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What To Do If You’re Arrested Overseas

What To Do If You’re Arrested Overseas

In Thailand, it’s illegal to throw your used gum on the sidewalk. In Zimbabwe, it’s illegal to make an offensive gesture to a presidential motorcade. In Italy, punching someone is technically considered a felony. The point? Sometimes you can get in trouble for things you hadn’t even considered in your [...]

Get Out the Door! 5 Awesome Travel Videos

Get Out the Door! 5 Awesome Travel Videos

There’s a certain form of torture that us travelers can’t help but inflict on ourselves. It’s watching other people do amazing things and then moping around for weeks because of this simple fact: it’s not us out there in the great blistering nowhere, screaming into the mad winds or sailing [...]

Going On Long Walks: An Interview with Travel Writer Rolf Potts

Going On Long Walks: An Interview with Travel Writer Rolf Potts

    My copy of Rolf Potts’s first book, Vagabonding: An Uncommon Guide to the Art of Long-Term World Travel, is full of coffee stains and ripping at the seams. The cover is tattered, faded by the sun and may have the dirt of several continents ground into its pages. [...]

Steps To Skydive Certification

Steps To Skydive Certification

  I’m sick of being limited to a terrestrial existence. Could things be any blander? It’s time to take to the sky. Feel the harsh winds blistering across my face and see the ground advancing like the fist of Hades to crush my skull. But then I’ll pull the chute, [...]

Food Poisoning: How to Avoid It

Food Poisoning: How to Avoid It

  Aside from getting arrested or mauled by a polar bear, getting food poisoning while traveling is one of the best ways to ruin an otherwise fabulous trip. With a sensitive stomach and a penchant for making poor decisions where delicious but dubious food vendors are concerned, I speak from [...]

Ruby Serrano in Ilocos Norte, Philippines

Ruby Serrano in Ilocos Norte, Philippines

Here’s a wonderful picture from Bangui Windmills at Ilocos Norte, Philippines!  Me and my Mom are using pacsafe for travel and it is always a pleasure and secure to travel around knowing that we are using our pacsafe, I have the metrosafe 100 GII while my mom uses the pacsafe [...]

Emelita T. Serrano with her Citysafe 100

Emelita T. Serrano with her Citysafe 100

Here’s a picture of me using the Pacsafe CitySafe100! It’s more fun to travel around when I know that my belongings are secured and it is really comfortable to bring the pacsafe anywhere since it is lightweight, can carry a lot and simply enjoyable to wear on a trip!  Thank [...]

Shelly Whittet in Zambia

Shelly Whittet in Zambia

While serving as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Malawi, I took a vacation to Victoria Falls in Zambia, armed with my awesome PacSafe bag and wrestling mask. Shelly Whittet

Jay Adriano in Boracay, Philippines

Jay Adriano in Boracay, Philippines

Taken during our holidays from the Beautiful island of Boracay in the Philippines. – Jay Adriano

Jay Adriano in Cebu City, Philippines

Jay Adriano in Cebu City, Philippines

From the historic place in Cebu City. It’s more fun in the Philippines! – Jay Adriano