5 Best Natural Highlights in New Zealand

It seems like a week of introductions, and we are happy to introduce Artūras, our New Zealand Vayable Ambassador! He hails from Northern Europe and moved to Auckland after getting tired of really bad weather (eg horizontal rain). By day he works as an intellectual capital consultant and spends his time outside of work traveling, reading books, and listening to music on Spotify. He’s a tech … Continue reading 5 Best Natural Highlights in New Zealand

Explorer Perspectives: Study abroad in college! Tips and experiences.

by Caryn Hi, I’m Caryn from A Day in The Life.  This post is part of a group of blogs participating in the 20SB Blog-Swap 2011. Be sure to check out June’s post on Life in New York on my site today! If I have any advice for college students today, it would be to travel and study abroad. It was by far the best thing … Continue reading Explorer Perspectives: Study abroad in college! Tips and experiences.

Explorer Perspectives: Does Wanderlust Ever Go Away?

by Dheera Venkatraman It depends on whether you travel to sightsee or explore. I’ve been quite lucky enough to have had an enormous number of travel opportunities at my age. A long time ago I used to be a typical tourist, interested in seeing the great castles and palaces and museums and landscapes of the world. I would flock to the top places on traveller … Continue reading Explorer Perspectives: Does Wanderlust Ever Go Away?

Explorer Perspectives: Ian Edlind Scales the Hills of SF with Vayable

by Ian Edlind Just one week removed from an ascent of South Lake Tahoe’s Mt. Tallac, my brother and I opted for a less hardcore but infinitely more social (conversation is sparse when you’re gasping for air at 9,700 feet) hiking experience in the City by the Bay. Our guide was Jareau Wade, host of “Getting High in San Francisco” – a three hour ode … Continue reading Explorer Perspectives: Ian Edlind Scales the Hills of SF with Vayable