks of the week Categories: Podcast This Week In Travel | No Comments »

Announcing My New Amazon Travel Gear Store

I get asked all the time what sort of gear I use when I travel. The questions range from the type of bags I use to my camera equipment. Even though all of my things can be stored in just two bags when I travel, if you include all of the little items like memory […]

Traveling to Transnistria, a Day in Soviet Disneyland

Stephanie Craig is the History Fan Girl. She has combined her love of history with travel and has been exploring Eastern Europe the last year. She recently visited the breakaway region of Transnistria, which I thought was an interesting place which more people probably need to know about. Here is Stephanie… This story starts with […]

July 2017 Desktop Wallpaper

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This Week in Travel – Episode 223

This week Jen Leo and Chris Christensen are joined by this week’s guests Matt and Amie from thetravelingtogetherjournal.com, which is a video blog (vlog) about their road trip to Panama. Subscribe on iTunes Picks of the week:

Announcing the Travel Photography Academy

I’m pleased to announce the launch of the Travel Photography Academy! The Travel Photography Academy is an online course I’ve been working on for the last 2 years. When I started traveling in 2007, I knew absolutely nothing about photography. I did what many people did and purchased an expensive camera on the assumption that […]