Following the election of a conservative government, a peaceful, non-partisan group of Australian citizens decided to organize a nationwide protest against the policies of the federal government. March in March was a chance for citizens to express their disagreement over the governments decisions. Vagabond Journey was there to see what they had to say.
What life is like leading tourist in the DPRK.
On not losing the traveler mind.
Laowai Comics is a biweekly web comic about the expat/ traveler life in China. This week shows what life is like when you understand Chinese.
A tale of real modern vagabonding, continued.
A photo essay featuring the Pamir Highway, which traverses through Afghanistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, and Kyrgyzstan in Central Asia.
Part 1 of a harrowing tale of vagabonding the islands of Indonesia.
Laowai Comics is a biweekly web comic about the expat/ traveler life in China. Read the full archives at LaowaiComics.com
An exploration into three simple mindsets that will enable you to travel anywhere.
A dive into the quintessential Chinese tourist experience.
A look into an easy way to make the most of your travels, get to amazing places, and meet interesting people.
A simple tip with wide ranging implications on how to fall between the cracks of the system.
It had been raining all week. The sky was completely blanketed in grey. A visit to the colored lakes of Kelimutu, Indonesia.
The politics and worldview of China's new generation.
A story of traveling into the deserts of southern California and finding a small highway town that was born out of a dream.
Naoki Kaneko travels the world playing ice hockey. He's this week's guest on Vagabond Journey's Atypical Travelers series.
China's scrambled mix of ancient customs and modern context is no better seen than in beauty practices.
Entire Western style towns have been popping up around China in droves over the past couple of decades. Bianca Bosker, the author of Original Copies, explains where it all came from and what it means.