Each friday, we share those sites and articles—those interesting links—that we are currently reading or have recently read. Enjoy these great posts that you may have missed this past week. If you have any suggestions for next Friday’s round-up, please contact us!
We’ve lined up a veritable potpourri of great posts this week! So without delay, let’s jump in!
Ben Phillips writes about being busted in Nicaragua—a harrowing tale of a drug charge, jail, and a narrow escape from hell. Great read.
In New Delhi, JD Roberto deemed much of what he encountered backward and barbaric. But his moral compass was about to be reset. Check out Roberto’s piece on World Hum.
Christine Gilbert of Almost Fearless is 11 days into her series of ’30 Ways in 30 days to Redesign Your Life and Travel the World’. In it she seeks to provide her readers with practical, real world steps to take to get from wherever you are, to exactly where you want to be– traveling the world! Some great tips. Check out the most recent post here.
Andy Hayes showcases the writing of Stephanie Yoder (of 20-something Travel) who provides some recommendations on great destinations for the first time traveler.
It started with a simple list of seven reasons Anil Polat compiled that prevent world travel—a post which turned into a series on overcoming obstacles to traveling the world, spaning two months and generating over 100 comments. Now Anil’s decided to convert the series into an eBook! For more information, see his post here.
Tammie Dooley summits her first mountain. Go Tammie!
Not a brand new post but Soultravelers3 give you the seven best reasons to travel Cinque Terre! We only needed one!
Brilliant Tips has some umm… brilliant tips on how to keep your money safe while travelling!
House of cards? Too easy! Here’s a hotel made from plastic keycards (200,000 in fact)
Dorofino’s kicked off a fine thread entitled “Starting to Save“.
The Frugal1 asks “Is my RTW itinerary too much for one year? “
Keifer94 is looking for investment tips to help save for a long-term RTW trip.
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