How to Make a Travel Video That Doesn’t Suck

Stuck in the mud in remote Bolivia

Your vacation is awesome. And you probably want to capture that awesomeness, and make a lifelong souvenir out of that awesomeness, that you’ll watch and cherish and show your kids for years. But if you’ve ever tried to film your vacation, you might’ve realized by now that you’ve never actually watched any of those videos. […]

Embrace Travel Without Fear

Travel without fear

Enter your email below and start restoring your faith in humanity  [mc4wp_form] Our goal is to embrace travel without fear of that which is foreign. Without fear of people who are different. Sign up for our newsletter to keep your sense of travel alive. As travelers, we are as alarmed as anyone by the recent order […]

Your New Years Resolution to Travel in 2017

  You need travel motivation for 2017.   “I’ve always wanted to go to _____________. It’s just never been the right time.” You’ve all heard this line before. And you’ve always had a great travel plan in mind. One week navigating the cultural maze of Japan. A five-day hike to magical Machu Picchu. Two weeks gallivanting […]

Video Update 12/28 – Live from the MIDDLE OF THE WORLD!

Live from the Ecuator!

It’s a video update, live from the MIDDLE OF THE WORLD….. We’ve finally left our comfort hemisphere to take our first steps into the Southern Hemisphere – this morning, we crossed the equator! It’s the farthest south any of us have ever gone. This would be an even bigger deal, but our sights aren’t on […]

After College: Why Travel Is Right For Your Career

Can young, career-oriented Americans benefit from the European custom of extended travel before entering the workforce? Young, career-oriented Americans don’t travel. Sure, we enjoy hard-earned one to two week vacations, short respites from our work, but do we really see the world? As exciting as a vacation to some wonder of the world like Machu […]

Chapter 26: A Costa Rican Reunion

  The following post details the Global Goulets’ journey from August 3 to August 16 (Days 114 – 139): Eric didn’t remember much about Luisa. His old babysitter, who worked with his family up until he was 5 years old, had dissolved into not much more than a fading memory. “She was so wonderful with you,” […]