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How Not To Visit Every Country In The World. My 5 Failed Attempts At Yemen…

197 countries in the world, it’s taken me 10 years to reach 195. Aside from a year teaching English in Chiang Mai, Thailand and a year in Sydney, Australia during my only ‘real’ job, I’ve been on the road, averaging ...
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#Travel Goals. My 2016 Recap – 30 countries, $200k+, 64 flights!

As the new year bounces in with all too familiar hangovers and false promises, I think it’s important to take a while and reflect on our previous year. Too often, we get caught up in the hectic nature of life in the 21st century and w...
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5 Things to See in Dubai

Dubai is a thriving hotsport of tourism, growing seemingly exponentially year on year. UAE’s most visited Emirate publically stated that they don’t want to be over reliant on oil for their revenue streams, so less than twenty ye...
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5 Places You HAVE to See in Israel

Israel blew my expectations out of the water, and traveling in Israel is something that I urge all backpackers to do. The people were super friendly, the food had me excited every meal time, the nightlife is banging, the beaches are beautif...
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Hiking in Mitzpe Ramon

If you’re chasing some off-the-beaten-track awesomeness, then Machtesh Ramon (Ramon Crator) in Mitzpe Ramon is your place. Quite why this place isn’t on every backpackers Israeli schedule is beyond me, and I have no doubt that before long t...
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5 Things to Do in Tel Aviv

Staying at the very awesome HaYakorn 48 hostel, undoubtedly the best hostel in Tel Aviv, I was struggling to drag myself away from the beach. Everytime you leave the hostel’s doors, you’re face with fine sands beaches and the crystal clear...
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