Learning Permaculture in the Tsitsikamma Forest

The last week at Pachamama Forest Retreat has been my first true off-the-grid living experience. This little, self-sustainable community lies amidst the towering trees of the Tsitsikamma Forest, just north of Knysna, South Africa. Through eco-friendly technologies and the dedication of each person here, Pachamama exists to create a nourishing relationship between humans and the …

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Budget Travel Guide To Imlil, Morocco

The charming little town of Imlil is the perfect gateway to the Atlas Mountains. It’s easy to access from Marrakech, is a convenient starting point for many treks, and it can be super affordable. For someone like me, who loves nature and budget travel, and who has been living in the crazy city of Marrakech …

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Guide To Working Holiday Visas In Australia (First and Second Year)

All the basic information needed to apply for a Working Holiday Visa in Australia, including some helpful tips for living over here. Australia, the "Land Down Under", the land of picturesque beaches, lush rainforests and vast deserts. Home to intriguing accents, famous landmarks, exotic animals, lazy surf towns and ancient aboriginal mysteries. It’s no surprise …

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Budget Traveler’s Guide To Croatia

This detailed itinerary for the solo traveler in Croatia emphasizes how to explore the country on a budget.   Resting on the Mediterranean Sea with a foot lodged into Eastern Europe, Croatia represents a melting pot of culture, cuisine, and natural scenery. Traveling through this small country allows one to explore gorgeous national parks, wander …

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Conquering Rainbow Mountain, Peru

As originally published on GoNomad Months before I traveled to South America, I saw a picture of Rainbow Mountain somewhere on this vast internet. The second my eyes touched the image of the thick stripes of vivid colors plastered across the mountain’s surface, I decided I had to go there. I was determined to see this …

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Traveler’s Guide To Budapest, Hungary

A quick, easy, budget travel guide to the Hungarian capital city. The magnificent capital city of Hungary offers a wide array of different experiences due to its division of cultures. The Danube River splits the city into two sections: “Buda”, the older, more historical area packed with monuments atop steep hills and majestic castles, and …

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Solo Vs. Group Travel

How to combat the downsides and cherish the upsides of  traveling alone, or with friends. Many people ponder the differences between traveling alone and traveling with a group. Both have their perks and their obstacles, but in the end the experience is always rewarding nonetheless. Having done both many times, I'll break down some of …

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