Learning to Navigate Backpacker Transport in Cuba Learning to Navigate Backpacker Transport in Cuba
10 Awesome Things To See At Coachella Besides The Music 10 Awesome Things To See At Coachella Besides The Music
7 Pro Tips for An Awesome Coachella 7 Pro Tips for An Awesome Coachella
Why Facebook is Dead for Bloggers Why Facebook is Dead for Bloggers

Latest Adventures

Friday Faces:  The Guard of Jodhpur, India
Portraits

Friday Faces: The Guard of Jodhpur, India

  This is a guest post by Raphael Alexander Zoren of A Journey of Wonders   When I embarked on my roadtrip of Rajasthan, the Indian Land of Kings, one of the last stops was the Mehrangarh Fort of Jodhpur, a place where the royal families of India once lived. Today, the royalty is gone and yet, their guards remained. I first met this unique individual when he was instructing his subordinates to give a cultural demonstration on how to tie a […]

Tips for Making Your Return Home as Smooth as Possible
Travel

Tips for Making Your Return Home as Smooth as Possible

Backpacking can be full of crazy experiences, but the trip back home doesn’t have to be. The thing we love about backpacking is that it allows us travelers to experience everything at the purest level. Unlike some who join a guided tour, backpacking allows travelers to become immersed in the world around them. There’s ups, there’s downs, good times and tough times. Even the hardiest backpacker puts up with a lot of challenges to get that once-in-a-lifetime experience, but when […]

Exploring the Cuban Cigar Factory Tours of Santa Clara
Caribbean / Cuba

Exploring the Cuban Cigar Factory Tours of Santa Clara

If you’ve heard anything about Cuba along your travels there’s a good chance you’ve heard of Cuban cigars. If not, I’m sure you’ve seen the iconic photos. Fidel Castro, or Che Guevera, defiantly blowing off the U.S with big 10” cigars hanging out of their mouths, puffing away at press conferences or hanging out of an old Soviet tank.     Cuban cigars are by far one of Cuba’s most notable exports, along with quality rum and a big F.U […]

Flat Broke in San Ignacio, Belize: Free and Cheap Things to Do
Belize / Central America / Flat Broke In

Flat Broke in San Ignacio, Belize: Free and Cheap Things to Do

So you’ve found yourself in the quaint Belizian border town of San Ignacio. Maybe you’re contemplating shelling out the money for the ATM caves (which we fully recommend). Or maybe you’ve just gone on your cave tour and have decided to hang around the area for a bit longer while the water dries out of your shoes. Either way, you’re probably on a strict budget considering the cave tour runs at about $85+. But don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. […]

The 7 Best Beaches of Latin America
Latin America / Travel

The 7 Best Beaches of Latin America

How could we only choose 7! We understand this is a pretty big call, and we couldn’t name them all, but after traveling extensively throughout Latin America we think we’ve narrowed down a pretty decent list. If you’re a beach lover you’re going to love our list of the 7 best beaches of Latin America.    1. The Corn Islands, Nicaragua How could we go past this place as number 1? Apart from being incredibly untouched and underdeveloped, the islands […]

Exploring the ATM Caves in Belize: A Most Excellent Adventure
Belize / Central America

Exploring the ATM Caves in Belize: A Most Excellent Adventure

The ancient Mayan sacrificial caves of Actun Tunichil Muknal, Belize invoke a rare sense of discovery on the often worn out tourist trail. The genuine feeling of exploration makes the ATM caves one of the most exciting and worthwhile adventures we’ve experienced during our travels, and we couldn’t recommend it enough. If you’ve been following our blog you’ll know that our biggest selling point is budget backpacking. So you might wonder how we were able to justify spending $85USD in […]

Our Failed Attempt to Interview the Mennonites in Belize
Belize / Central America

Our Failed Attempt to Interview the Mennonites in Belize

It’s not often we’d write a post about our failure, but we thought we’d share this funny story with you. As travel bloggers we’re always on the look out to report about the unreported, but on this occasion it just didn’t work out. At the time we were frustrated, but now we look back on it and laugh. Humid days chasing down a ghostlike community, sleeping in a dirty sex motel and surviving off only bread and mustard. This story […]

Sofar Sounds San Francisco
North America / United States

Sofar Sounds San Francisco

  One thing that I deeply miss while backpacking is real homegrown San Francisco music. After spending ten months away from home I was eager to get back to the Bay Area for a good dose of live shows. Not that I hadn’t had my fair share of hot Latin tunes, but I was a little salsa and mariachi’d out. So when my good friend Lauren invited me to a Sofar Sounds San Francisco gig hosted in someone’s living room, […]

Close
Help support Dont Forget To Move
Your follows keep us going