Happy St. Patrick’s Day, Trippers! Although an Irish holiday, many parts of the globe are celebrating today. Maya Hanley, one of our members and previous guest blogger, graces us with a post about what “Paddy’s Day” is all about. As a local Dubliner, she gives us a glimpse into how this day is celebrated in […]
20,000 miles. 15 countries. 30 months. Quite the family holiday. Oh, did we mention this is all done on bikes?! Nancy, the mother of the online sensation, Family on Bikes, answers our questions about what life on the road entails, traveling from Alaska to Argentina… How did the decision to embark on your 18,000 […]
We are so honored to have Caz of yTravel Blog share her travel and Aussie expertise with us for this week’s Travel Tuesday! She takes us on a little ride through the paradise that is Coolangatta, QLD. If you thought the name was fun to say, wait until you discover all that it has to […]
Tripper, Amanda Roberts, takes us on a little trip off the beaten path in her favorite country of Italia. Take a moment to escape to Lucca through her photos… Lucca is one of several popular “day trip” destinations in the Tuscany region of Italy. If you’re visiting Florence, consider taking a day to hop on […]
This is another guest post from Tripper, Joya. Here she recounts what it was like being a vegetarian staying with a local hunting family on the North Island of New Zealand – a true experience of cultural exchange… The air is fresh and cool but with a hint of must, the kind you’re likely to […]
Meet the sensational Lost Girls – three women who chronicled their yearlong round-the-world adventure on their website: LostGirlsWorld. From it, they have published a memoir of their travels and LostGirlsWorld is now the leading travel resource for young women on the road. In addition to providing their stories and expertise, The Lost Girls are doing […]
Melanie Blake, a Tripper currently living in the San Francisco Bay Area after several years of living in France, England and India, shares with us some of her experiences during her two-and-a-half years as an expat in India.
Kim Knott, an American Tripper currently teaching English in Malaga, Spain, reminisces about her favorite things to do in the city where she first fell in love with Spain: Madrid. I’ll admit it, I love big cities. I love big cities for many of the reasons that most people despise big cities. They are crowded, […]
Today I feel like escaping to a city that’s vibrant, yet tranquil; one that offers art, fashion, culture, and great food. I want to be somewhere that is near the hills of wine country and the ocean’s waves. Escape with me. We’re going to Melbourne.
At Tripping, our mission is to make the world a better place by bringing people together, which is why we were excited to learn about a new project called Our Revolution. Their vision is to create positive social change through their creative transmedia project.