Posts by Jeremy


Updated on: 10/14/18One of the things we looked forward to the most when traveling north was viewing animals in Alaska. From aquatic life to mountain dwellers, Alaska has an abundance of wildlife that is often one of the top bucket list goals for those visiting the state. We were quite fortunate to see almost all manner of wildlife during our cruise and visit to Denali National Park, and in this one we are sharing a few of our...

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Updated on: 10/11/18TravelCon is a new conference for travel bloggers put on by the team behind Nomadic Matt- one of the world's most popular travel blogs. The first conference took place in late 2018 in Austin, Texas, and offered three full days of sessions, networking opportunities, events, and more (in similar construct to the competing conference TBEX which has been around for the better part of a decade). But as TBEX has had a...

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Updated on: 10/2/18When we are at home, we like to have constant reminders of our travels. From the random knick-knacks to hand painted artwork we pick up on the road, our house is covered with decorations that remind us of where we've been over the years. But one of our favorite pieces of travel art is one that does not come from our travels, but is about our travels- our world map! For many years we were settled with a DIY travel...

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Updated on: 10/9/18For many years TBEX owned the travel blogger conference scene and put up conferences in North America, Europe, and Asia. In 2018 a new conference came along, TravelCon by Nomadic Matt, and seeks to disrupt the standard. I attended both conferences in 2018 (TBEX in the Finger Lakes, NY and TravelCon in Austin, Texas) and as a serial conference attendee thought it would be appropriate to put in my two cents on which...

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Updated on: 09/18/18In 2018 we hopped aboard the Norwegian Jewel for an Alaskan cruise that was many years in the making (about five by our count). We were making this trip with our families for a big adventure that included a DIY add-on to Denali National Park and spanned well over two weeks. As with most cruises we go on, we pick our ships based on the itinerary and dates first, and then hope for the best with the on-board amenities...

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