Learn how to take your adventures to the next level by watching this video about making a SICK mountain bike edit! hahaha
There are some places you just click with, even after only two days there. Read about Chris’s 2 Days In Burlington, Vermont.
Chris takes examines what it means to be an introvert traveler, and reads a recent guest post on how he came to realize his introversion and the life change he made to embrace it.
Many people believe that vagabonding is a dangerous pursuit, reserved only for the stoutest of characters. But Lauren Juliff of Neverending Footsteps proves that everyone can enjoy traveling the world.
Meet Travis and Julie, two 20-something professionals living and working in Maine, who spend their weekends on a motorcycle traveling around New England, experience the road trip in a way most others can’t.
A guest post from blogger & author Michaela Chung of IntrovertSpring.com about traveling the world and having adventures as an introvert. Expectations will be subverted.
Short term travel can make it difficult to meet new people. For introverts, that challenge is all the greater, but with a simple “Aha!” moment, all that can change.
To cure our cabin fever, we took a short day hike through the Androscoggin Riverlands State Park, walking on the icy river, snapping some photographs along the way, and rejuvenating our souls.
In the first episode of PTV’s Travel Hackers Podcast, Chris interviews Anne Bryant, a part-time vagabond and sailor who lives much of the year on a 32 foot sailboat.
PTV’s Travel Hackers host Chris Cavallari introduces the world to the life of the part time traveler. In this inaugural episode, Chris explains what PTV’s Travel Hackers Podcast is all about, and what travelers, adventurers, and outdoors afficionados can expect from the podcast.