November 11th, 2010 marked the 50th day of my life as a vegetarian. I didn’t seek the vegetarian lifestyle rather that it found me. In fact, I didn’t realize that I hadn’t eaten any meat for the first month (it is easy to travel through India without eating meat), until someone asked me if I was a vegetarian. Click here to read more.
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I decided to take a public bus for the first time during my travels in India. A four hour journey from Kayamkulam to Ernakulam in the state of Kerala may not seem like that much of an experience, but let me remind you, this is India! Click here to read more.
Traveling solo anywhere for an extended period of time is a unique experience. It’s a time to really get to know the person you are. It’s a time to reflect and rediscover your likes and dislikes. Click here to read more.
You probably already know that Argentina is known for its red wine and read meat, but there is so much more to food in this wonderful country. The culinary options are endless, and Adam Seper of World Travel for Couples is here to outline all you need to know about eating your way around Argentina.
People have been hitchhiking for more than 100 years, but in America it seems that fear is slowly killing the tradition, encouraged in some countries, frowned upon in others. Here, The Feral Scribe looks at public attitudes regarding hitchhikers, a little studied subculture of American travel.