A-Advice: Amsterdam

In these few days I really fell in love with Amsterdam. It’s a beautiful historic city with great culture and infrastructure, friendly people, and awesome food. I’m glad the destiny shoved me here for more than just a few days. And as becoming a local is my favorite pastime – putting myrself into people’s shoes…

On Psychology of Travel

Who is the most annoying person to have as a travel companion? From my experience, a complainer. The one that doesn’t want you to take him higher up that mountain because he’s afraid that we’ll lose a trail. Or doesn’t even want to try to get to that mountain because it’s cloudy in the morning….

Treasure Hunting of Travel, or How to Get Them Good Prices

My friends, as soon as I tell them about some upcoming adventures, always shake their heads. Hearing about my travel plans, people for some reason assume I’m a millionaire or something. But seriously, you don’t need that much money to travel the world. I’ll share my own treasure hunting experience – flights, places to stay,…

SAS Savers: How to Travel the World on Less than $50 per Day

Some of you may be familiar with Nomadic Matt – a well-known travel blogger whose philosophy is that traveling is for everyone, and it’s possible to travel the world forĀ $50 per day. However, although his website is a must-read for aspiring young explorers, my own experience shows that with Semester at Sea it’s totally possible…