My Recent Wild and Crazy Travel Story

I have traveled to Asia, Europe, and around North America, and have never experienced anything like I did on this trip last week. My journey from Oklahoma City to Winnipeg, Canada was wild and crazy. . . but the destination was well worth it.

How to be a hitchhiker and still stay alive

An amazing feeling of the freedom and lonely road, sunshine on your face, and wind in your hair are the main reasons for becoming a hitchhiker. However, don’t let your romantic heart take the lead. Your mind must read these short advices before. It is a hard task to travel with weird unknown people in…

Tanzania, Africa: My Home and Favorite Places by: Tumsifu Frank

Hi everyone! We have another special guest author for 108 Klicks Around the World. Tumsifu Frank graduated from Moshi University College Of Cooperative and Business Studies (MUCCoBS) in Tanzania, Africa. He is a local with a great appreciation of his country, travel, and humanity. Here, Tumsifu shares with us his favorite places in Tanzania. Enjoy this interesting article…

London of my life

I used to travel alone for a few years. So when my parents tell this to their friends, I always received such weird gazes; full of respect, like I am a real survivor. Well, behind my back they were probably thinking I am crazy.

Prince’s Fab Passport Photo

I have a short, but AMAZING post for you today – Prince’s passport photo has to one of the best traveling pics of all time. Why?

Who Are Millennial Travelers and What Do They Want?

You hear the term “Millennial” thrown around a lot these days, but it just refers to the (very large) group of people born between the early 1980s and 2000s. I was curious to dig in a bit and see what kind of travelers “we,” the Millennials, are. My husband (1980), me (1986), and our daughter…

Extra Tips for Solo Women Travelers

Never let fear hold you back, but still it is good to play it safe. If you are traveling solo, women in particular, it is good to know a few things before heading off on your journey. Here are a few extra tips for solo women travelers; if you have more I would love for…

I Took the Path Less Traveled… and it was Wonderful (guest author!)

About the Guest Author: Emily Gallegos is an Advertising major from Oklahoma University (Boomer Sooner!) and has a passion for traveling and languages. Emily is a powerhouse of energy, full of creative ideas and extremely goal oriented, and future focused. I am so glad to have her guest blogging on 108 Klicks Around the world.  After…

Essential Oils For Use While Traveling

Even though traveling brings new experiences, fun, excitement, unforgettable memories and more…it can have its discomforts. I love to travel, but sometimes it can be rough. I also love using essential oils for everyday use or specific ache and pains…etc. I want to share just a few oils I recommend for use while traveling. There…