Packing for an RV Roadtrip
Sunscreen When Snorkeling Near Coral
Remember to choose sunscreen without Oxybenzone when snorkeling near coral.
Avoiding Transactional Relationships
Tips for visiting Cartagena, Colombia from “Mister No” himself.
Dining Etiquette in South Korea
From renowned dining etiquette expert… oh, he’s not available? Oh, well, here’s Rob filling in with tips about dining etiquette in South Korea
All Natural Mosquito Repellent
Skip the chemicals and get this local all natural mosquito repellent when visiting French Polynesia. Just remember to slather on generously.
Traveling to Asia? Take Your Shoes Off and Stay Awhile
Traveling to South Korea or other parts of Asia? Wear loafers so you can take your shoes on and off with ease.
A Tip About Tipping Aboard the Aranui
Unlike most cruise ships, tipping aboard the Aranui is not mandatory.
Renting a Vehicle in Costa Rica
Costa Rica is a great destination for a road trip, but renting a vehicle can be tricky with insurance costs jacking up the price. Do your homework.
Proper Spanish Pronunciation
Pronunciation just isn’t Rob’s thing but Yohan tries to teach him proper Spain Spanish pronunciation nonetheless.
Renting Vehicles in the Marquesas
Lack of rental car companies in the Marquesas Islands doesn’t mean you can’t explore on your own.
Have Your RV Set Up For You
Try renting an RV from someone who will also help you set it up. It’s a great way to try before you buy.
Renting a Towable RV
Renting a towable RV frees up your tow vehicle and allows you the freedom to explore surrounding areas.
Visiting Gangwon-do, South Korea
Respectful Temple Stay
Tips on how to have a respectful and fulfilling Temple-Stay when visiting a Buddhist Temple.
Saying “Thank You” in South Korea
You’re going to be saying this a lot when in South Korea, so practice before you go.
What to Wear on a River Cruise
I love to dress down as much as anyone when traveling but when packing for a cruise bring something a little dressier for the formal dinners and events.
Two Keys Please
Hotels & Ships in many parts of the world require a key card for electricity. Ask for two key cards if you need to charge a device, but please turn off lights & AC to save electricity when not in the room.
Greeting Someone in Korea
Kisses and handshakes are too much… just a polite smile and bow will do just fine in Korea.
RV Sharing As An Option
Thanks to the development of recent apps you can “try before you buy” by renting an RV through an RV Sharing website.