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5 Dos and Don’ts of South Africa

5 Dos and Don’ts of South Africa

[ 0 ] April 10, 2018 |

South Africa is a beautiful country with many activities to delight any traveler. It’s a country that can satisfy the thrill-seeker and the “room with a view” traveler all on the same trip. The people are wonderful, helpful and friendly. Despite what you hear on the news, as long as you stay smart, you will […]

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Asheville NC – Must Try Brews and Breweries

Asheville NC – Must Try Brews and Breweries

[ 0 ] February 23, 2018 |

Asheville was the first stop on our truck camping adventure – and it was so awesome that it was nearly the last! We checked out as many breweries as we could, and diligently noted our favorite craft beers. Below is my compilation of ‘must try’ breweries and beers in this great city. Note – My […]

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Florida Keys – How to Camp for Cheap or Free

Florida Keys – How to Camp for Cheap or Free

[ 0 ] February 22, 2018 |

This post is part of the truck camping series that follows Lauren Fellure and Patrick Holt’s journey around North America in a truck camper. For more background on what they’re doing, check out this article.  One of my top goals for the first leg of our truck camping journey was to get scuba certified so […]

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Truck Camping – The Life of a Digital Nomad

Truck Camping – The Life of a Digital Nomad

[ 0 ] January 14, 2018 |

How I downsized my life to the size of a truck camper. Remember Chris Farley’s ‘Living in a van down by the river‘ skit? As a kid, I loved this and the iconic ‘Shitter’s Full‘ line from Christmas Vacation. I always thought these were absurd scenarios one would never hope to be in. Fast-forward 15 […]

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Food Finds on the Islands of Belize

Food Finds on the Islands of Belize

[ 0 ] January 4, 2018 |

Located off the mainland of Belize these two small islands pack a big punch when it comes to cuisine boasting with restaurants for  everyones palette. Caye Caulker Known for its laid-back, back-packer atmosphere, the smaller island of Caye Caulker is accessible from Belize City by water taxi or plane. Smaller and less touristy than Ambergris […]

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Clearwater, Florida on a Budget

Clearwater, Florida on a Budget

[ 0 ] November 18, 2017 |

Traveling in style at luxury resorts may appeal to your mind, however this type may not appeal so much to your wallet. You would be surprised at how many wonderful places you can travel, and still have fun, while not breaking the bank. Clearwater, Florida is one of those places. Clearwater offers year-round endless supply […]

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Asheville NC – Must Try Brews and Breweries

Asheville NC – Must Try Brews and Breweries

[ 0 ] February 23, 2018 |

Asheville was the first stop on our truck camping adventure – and it was so awesome that it was nearly the last! We checked out as many breweries as we could, and diligently noted our favorite craft beers. Below is my compilation of ‘must try’ breweries and beers in this great city. Note – My […]

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Florida Keys – How to Camp for Cheap or Free

Florida Keys – How to Camp for Cheap or Free

[ 0 ] February 22, 2018 |

This post is part of the truck camping series that follows Lauren Fellure and Patrick Holt’s journey around North America in a truck camper. For more background on what they’re doing, check out this article.  One of my top goals for the first leg of our truck camping journey was to get scuba certified so […]

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Truck Camping – The Life of a Digital Nomad

Truck Camping – The Life of a Digital Nomad

[ 0 ] January 14, 2018 |

How I downsized my life to the size of a truck camper. Remember Chris Farley’s ‘Living in a van down by the river‘ skit? As a kid, I loved this and the iconic ‘Shitter’s Full‘ line from Christmas Vacation. I always thought these were absurd scenarios one would never hope to be in. Fast-forward 15 […]

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Tramper Chronicles | Finding the Perfect Truck Camper

Tramper Chronicles | Finding the Perfect Truck Camper

[ 0 ] November 14, 2016 |

As a rite of passage for transitioning from your 20s and into your 30s, you start re-evaluating your life and planning for your future. This leads most people to settle down, buy houses, invest assets, and plan for a family. If you’re Patrick and me, it leads you toward the decision to turn your Tacoma into a truck […]

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