travel tips

No matter how much you plan, there are bound to be bumps in the road; tips to ensure the optimal travel experience.

  • Benjamin Hecker
    Published 3 years ago
    Right on Red State: Florida Wildlife

    Right on Red State: Florida Wildlife

    Everything in Florida WILL try to kill you. Alligators, mosquitoes, Floridians, they all have the capacity to kill you.
  • Kim Hastings
    Published 3 years ago
    Traveling the Oregon Coast

    Traveling the Oregon Coast

    Come closer. I need to share something. The Oregon Coast may be this country's best-kept secret for a summer trip. I know, Oregon is so renowned for rain its best football team is the “Ducks.” It is nearly rain free during the summer months. June-September is a magical time to see a magical place. In fact, the real rainfall doesn't even begin until after Halloween.
  • Benjamin Hecker
    Published 3 years ago
    Right on Red State: Florida Weather

    Right on Red State: Florida Weather

    Florida is hot. It's an undeniable fact, yet tourists feel the need to point it out. Floridians, and people who live in Florida, but don't want to be labelled as Floridians, are well aware that it is hot outside. Don't feel the need to remind them for the sake of small talk. They all know the statewide high temperatures are caused by Florida's proximity to the equator, and the low elevation making Florida very close to Hell.
  • Gareth Johnson
    Published 3 years ago
    Borocay Beach Time

    Borocay Beach Time

    The Philippines is a fascinating country — an archipelago consisting of over seven thousand islands.
  • Benjamin Hecker
    Published 3 years ago
    Right on Red State: Florida Highways

    Right on Red State: Florida Highways

    As of the writing of this article, there are twelve major interstate highways in Florida. We can assure you that we will not be updating this article if any more are built, so don’t try to correct us. Of the twelve, nine interstate highways never leave the state of Florida, which makes one question the meaning of the word interstate. They are Interstates 4, 10, 75, 95, 110, 175, 275, 375, 195, 295, 395, 595. The last eight are just roads the connect the first four, which explains why they don't connect to other states. This leaves one highway, I-4. It technically shouldn't even be part of the Interstate System as it doesn't run through multiple states. This is the first strike against “Interstate” 4.
  • Samantha S.
    Published 3 years ago
    11 Tips for Traveling Abroad

    11 Tips for Traveling Abroad

    1. Put your phone on airplane mode and keep it that way the entire trip!
  • Benjamin Hecker
    Published 3 years ago
    Right on Red State
  • Gareth Johnson
    Published 3 years ago
    The Temples of Ubud

    The Temples of Ubud

    Indonesia’s holiday island of Bali is a stunning destination — the warm, tropical weather, the friendly people, the huge range of accommodation and dining options, or you could just focus on the spectacular beaches.
  • Gareth Johnson
    Published 3 years ago
    Prague: A Travel Guide

    Prague: A Travel Guide

    Prague is one of those European cities that's almost too good to be true — beautiful, fairy-tale architecture, vibrant culture and nightlife, and warm and friendly locals.
  • Gareth Johnson
    Published 3 years ago
    Diving Into the Swimming Ponds of Hampstead Heath in London

    Diving Into the Swimming Ponds of Hampstead Heath in London

    London is one of those cities that seems to make you work hard to discover some of its best features.
  • Miranda O'Conner
    Published 3 years ago
    Best Vacation Spots In Alaska

    Best Vacation Spots In Alaska

    Of all the states in the US, Alaska is the largest, and yet also among least populated. This is a shame, since the state possesses such natural beauty. At the northern reaches of the planet, in a land divided by ice and snow, there remain such sights that you can only dream of.
  • Gareth Johnson
    Published 3 years ago
    Barcelona: A Gay Travel Guide

    Barcelona: A Gay Travel Guide

    It’s no wonder that Barcelona is such a popular destination – drawing people from across Europe and the world to enjoy its unique combination of warm weather, beach-side location, and a seeming insatiable appetite for good times.