France: Join The Cool Cosmopolitan Crowd and Explore Corsica — Eat Sleep Love Travel

Corsica is a stunning island located in the Mediterranean sea, located southeast of the French mainland and west of the Italian Peninsula and one of the 18 regions of France. It is the fourth largest island in the Mediterranean, after Sicily, Sardinia and Cyprus, yet mountains make up two-thirds of the island. However, there are still many breathtaking and interesting places to visit on the island especially […]

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3 Things to Know Before You Go: Dubai — Travel-Stained

Did you know Dubai has a dress code? Here are 3 things you should know before you go…

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11 travel tips to survive Egypt and Jordan — Hot Foot Trini

One of the coolest overland (and over sea) trips I’ve ever done was from Egypt to Jordan. Stops included Cairo, Aswan, Luxor, Hurghada, Mount Sinai, and Dahab in Egypt and Aqaba, Wadi Rum, Petra, the Dead Sea, Mount Nebo, and Amman in Jordan. Here are 11 practical tips to help smooth your transition into these […]

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Hobo Photo Of The Day – It Takes Time

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I took this from inside the face of a clock.

I was visiting the Musee D’orsay in Paris, France when the gallery tour lead me to a dead end and the back of a massive clock. I’m not even sure if it worked. I never saw any moving pieces or mechanisms. I didn’t care what time it read.

Time seemed to stand still momentarily as I stood there staring at it.

My time in Europe was coming to an end. In less than a week, I’d have to give up my daily routine of exploring new cities and fly back home to Canada.

It didn’t matter. I was still standing in a foreign country, in an art museum, inside the face of giant clock. Somewhere that I’d never been before. Somewhere that I might never see again. I checked the time.

I was thankful.

Why Walk When You Could Die Instead: Transport in Africa — LOOK WHAT WE DONE!

Death is coming for us all. This song and dance we call life is fleeting, and the curtain could close on any of us at any time. This is the thought train that leaves my mental station whenever I find myself seated between four or more wheels here in Africa. Africa is what my Nana […]

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My Experience Volunteering on a Game Reserve in South Africa — Tasha’s Oyster

Last year I did something I had always dreamed of doing, volunteering with wildlife in South Africa. I stayed for two weeks on a game reserve and helped out with a range activities each day. After many backpacking adventures, volunteering abroad was a whole new experience. Instead of worrying about what I wanted to do […]

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Hobo Photo Of The Day – On The Rocks

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Early fall 2016, I took this while hiking near the Vermillion River near Sudbury, Ontario, Canada.

I heard the roar of a million leaves. There were tracks in the dirt. I was all alone but I knew that something had been here before me. I walked for hours and all I heard was the wind. Through the trees, I saw a bird soaring through the sky. I thought about death. Could he see me? Could he sense my anticipation?

I kicked my feet up on the banks of a river. On the rocks, I smoked a cigarette. I contemplated the weight of my existence. The river didn’t give a shit about me. There were waves stretching back across time and space. I thought about life. How far can we see? Is there meaning in meaningless things?