Packing for a Bleisure Trip
Respectful Travel to Developing Destinations
Here are just a few common sense tips for respectful travel to developing destinations.
Raw Travel Gear – Solar Sack
Here is a cool little backpack that is perfect for an overnight or day trip that comes with a solar, rechargeable battery pack, compass, etc.
Raw Travel Tip – Fun Travel Research Tip
Big trip coming up? See if there is a cultural center from your destination in your home town and visit for great tips, books, connections before you go.
Raw Travel Tip 409 – Overcoming the Language Barrier
There are many ways for the English speaking, mono-linguist raw traveler to overcome the language barrier. Here are some basic tips.
Raw Travel Tip 406 – Clean Water In Developing Destinations
Clean drinking water is important when traveling to developing destinations like Haiti. Here is one of our favorite filters.
Raw Travel Tip – Preventing Mosquito Bites
Tips on reducing and preventing mosquito bites when traveling.
Getting Around in Chattanooga
Chattanooga is a forward thinking city and it’s pretty easy to get around. Here are some tips on how to see this Southern gem like a local.
Packing With A Purpose
Visiting a developing destination? “Packing With A Purpose” is a great way to give back.
When Visiting Norway – Be On Time
There is no such thing as arriving fashionably late in Norway and other Scandinavian destinations.
Cool Energy Tip – The War On Jet Lag
Jet lag is my nemesis when I travel. It causes me to do some really stupid things. Here is my latest weapon in the war against Jet Lag. Check them out at www.GetenrgICED.com
Visiting An Indian Reservation
Tribal tourism is growing in popularity. Here are some tips when visiting an Indian Reservation.
Cool Energy Tip – Refreshing Energy Boost
Travel (and producing) is hard work. With enrgICE it’s just rip, tip and go.
Outlines the benefits of renting or sharing an apartment rather than a hotel when traveling.
Don’t Rely on GPS
If you’re hitting the remote Western U.S. or other rural areas GPS may not work. Carry a map to consult just in case.
Hiking in Remote Areas
Here is a tip when prepping for a hiking trip to remote areas. Be prepared, or you might lose an arm… or worse!