Guilherme Ribeiro

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13 Questions You Should Ask Before Traveling Long Term

If you’re reading this article, you’re probably about to hit the road for your gap-year trip and need a last-minute check, just to be sure you’ve covered everything. Or maybe you’re in the early stages of planning and gathering information about your upcoming trip. Either way, you’ll find answers to common questions travelers ask before...

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Why You Should Consider Slow Travel

If you’ve ever come across the term “slow travel” and weren’t so sure what it meant, the first thing to understand is that it’s not only about how fast you travel. Slow Travel is a branch of the Slow Movement, which encompasses many different categories such as Slow Medicine, Slow Parenting, Slow Photography, and many...

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How to Start Traveling, Even When You’re Broke

When you ask people the biggest reason why they don’t travel, it usually boils down to not having enough money. This implies that in order to go on an adventure, you have to be willing to spend a lot, but fortunately, that’s not the case. Traveling has never been cheaper!

Mini Guide to Morocco

Morocco is a country located in the northeast of Africa with a long coastline covering the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. Its name means “the place where the sun sets” in the Berber language. The majority of the population is comprised of Arabs and Berbers, a tribe that lives mainly in the mountainous region...

15 Countries for First-Time Travelers

If you’re itching to start your first big adventure but you’re not entirely sure where to begin, don’t worry – there are plenty of ideal destinations for first-timers. Essentially, you’re probably looking for safe places that are easy to navigate.

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14 Ways to Make the Most of Your Destination

You’ve taken some time off, booked accommodation and flights, and now, it’s just a matter of embarking on your new adventure. However, it’s equally important to know what to do once you arrive at your new destination. You should mix a bit of research while leaving some room for spontaneity; in that way you know...

How to Survive a Trip to India

Even if you hear enough negative stories to consider it a no-go area, you should still visit India and have your own experience. Yes, it won’t be easy, but you can rest assured you’ll never forget the adventures you’ll go through, whether they’re incredible or nerve-racking.