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Anthro on Foot Goes to Mongolia

Sain uu!

For my travel photos on IG: @rtw.in.3.meals

Sharing with you resources that helped me with travel planning + inspiration:

Books: Jiang Rong’s Wolf Totem (one of my favorite books of all time), National Geographic’s articles on Mongolia, Nicolas Ostler’s Empires of the Word, Peter Golden’s Central Asia in World History, Peter Haugen’s World History for Dummies. For reviews, visit Goodreads and Scribd*.

Shows: Joanna Lumley’s Trans-Siberian Adventure, The Mongols

Tourism sites: no official tourism website. We booked the service of Mr. Jason Cao, a certified local guide. You may contact him at +86-158-4710-8168 (via Line, Viber, WeChat, or WhatsApp). 

Travel planning sites: Airbnb*, Booking.com*, Skyscanner, World Nomads*

(*Note: It helps keep this site going every time you sign up or book from these links. I am a big fan and have been using these sites since 2015. If this blog helped you in any way, it doesn’t hurt to make your booking from these links. Thank you!)

P.S. My keys to sustainable travels: acknowledge that your trip might not go as planned | back up important files before and during travel | bring a portable multi-cooker, coffee/tea press, food containers, utensils, water bottle, water heater, and clothesline rope | bring extra medicines and prescription | bring souvenirs from home for friends you’ll meet along the way | get a local sim card | get travel insurance | have an extra card to be used only for emergencies | learn the language if you deem it necessary | listen to your gut | only bring stuff that you can carry on your own | only go for local food that’s vouched for being clean and safe | record and stay on top of your expenses | stay in accommodations where cooking is allowed | take public transportation | treat everyone and yourself with kindness and respect, as always |treat guidebooks as guides; don’t get boxed by them | visit local cafés | walk as much as you can | wake up early | when faced with difficult decisions, ask yourself why ❤

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Anthro on Foot Goes to Australia

Hello!

For my travel photos on IG: @rtw.in.3.meals

Sharing with you resources that helped me with travel planning + inspiration:

Books: Christina Thompson’s Sea People: The Puzzle of Polynesia (a superbly amazing read!), Jared Diamond’s Guns, Germs, and Steel, Lonely Planet’s Global Coffee Tour. For reviews, visit Goodreads and Scribd*. 

Shows: Australia Zoo, The Wiggles (I learned so much about Australian culture from this kids’ show!)

Tourism sites: free walking tours, Nomadic Matt, official tourism website

Travel planning sites: Airbnb*, Booking.com*, Skyscanner, World Nomads*

(*Note: It helps keep this site going every time you sign up or book from these links. I am a big fan and have been using these sites since 2015. If this blog helped you in any way, it doesn’t hurt to make your booking from these links. Thank you!)

P.S. My keys to sustainable travels: acknowledge that your trip might not go as planned | back up important files before and during travel | bring a portable multi-cooker, coffee/tea press, food containers, utensils, water bottle, water heater, and clothesline rope | bring extra medicines and prescription | bring souvenirs from home for friends you’ll meet along the way | get a local sim card | get travel insurance | have an extra card to be used only for emergencies | learn the language if you deem it necessary | listen to your gut | only bring stuff that you can carry on your own | only go for local food that’s vouched for being clean and safe | record and stay on top of your expenses | stay in accommodations where cooking is allowed | take public transportation | treat everyone and yourself with kindness and respect, as always | treat guidebooks as guides; don’t get boxed by them | visit local cafés | walk as much as you can | wake up early | when faced with difficult decisions, ask yourself why ❤

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Anthro on Foot Goes to India

Namaste!

For my travel photos on IG: @rtw.in.3.meals

Sharing with you resources that helped me with travel planning + inspiration:

Books: Arundhati Roy’s The God of Small Things, Britannica’s Study Guide on Mahabharata and Ramayana, David Graeber’s Debt, David Graeber and David Wengrow’s The Dawn of Everything, Jhumpa Lahiri’s The Namesake and the Interpreter of Maladies, Nicolas Ostler’s Empires of the Word, Peter Haugen’s World History for Dummies, Rabindranath Tagore’s poem collection, Rudyard Kipling’s Kim and The Jungle Book, Sadhguru’s Inner Engineering, Shubhra Krishan’s Essential Ayurveda, The Dalai Lama’s Little Book of Buddhism, Yann Martel’s Life of Pi. For reviews, visit Goodreads and Scribd*.

Shows: DW Documentary on Mahatma Gandhi, Indian Cuisine, India’s Frontier Railways (I watched this on Netflix but can’t find it there now), Yoga with Adriene

Tourism sites: free walking tours, official tourism website

Travel planning sites: Airbnb*, Booking.com*, Skyscanner, World Nomads*

(*Note: It helps keep this site going every time you sign up or book from these links. I am a big fan and have been using these sites since 2015. If this blog helped you in any way, it doesn’t hurt to make your booking from these links. Thank you!)

P.S. My keys to sustainable travels: acknowledge that your trip might not go as planned | back up important files before and during travel | bring a portable multi-cooker, coffee/tea press, food containers, utensils, water bottle, water heater, and clothesline rope | bring extra medicines and prescription | bring souvenirs from home for friends you’ll meet along the way | get a local sim card | get travel insurance | have an extra card to be used only for emergencies | learn the language if you deem it necessary | listen to your gut | only bring stuff that you can carry on your own | only go for local food that’s vouched for being clean and safe | record and stay on top of your expenses | stay in accommodations where cooking is allowed | take public transportation | treat everyone and yourself with kindness and respect, as always | treat guidebooks as guides; don’t get boxed by them | visit local cafés | walk as much as you can | wake up early | when faced with difficult decisions, ask yourself why ❤

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Anthro on Foot Goes to Indonesia

Halo!

For my travel photos on IG: @rtw.in.3.meals

Sharing with you resources that helped me with travel planning + inspiration:

Books: Anthony Reid’s A History of Southeast Asia, Michael Balick’s Plants, People, and Culture: The Science of Ethnobotany, Thomas Suarez’s Early Mapping of Southeast Asia, Wiley’s A Short History of Southeast Asia (Peter Church, ed.). For reviews, visit Goodreads and Scribd*.

Shows: Netflix’s Forests, Charles Kimball’s History of Southeast Asia podcast

Tourism sites: free walking tours, Nomadic Matt, official tourism website

Travel planning sites: Airbnb*, Booking.com*, Skyscanner, World Nomads*

(*Note: It helps keep this site going every time you sign up or book from these links. I am a big fan and have been using these sites since 2015. If this blog helped you in any way, it doesn’t hurt to make your booking from these links. Thank you!)

P.S. My keys to sustainable travels: acknowledge that your trip might not go as planned | back up important files before and during travel | bring a portable multi-cooker, coffee/tea press, food containers, utensils, water bottle, water heater, and clothesline rope | bring extra medicines and prescription | bring souvenirs from home for friends you’ll meet along the way | get a local sim card | get travel insurance | have an extra card to be used only for emergencies | learn the language if you deem it necessary | listen to your gut | only bring stuff that you can carry on your own | only go for local food that’s vouched for being clean and safe | record and stay on top of your expenses | stay in accommodations where cooking is allowed | take public transportation | treat everyone and yourself with kindness and respect, as always |treat guidebooks as guides; don’t get boxed by them | visit local cafés | walk as much as you can | wake up early | when faced with difficult decisions, ask yourself why ❤

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Anthro on Foot Goes to Malaysia

Hello!

For my travel photos on IG: @rtw.in.3.meals

Sharing with you resources that helped me with travel planning + inspiration:

Books: Anthony Reid’s A History of Southeast Asia, Swaran Ludher’s They Came to Malaya, Thomas Suarez’s Early Mapping of Southeast Asia, Wiley’s A Short History of Southeast Asia (Peter Church, ed.). For reviews, visit Goodreads and Scribd*.

Shows: Netflix’s Jungles, Charles Kimball’s History of Southeast Asia podcast

Tourism sites: free walking tours, Nomadic Matt, official tourism website

Travel planning sites: Airbnb*, Booking.com*, Skyscanner, World Nomads*

(*Note: It helps keep this site going every time you sign up or book from these links. I am a big fan and have been using these sites since 2015. If this blog helped you in any way, it doesn’t hurt to make your booking from these links. Thank you!)

P.S. My keys to sustainable travels: acknowledge that your trip might not go as planned | back up important files before and during travel | bring a portable multi-cooker, coffee/tea press, food containers, utensils, water bottle, water heater, and clothesline rope | bring extra medicines and prescription | bring souvenirs from home for friends you’ll meet along the way | get a local sim card | get travel insurance | have an extra card to be used only for emergencies | learn the language if you deem it necessary | listen to your gut | only bring stuff that you can carry on your own | only go for local food that’s vouched for being clean and safe | record and stay on top of your expenses | stay in accommodations where cooking is allowed | take public transportation | treat everyone and yourself with kindness and respect, as always |treat guidebooks as guides; don’t get boxed by them | visit local cafés | walk as much as you can | wake up early | when faced with difficult decisions, ask yourself why ❤

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Anthro on Foot Goes to Portugal

Ola!

For my travel photos on IG: @rtw.in.3.meals

Sharing with you resources that helped me with travel planning + inspiration:

Books: Peter Haugen’s World History for Dummies, Thomas Suarez’ Early Mapping of Southeast Asia. For reviews, visit Goodreads and Scribd*.

Shows: The Story of Europe

Tourism sites: free walking tours, Nomadic Matt, official tourism website

Travel planning sites: Airbnb*, Booking.com*, Skyscanner, World Nomads*

(*Note: It helps keep this site going every time you sign up or book from these links. I am a big fan and have been using these sites since 2015. If this blog helped you in any way, it doesn’t hurt to make your booking from these links. Thank you!)

P.S. My keys to sustainable travels: acknowledge that your trip might not go as planned | back up important files before and during travel | bring a portable multi-cooker, coffee/tea press, food containers, utensils, water bottle, water heater, and clothesline rope | bring extra medicines and prescription | bring souvenirs from home for friends you’ll meet along the way | get a local sim card | get travel insurance | have an extra card to be used only for emergencies | learn the language if you deem it necessary | listen to your gut | only bring stuff that you can carry on your own | only go for local food that’s vouched for being clean and safe | record and stay on top of your expenses | stay in accommodations where cooking is allowed | take public transportation | treat everyone and yourself with kindness and respect, as always | treat guidebooks as guides; don’t get boxed by them | visit local cafés | walk as much as you can | wake up early | when faced with difficult decisions, ask yourself why ❤

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Anthro on Foot Goes to Singapore

Hello!

For my travel photos on IG: @rtw.in.3.meals

Sharing with you resources that helped me with travel planning + inspiration:

Books: Anthony Reid’s A History of Southeast Asia, Peter Haugen’s World History for Dummies, Thomas Suarez’s Early Mapping of Southeast Asia, Wiley’s A Short History of Southeast Asia (Peter Church, ed.). For reviews, visit Goodreads and Scribd*.

Shows: Charles Kimball’s History of Southeast Asia podcast, CNA, Crazy Rich Asians

Tourism sites: free walking tours, Nomadic Matt, official tourism website

Travel planning sites: Airbnb*, Booking.com*, Skyscanner, World Nomads*

(*Note: It helps keep this site going every time you sign up or book from these links. I am a big fan and have been using these sites since 2015. If this blog helped you in any way, it doesn’t hurt to make your booking from these links. Thank you!)

P.S. My keys to sustainable travels: acknowledge that your trip might not go as planned | back up important files before and during travel | bring a portable multi-cooker, coffee/tea press, food containers, utensils, water bottle, water heater, and clothesline rope | bring extra medicines and prescription | bring souvenirs from home for friends you’ll meet along the way | get a local sim card | get travel insurance | have an extra card to be used only for emergencies | learn the language if you deem it necessary | listen to your gut | only bring stuff that you can carry on your own | only go for local food that’s vouched for being clean and safe | record and stay on top of your expenses | stay in accommodations where cooking is allowed | take public transportation | treat everyone and yourself with kindness and respect, as always |treat guidebooks as guides; don’t get boxed by them | visit local cafés | walk as much as you can | wake up early | when faced with difficult decisions, ask yourself why ❤

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Anthro on Foot Goes to Slovakia

Ahoj!

For my travel photos on IG: @rtw.in.3.meals

Sharing with you resources that helped me with travel planning + inspiration:

Books: Peter Haugen’s World History for Dummies. For reviews, visit Goodreads and Scribd*.

Tourism sites: free walking tours, Nomadic Matt, official tourism website

Travel planning sites: Airbnb*, Booking.com*, Skyscanner, World Nomads*

(*Note: It helps keep this site going every time you sign up or book from these links. I am a big fan and have been using these sites since 2015. If this blog helped you in any way, it doesn’t hurt to make your booking from these links. Thank you!)

P.S. My keys to sustainable travels: acknowledge that your trip might not go as planned | back up important files before and during travel | bring a portable multi-cooker, coffee/tea press, food containers, utensils, water bottle, water heater, and clothesline rope | bring extra medicines and prescription | bring souvenirs from home for friends you’ll meet along the way | get a local sim card | get travel insurance | have an extra card to be used only for emergencies | learn the language if you deem it necessary | listen to your gut | only bring stuff that you can carry on your own | only go for local food that’s vouched for being clean and safe | record and stay on top of your expenses | stay in accommodations where cooking is allowed | take public transportation | treat everyone and yourself with kindness and respect, as always | treat guidebooks as guides; don’t get boxed by them | visit local cafés | walk as much as you can | wake up early | when faced with difficult decisions, ask yourself why ❤

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Anthro on Foot Goes to Hong Kong

Hello!

For my travel photos on IG: @rtw.in.3.meals

Sharing with you resources that helped me with travel planning + inspiration:

Books: Thomas Suarez’s Early Mapping of Southeast Asia, Peter Haugen’s World History for Dummies. For reviews, visit Goodreads and Scribd*.

Shows: Charles Kimball’s History of Southeast Asia podcast

Tourism sites: free walking tours, Nomadic Matt, official tourism website

Travel planning sites: Airbnb*, Booking.com*, Skyscanner, World Nomads*

(*Note: It helps keep this site going every time you sign up or book from these links. I am a big fan and have been using these sites since 2015. If this blog helped you in any way, it doesn’t hurt to make your booking from these links. Thank you!)

P.S. My keys to sustainable travels: acknowledge that your trip might not go as planned | back up important files before and during travel | bring a portable multi-cooker, coffee/tea press, food containers, utensils, water bottle, water heater, and clothesline rope | bring extra medicines and prescription | bring souvenirs from home for friends you’ll meet along the way | get a local sim card | get travel insurance | have an extra card to be used only for emergencies | learn the language if you deem it necessary | listen to your gut | only bring stuff that you can carry on your own | only go for local food that’s vouched for being clean and safe | record and stay on top of your expenses | stay in accommodations where cooking is allowed | take public transportation | treat everyone and yourself with kindness and respect, as always | treat guidebooks as guides; don’t get boxed by them | visit local cafés | walk as much as you can | wake up early | when faced with difficult decisions, ask yourself why ❤

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Anthro on Foot Goes to Scotland

Hello!

For my travel photos on IG: @rtw.in.3.meals

Sharing with you resources that helped me with travel planning + inspiration:

Books: Arthur Herman’s How the Scots Invented the Modern World (only recommended to me but I haven’t read it yet), J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series, Peter Haugen’s World History for Dummies, Robert Louis Stevenson’s Kidnapped and Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. For reviews, visit Goodreads and Scribd*.

Shows: Braveheart, J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series, The Story of Europe

Tourism sites: free walking tours, Nomadic Matt, official tourism website

Travel planning sites: Airbnb*, Booking.com*, Skyscanner, World Nomads*

(*Note: It helps keep this site going every time you sign up or book from these links. I am a big fan and have been using these sites since 2015. If this blog helped you in any way, it doesn’t hurt to make your booking from these links. Thank you!)

P.S. My keys to sustainable travels: acknowledge that your trip might not go as planned | back up important files before and during travel | bring a portable multi-cooker, coffee/tea press, food containers, utensils, water bottle, water heater, and clothesline rope | bring extra medicines and prescription | bring souvenirs from home for friends you’ll meet along the way | get a local sim card | get travel insurance | have an extra card to be used only for emergencies | learn the language if you deem it necessary | listen to your gut | only bring stuff that you can carry on your own | only go for local food that’s vouched for being clean and safe | record and stay on top of your expenses | stay in accommodations where cooking is allowed | take public transportation | treat everyone and yourself with kindness and respect, as always | treat guidebooks as guides; don’t get boxed by them | visit local cafés | walk as much as you can | wake up early | when faced with difficult decisions, ask yourself why ❤