Coffee drinker, photo lover, nomadic traveler since 2006. Found at www.ottsworld.com
If it’s adventure you crave, no matter how quirky, America has it; from odd roadside attractions to mountains, to beaches, to dessert and even icy lakes. To give you ideas for your next American adventure, here’s a few that I’ve experienced ranging from traditional to adrenaline pumping, to odd.
GO WHERE FEW PEOPLE HAVE GONE BEFORE
You’ve cruised to the Caribbean, around the Greek Islands, down the Danube River in Europe, and maybe you’ve even made it to Antarctica – what’s left for you in the cruising world? Why not head north, way north; high above the Arctic Circle lays Wrangel Island.
Break away from the popular destinations and find alternatives that will save you money and give you a much more enjoyable experience. Why not be a leader instead of a follower?
When we think of snow adventures, the first thing that comes to mind is skiing. However, what if you are like me and aren’t fond of hurdling out of control downhill towards trees? I missed the boat when it came to skiing for some reason, it never really appealed to me. So this winter I set out to find great winter adventure alternatives to skiing.
One of the main things on everyone’s packing list is a camera. It doesn’t matter if it’s a phone camera, a point-and-shoot, or a DSLR with interchangeable lenses – what makes a great photo memory of a holiday is how you take the picture, not what you take the picture with.
Top 10 questions a nomadic travel writer gets asked. I often have no idea where I will be staying or sleeping more than a few weeks out. I have no idea where I will be or what I will be doing next year. There is nothing predictable about my life. In fact – the only certainty is uncertainty.