Which Type of Traveler Are You?

4. The Shoppers

Do you know that person who buys everything they see? Their logic is that they don’t know when they’ll be back, so it’s better to buy everything they can when they have the chance.

Shoppers carry massive backpacks and are always complaining about the weight. They also spend a fortune shipping boxes back home, so they have more room to buy new stuff. They’re the perfect travelers to ask about markets and different souvenirs.

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5. The Minimalist

Minimalists have no interest in material possessions. All their stuff fits in a carry-on day pack, so nobody ever sees them checking their bags in. They carry so little that some people actually mistake them for locals as they’re not carrying the classic big backpacks.

The crazy thing is that sometimes they act like Mary Poppins, managing to take 15 different outfits from their tiny little bag. Plus, they’re the masters of mixing and matching just a few items of clothing!

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6. The Budget Traveler

Most commonly associated with backpackers, budget travelers know all the tricks to pay the minimum possible for their trips. Although sometimes they need to skip some expensive destinations or attractions, it doesn’t mean they don’t have an awesome time.

They tend to band together in hostels (or Couchsurfing) and are willing to take a 12-hour bus trip just to save a couple of bucks. Budget travelers are more likely to be found in Southeast Asia, India, and South America.

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Styles of Wrestling from Around the World

Most of us are familiar with World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE). This brand rose in popularity within the 1980s, thanks to the likes of Hulk Hogan and “Macho Man” Randy Savage, who placed wrestling on the pop culture map. As time wore on, the WWE has built a mass marketing and entertainment empire through their larger-than-life personalities, including the likes of Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Rock, and Triple H. Still, why some out there can state the WWE does profile some wrestling, it is a far cry from the true techniques that are involved in the sport itself.

Why You Should Travel While You’re Still Young

If you’re worried about embarking on a travel adventure and wondering whether it’ll negatively affect your life, the simple answer is “no, it won’t.” In fact, when you stop to take a closer look at it, the benefits considerably outweigh the risks. While in the past it may have looked like a frivolous undertaking, nowadays it’s considered a character-defining experience. If you have the chance to travel now, take it without thinking as your future-self will be forever grateful for the lessons, friends, and memories you will make.

Most Intense Long-Distance Marathons (Not for the Faint of Heart)

For those among us who love a challenge, these long-distance marathons and outdoor challenges are activities that can only be attempted after years of training, with the right gear, and only by those who are mentally ready to undergo such a feat. Here are some of the most intense and challenging marathons in the world.