Travel Tips

  • Go to Prague, They Said: Ten Things

    It must have been God that put our Airbnb in the same building as an Indian restaurant and a Vietnamese restaurant. He knows my heart, even when I sometimes doubt him. No matter in what country, city, province, or chicken truck I found myself, I’d always meet travelers who’d...
  • Traveling & Iconic Photos With Elton Anderson

    Neither of us packed properly for early Spring in Marrakech, me in shorts and a thin American Apparel t-shirt and Elton in joggers and a tank on the shaded rooftop of Souk Café with a cool breeze flowing through our clothes. Having successfully avoided winter for years via first...
  • Will Travel For Food, Love, Hammocks, And… : #TravelGoals

    As a true explorer and traveler, I love my “I travel where the cheap tickets take me” attitude, but after my last “glitch” destination vacation to a place I barely liked with friends I sometimes love, I decided I need to sometimes travel for something other than travel sake....
  • 5 Ways To Leverage Sh*t For Travel

    I was asked to lead a Masterclass on travel by my dear and amazing and hopefully soon-to-be travel buddy, RachelTravels, teaching her subscribers how I’ve learned to leverage my talents and skills to make enough money to travel the world and never go broke. These were my notes. If...
  • In It For the Long-Haul

    Sitting on a plane for 5+ hours can be excruciating, but it doesn’t have to be. You can feel like you’re right at home, from head to toe. I’ve used every single one of these methods and bruh, I felt so good. Read on. 1. Make sure your phone...
  • Do Good Things: Volunteering While Traveling

    I honestly had no intentions of doing any good deeds while spending time in NYC, but as it always goes, good deeds find me. Yesterday was no different. While catching the sailboats and sunbathers and dancers on the pier before walking up to 23rd and 8th for dinner with...
  • Tips When Traveling Abroad

    Traveling can be a lot of fun. But it can also present frustrations and added expenses. Handling the logistics can be daunting if you don’t manage things well. , and if you have a large family, a summer vacation can be financially draining. So, with this in mind, here are...
  • This Water Tells My Story

    This Water Tells My Story from Darnell Lamont Walker on Vimeo. The cruise to Cozumel, Honduras, and Belize gave me a chance to reflect on everything I’ve learned this year, my life progression, and compile a list of things that need to be accomplished in the near future. It...
  • Intersections & Second Chances & Good Food: Paris

    As a wanderer, I love getting lost. The way my heart beats when nothing around me is familiar is amazing. Strangers must become friends for a few minutes, and everything in sight becomes a tool that might be needed in the escape. After the ticket is purchased, I rarely...