72 Hours in Bologna, Italy: First, We Feast

72 Hours in Bologna, Italy: First, We Feast

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How I Made $800 a Month for Travel as an Airbnb Host

How I Made $800 a Month for Travel as an Airbnb Host

One of the most frequent questions I receive via email and social media is how I afford to travel so often. And I completely understand why people must be scratching their heads when I’m on a different continent for four months in a row. But before you jump to the conclusion that I’m living off a trust fund (I wish that was the case, seriously!), I’m going to tell you the secret to how I’ve been able to purchase so many plane tickets over the past year: strangers sleeping on my living room futon. Continue Reading…

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36 Hours in Oslo: a Weekend in Winter Wonderland

36 Hours in Oslo: a Weekend in Winter Wonderland

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Weekend Postcard: Cave Crawling Outside of Husan

Weekend Postcard: Cave Crawling Outside of Husan

This weekend’s postcard was taken by Kayla of the blog A Book of Maps in Husan, a Palestinian village that dates back to the iron age. Kayla took a short trip there during the six weeks she spent in Israel and Palestine, and now she’s sharing the mini adventure she had with TBB! Continue Reading…

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Hangin’ With Monkeys at Punta Laguna Nature Reserve

Hangin’ With Monkeys at Punta Laguna Nature Reserve

We move silently, single file through the jungle, carefully removing branches from the path as we follow our native Mayan guide, Miguel. His head twists and turns as his eyes sweep the treetops above us. Occasionally he motions for us to stop, and we stand still, straining our eyes and ears to see something. After about twenty minutes of hunting, we find what we came for: a family of spider monkeys appears. Continue Reading…

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