WanderingTrader

Travel Blogs

My travel blogs from traveling around the world and containing all the stories, tips, and awkward situations that I have gotten in. I have traveled to roughly 80 countries now and have visited all 7 continents. Traveling around the world has taken me to the desolate deserts of Africa and even the tropical climates of Asia and South America.

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Top Iceland Attractions for a Unique Stopover

Iceland attractions, Reykjavík

One of the best European travel tips I can give you involves a stopover in Reykjavík and some really interesting Iceland attractions. How come, you may ask? You will be surprised to find it is cheaper stop in Iceland for a couple of days whenever you’re traveling to or from Europe. I discovered this travel hack […]

Visiting Bogota – 72 hours in a beautiful mess

Visiting in bogota

This was my first time visiting Bogota…… I recently began learning how to trade with Marcello not so long after I moved to South America. We met for coffee at a local crepes & waffles restaurant in Medellin and the following week I traveled with him to Bogota for a Day Trading event he was hosting. […]

Top Things To Do In Hong Kong: Tourist Attractions

Hong Kong tourist attractions

Top things to do in Hong Kong is shared by Maria at LatinAbroad.com.   From a small fishing village filled with Chinese pirates and refugees, Hong Kong morphed into a global trade center–becoming the world’s 44th largest economy. As a former British territory and current Chinese dependency, the metropolis boasts a multifaceted culture and heritage. Witness the top tourist attractions in Hong […]

What countries do Americans Travel To The Most?

Which countries do Americans travel to the most?  It is very well known that less than 10% of Americans travel outside the United States.  While Europe possesses the majority of the most visited countries in the world,many will be surprised to learn that the good ole’ USA, is the second most visited country on the planet […]

Top Things to Do in Thailand: Tourist Attractions

things to do in Thailand, Koh Phi Phi

The top things to do in Thailand: Tourist Atrractions is brought to you by LatinAbroad.com. Mueang Thai, as locals call the country, is a fascinating melting pot of ancient kingdoms. For over five centuries, the Khmer Empire ruled its lands — until expelled in the 13th century. Then, the Thai Kingdom was successfully unified and established by King Sri Indraditya of the Kingdom of […]

The Inspiring Terracotta Army of Ancient China

Terracotta Army Locations

The inspiring Terracotta Army is something to amazed by. For enthusiasts of ancient China a trip to view the life-sized terracotta army in Xian, is a must see. Upon arrival, travelers are easily impressed by the numbers and sheer size of these warrior formations. Cast from real life individual soldiers, each one of them is unique. Their […]

Off The Beaten Path At Blanchard Spring Caverns, Arkansas

Blanchard Spring Cavern In Arkansas

We begin our new series Off The Beaten Path with an adventure that takes us to the Ozark National Forest. It is here where one can visit the outstanding Blanchard Spring Caverns. The site is located in the northern part of Arkansas, part of the southern United States. The Ozark National Forest itself has a […]

Temples In Abu Simbel: Egypt’s Past Magnificence

Abu Simbel Temple of Nefertari

By: Jeffrey Hagenmeier The temples of Abu Simbel is part of our new journey of discovery series which begins with one of the oldest civilizations in the world. In this post we will be talking about some of the fascinating facts concerning Abu Simbel, the history, and many key details about visiting the site. Ancient […]

Top Things To Do In Singapore: Tourist Attractions

Singapore Rooftop PoolSingapore Rooftop Pool

The top things to do in Singapore is brought to you by a friend and fellow travel blogger Maria Alexandra from LatinAbroad.com.  Here she is going to share the best tourist attractions in Singapore. A Singapore stopover, a country where “East meets West,” is bound to be unique due to its deeply-embedded multiculturalism alone. By the 7th […]