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Turks & Caicos

We took a break from van life to visit Turks and Caicos for our two year wedding anniversary. It was a short flight from Miami to Grace Bay Beach, the #1 beach in the world. Going from our minimal lifestyle to something so luxurious was a shock. We had a two bedroom villa with a private pool and more space than we knew what to do with.

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ESTA 411

Traveling to the US is easy when you have an ESTA. The ESTA is a program that was created by the US Department of Homeland Security, predominately to improve the speed in which travelers from 38 countries enter the US. Those countries include: United Kingdom, Ireland, Malta, Sweden, Chile, and more.

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Greetings from Austin

Austin is for cool kids. Colorful art decorates the city walls and the smell of food trucks fills the air. There’s live music on every corner. It sounds like the place is dripping with hipsters but there’s something so authentic about it that everyone wants to visit.

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How to Travel Anywhere as a Vegan

Traveling the world as a vegan is difficult but not impossible. I stick to a plant-based diet from rural parts of Africa to meat-loving cities in Europe. I eat delicious vegan food on road trips or when I backcountry camp. It’s not always easy but it’s worth it. I stay healthy, rarely get sick. My digestive system is great and I maintain my figure with very little effort. Here’s everything I learned from my years of traveling as a vegan.

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Traveling After College

The excitement that comes from graduating college is short lived. You have no idea what’s next or you committed to a job offer where you’ll slave away the next 40 years of your life for 401K and health benefits. When you realize your college days are behind you the anxiety quickly kicks in. You can spend the summer polishing your resume and cover letters to score mediocre interviews for a job you’ll probably hate. Or you can do the extraordinary. You could hop on a plane and have the adventure of a lifetime.

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California National Park Guide

San Diego to the Bay, Hollywood and LA there’s many reasons to love California. Did you know it’s also home to the tallest waterfall, the highest summit, and the lowest elevation in North America? Here’s what you need to know about exploring some of the world’s greatest National Parks in California.

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