Best Reads: March 2014

Best Reads: March 2014

Once a month, we pick our favourite posts from other travel blogs from the last month, and tell you why they’re worth reading or why we connected with them in particular; our best reads of the month!

Enjoy!

Is it Really Possible to ‘Live Life to the Fullest’? from Wandering Earl

Can you really have everything you want in life? Earl reflects on how, despite the fact that he’s been travelling all of his adult life, there are still times when he wonders what it would’ve been like to take a more traditional route in life.

How to Use Airbnb and Have a Great Experience from Adventurous Kate

As big fans of airbnb, we loved Kate‘s guide on how to use this wonderful service.

What is Your Responsibility as a Traveler? from Twenty-Something Travel

Although these are all things I know in theory and try to do anyway, it was nice to have this reminder from Stephanie of these basic, but very important things we should all be doing when we travel.

How to Speak to Someone who Doesn’t Speak Your Language from Indiana Jo

Jo perfectly captures the dos and don’ts of being a supportive native speaker to someone trying to speak your language. As both a language learner and EFL teacher, I can relate a lot to these, and was grateful for the reminder.

Turning fear into possibilities! from Heart of a Vagabond

In this very honest, touching and inspiring post, Yara discusses how she turned her fears around on themselves and how you can too.