Latest in Wander

  • Keegan Gray
    Published 2 years ago
    Standing Still

    Standing Still

    I am not a stationary person. I like moving around. I like running, climbing, hiking, swimming, exploring—nothing can get me to stand still.
  • Amanda Stamper
    Published 2 years ago
    How To Travel Cheap In Europe

    How To Travel Cheap In Europe

    Traveling cheap through Europe has never been easier. With the plunging value of the euro, the increase of budget airlines, and the “sharing economy” (think Airbnb and Uber), it's now easier than ever to get the most out of your Eurotrip. But with so many cool European cities to check out, planning your Eurotrip can still be an overwhelming experience, especially if it's your first time in Europe. Here are some great tips to make your trip to Europe the most exciting it can be, without putting you in debt!
  • Hunter Cordes
    Published 2 years ago
    A Backpacker's Tale

    A Backpacker's Tale

    I had somehow found a way to follow through with my word.
  • Lela Harris
    Published 2 years ago
    Runcation

    Runcation

    I love doing two things in life, running and travelling. One day I was sitting at my computer and thought, why not combine the two? You see, I have this goal to run a race in every state, and I love running so "runcation" was born. I am going to tell you about my Seattle runcation.
  • Francesca Goti
    Published 2 years ago
    A Solo Travel in Venice

    A Solo Travel in Venice

    There are places that have nothing to do with our ideas of home, family and affections. Places that nothing have in common with important moments of our lifes. And yet, sometimes some of this places steals our hearts and minds, until they become “places of body and mind” where you go to find something, and that something is often yourself.
  • Uchizi Phakati
    Published 2 years ago
    Life the African Way

    Life the African Way

    The same old saying "Early to bed, early to rise" is a bit twisted when it comes to typical African life. I left the city for the village when I got a call from an anonymous person who informed me of my grandmother's mysterious death. You'd be wondering why I didn't bother confirming it. It's because that's how it goes—people change their contacts again and again for reasons like, "I borrowed money and the owner keeps calling." I understand that is the only escape plan preferred. By not asking how she died, I saved myself from hearing causes I don't believe. Magic, Witchcraft, and Beliefs these are leading factors they would use to convince me with.
  • Kader Folles
    Published 2 years ago
    Making a Living on the Road

    Making a Living on the Road

    A question that gets thrown around a lot and one I'm sure hundreds of people are dying to know the answer to is 'How do you make a living while on the road'. Having a 'normal' job with a fixed premise is just not possible. Yet there are endless stories, including mine, of people who have swapped their nine to five job for a life on the road. Being a wild, free traveler isn't as simple as quitting your job, buying a van, and going! You need a way of generating an income, something that can stop your dream in its tracks. However there are hundreds of ways to generate money while travelling, and there is bound to be one that suits you!
  • Maddie Green
    Published 2 years ago
    How to Travel the Right Way
  • Kader Folles
    Published 2 years ago
    The Three Van-Dwellers

    The Three Van-Dwellers

    Having broken down again, we were feeling pretty worse for wear. We were pulled up at the side of a small country road, somewhere in the south of France. However that day, our bad luck seemed to be balanced with an equal amount of good luck. A small red car began to pull up, all faded and battered. It almost looked as if it had stories to tell. We dreaded it. We couldn’t speak a word of French, how are we going to explain our problem? The man stepped out and began to walk towards us. He had a rather daunting look about him, like a man who had seen a lot. The tattoos on his arms were faded and scared, the lines on his face told a story of his life but his eyes were bright. He had a certain kindness in his face. As he approached us he spoke, in a deep Scottish accent.