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

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Things To Know About Visiting Medellin, Colombia

Medellin Colombia

These are the things to know about visiting Medellin, Colombia.  I’ve been rediscovering life in the city ever since I arrived just a few days ago. It has been an extremely rigorous year of travel in 2013. So far I have visited upwards of 15 countries across five continents and lived in six different countries. […]

Scuba Diving With Sea Turtles In Hawaii

Sea Turtle Hawaii

Diving with sea turtles in Hawaii is an amazing experience and one of our new contributing Wandering Traders decided to send us a hello from a recent trip scuba diving in Hawaii.  If you don’t remember Tyler was the winner of our recent contest to Jordan and he has already become a Wandering Trader in […]

Reflecting On Traveling Around The World: The Reunion

Marcello Arrambide in Ushuaia, Argentina

Traveling around the world it seems appeals to everyone now a days.  I suspect that it is not the act of traveling that appeals to most but the art of having one’s freedom and living their own lifestyle.  I officially decided to leave the United States and start traveling around the world roughly 3 years […]

May’s Reader Q&A

Singapore Pool

Our first reader Q&A from here in Singapore. We may plan on doing these regularly either in every location we visit & travel  to or on a monthly basis depending on the number of volume of questions that we receive.  If you have any questions for us you can send us a message via the WanderingTrader […]

Why Traveling Around The World Is Such A Beautiful Thing

Im Dead Set On Living

Traveling around the world for the last few years has brought incredible experiences. Everyone enjoys traveling because there is no right way to travel. There are newbie’s and those afraid of adventure that travel with fanny packs and extra security features. There are the adventurous that leave everything to the unknown. There are travelers right […]

Madame WanderingTrader Chronicles: The Taj Mahal

Luxury Hotels in Agra

The moment of truth was here…Taj Mahal… We woke up early and couldn’t wait to get going.  We headed again to the train station to take a day trip to Agra, this was a much better scenario. During the day you can see the beautiful scenery and the beautiful faces of people going about living […]

The Virgin Thai Massage Experience

massages in Thailand

  My first Thai massage is what I would describe as glorious, interesting, and soothing.  The first day I had arrived on the exotic island of Koh Samui to attend a boring island hopping yacht party the topic came up. It was after what would become the cheapest meal I have ever had on the […]

Bedouin Whiskey and Fairytales: Jordan

Bedouin Whiskey

This is a guest post by Honcho Extreme, the winner of the Jordan contest! ———————————– Bedouin Whiskey and Fairytales: Jordan. Just let that sink in for a moment.  “Sounds like a scam to me… if it was so easy everyone would do it… lifestyles like that only exist in fairytales…” Even my optimistic friends were […]

Final Frontier: Visiting All Seven Continents

Final Frontier: Visiting All Seven Continents

Visiting all seven continents is no easy task.  What is it about our love of exploration that leads us into the unknown? Is it the old adage that the grass is always greener on the other side? Or is it just the lust for adventure and finding out what we cannot see or have yet […]

Learning How To Speak Brazilian Portuguese: Basic Expressions

Brazilian Halle Berry

Learning how to speak Brazilian Portuguese was nothing short of challenging even though I speak Spanish.  The many Brazilian Portuguese basic expressions are quite similar to Spanish but most people don’t realize that Brazilians can understand the Spanish better than Spanish people can understand Brazilian. In written form the words are nearly identical but the […]