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In 2012, I packed all I owned into my car and drove from Florida to California. One year later, I packed what I needed into a backpack and flew to Peru.
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I'm looking at staying for about 2 months in the 15th arrondissement in Paris, near the Rue du Commerce. I know this is a very residential neighborhood, with nothing touristic, and I am a bit worried I will be bored. I am used to staying in the 6... See More
Ah, yes, the unending debate over best places to stay in Paris. :) Well, at first, I was looking to stay near the Eiffel Tower, and I REALLY wanted a view of the Eiffel Tower from my flat's window. I have found such a place, but it is in Passy (1... See More
I'd like to use one city as a base for 3 months, and from there, explore the rest of Western Europe. Which cities would be good for this in terms of ease of living and ease of getting from one city to the next? See More
My biggest tip is to book as early as you possibly can. As the most popular hike to Machu Picchu, the Inca Trail can sell out several months in advance because it requires a permit; a maximum of 500 permits are allowed per day. For 2015, April throug... See More
I'm looking at a long-term stay in the Portola district in SF, but it looks very out of the way and not very accessible via public transit. I will not have a car with me, so I'm worried it'll be hard to get anywhere or do anything.Do you ... See More
That's exciting! You will LOVE Peru! One thing you must do if you want off the beaten path, is hike to Choquequirao. I never went, but I met a woman who traveled there and she said the experience was amazing--better than her trip to Machu Picchu. She... See More
Taxes aren't very fun to talk about, but many globetrotters need advice on it! Lots of travelers work online or grab odd jobs in each country they visit, while maintaining residency/citizenship in a different country. This obviously gets tricky w... See More
Oh, this is tough one! Florida obviously has many awesome beaches.St Augustine has old-school charm--it's the oldest city in the USA! (Well, before Pensacola natives get mad at me, to be specific, St. Augustine is the oldest continuously occupied Eur... See More