CATEGORY: Reporters on the Road

The Gentlemen Journal
The Gentlemen Journal: Learn How To Travel The World Like An Influencer On A Dime
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It's one thing to daydream about life on the road and traveling to foreign lands, but Nash Finley of The Nomadic People made his dream of doing so a reality. After sweeping his better half off her feet, the two explorers set off for their first trip together and the rest was history. 

We recently tracked this nomad down to get his side of the story! Along with tips, bucket-list inspiration and trips gone wrong, Nash paints us a picture of what life on the road is like from an insiders perspective. 

Photography by The Nomadic People

 

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Real Women Report
Real Women Report: This Adventurer Has Been Living On The Road For The Last 3 Years
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The skill of true minimalism is actually quite rare to come by. As humans we naturally collect and spend colossal amounts of money on home decor, plants, art, clothing and things of all types to provide visual presentation to our lifestyle. What if one day you ditched 90% everything you owned and swapped your home decor for real life desert landscape, roads untraveled and sights unseen? For Kim Finley the trade was surprisingly simple. 

This adventure seeking, story telling traveler has been living life on the road with her husband and VW van for the past three years. Kim believes traveling is the only expense that makes you richer and value the experiences and memories of an adventure more than any possessions. We couldn't agree more. Keep reading for more on Kim's outlook on exploring, travel advice and more. 

Photography by: The Nomadic People

 

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Pink Architecture
Captured By A Pair Of Travel Bloggers, This Is The Cuba Itinerary Of Your Dreams!
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The Cuban

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Ever since Cuba opened its doors to tourists, we’ve been having level-9 freakouts about how stunning the small Caribbean country is. With its beautiful and crusty old 16th century architecture and classic Spanish Colonial style, Cuba offers an experience that seems to be almost frozen in time. The warm beaches and lush overgrowth of the countryside, the bustling beat of Havana, and the incredibly charming people of this island make it seem alive with authenticity.

The brilliant duo behind the lens at travel and photography blog This is The Place I Was Telling You About recently trekked to Cuba with the Cuba Travel Network. Not only were they willing to share their insanely gorgeous photos, but they’ve also given us the full scoop on their trip. Read on for the highlights.

Words & Photos by R'el Dade & Marcus Lloyd for This Is The Place I Was Telling You About

 

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The Gentlemen Journal
The Gentlemen Journal: Budgeting Life On The Road With Hello America's Matt Jozwiak
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by The Venue Report

 

As you know we are all about the ladies here at The Venue Report. We love to feature inspiring girl bosses and get to know them better on our ongoing series Real Women Report. But what about the boys, right? The Gentlemen Journal is here to the rescue with some of the coolest chaps to give us the inside look into their lives and business ventures in all genres. 

To kick off The Gentlemen Journal is Hello America's Matt Jozwiak. You may have read about his better half, Kristen on our last Real Women Report. There are always two sides to every story and Matt's here to give us the male's perspective of Hello America - complete with advice for adventurers on the road, ways they expanded their dollar and more. 

Photography by Hello America

 

Hello America's Matt Jozwiak Shares About Life On The Road

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Travel Advice + Tips
Tips And Tricks Through Traveling Asia With This Millennial Adventure Expert
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We recently chatted with Ian Agrimis about point, miles and all things Europe. Lucky for you we snagged him for the scoop on his latest adventure through Asia. 

"My passion for traveling grew out of a profound love for aviation. I loved planes, airports and the whole traveling experience from the moment I started traveling by air at a very young age. Fast forward a number of years and I was in college in LA and could see all these big planes flying in to LAX from all over the world, I started thinking that I really needed to get onboard one of these magnificent machines and fly somewhere far outside the US border (which I had done, but it had been a long time). However, since I was in college and had limited funds for far flung international air travel, I discovered the ability to use credit cards to earn tons of miles and points which could be redeemed for aspirational travel experiences." says Ian. Fast forward again, after a number of successful trips financed almost entirely with miles, he was hooked. Couple the passion for traveling with a growing interest in video production, Ian started making videos each time he would go somewhere so that he could share those experiences with others. Documenting his experiences became second nature and sharing his tips and tricks eventually evolved into his new company, Capture Unlimited. Keep scrolling for the deets on of his latest adventure. 

Credits: Ian Agrimis

 


 

What prompted this trip?

Ian: This recent trip to Asia was prompted by a sudden realization that there would be a significant amount of time that everyone was free and that the next time that might be the case was unknown. A few calls to a travel agent confirmed space was available on this river boat during the same time everyone was free and the rest is history.

 

How to get more bang for your buck while traveling Asia

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