1. croc

    Safe-ish spots or ways to sleep in NYC

    Seen a couple other threads about this but no one seems to answer this question directly so here's another one :P Any recommended sleep spots in NYC? Been scared af to sleep there alone bc all the good, hidden spots have gotta be taken n sleeping in the parks seems sketchy.
  2. NohaTarek

    1st time hiking in america - advice

    Hey guys ::cat:: this is my first time to post here... i'm an international student from egypt, & this is my 1st year learning & exploring in america ::bookworm:: while in the holidays now, i want to travel... i can't afford, of course, staying in hotels & all that stuff! right now, the...
  3. G

    Common Sense in the digital world

    Hacking is becoming a big problem in today's society. Even our email boxes can lead to stolen information. I am not talking about about that NSA shit (that's a given). But common everyday stuff that can royally screw us over Here are some hard lessons I learned from my experiences 1#: Lock...
  4. E

    Advice for Coyote Gulch

    In about 3 months, I leave for a six month road trip tour of the western U.S. and Canada. For the most part, I'm content to drive everywhere and do a little light hiking. But there is one place I'd like to see that will require a little more extensive hiking - Coyote Gulch and the Jacob Hamblin...
  5. Matt Derrick

    Here are the safest (and most dangerous) places to explore around the worldNews & Blogs 

    by November 20, 2016 Every traveller and nomad likes to think they’re an expert on safety when it comes to travel. They know that South-East Asia isn’t as dangerous as people make it out to be. They know that Europe isn’t really like the movie Taken, unless you share a taxi...
  6. D

    What happens when people find out you're trans?

    Being a traveling trans person NEVER needs to stop being a sound conversation in the traveling community. ::nurse:: As a non-binary person, i have to do the "I'm not a man or a woman" talk with most people, but in short encounters I correct people on being the opposite of what they've...
  7. Daman45

    How can I squat without being killed, raped, murdered, or arrested?

    Hi, I am looking for a adventure. I am keeping my needs to transpiration, food, and shelter. Transportation is hitchhiking, rideshare, or public transient. Food supermarket, cooking, or leftovers from restaurant. But the thing that bugs me the most is shelter. I am planning to use friends...
  8. D

    People have been suggesting camping

    Recently, I've been getting a lot more suggesting to camp out instead of looking for a squat. It turns out it's a lot safer and a lot more peaceful and private. Just like with squat, I have no sure appropriate gear, but I need to expand my options and way of thinking for the sake of my survival...
  9. D

    Concerns with Squatting in Boston

    I'm currently sitting in PVD with Boston being an hour away. I've repeatedly heard about how hostile Boston is towards homeless/ poor people(, and people in general). This rises my issues with squatting in such a place. I question the legality behind to start with. I heard it's "illegal" to be...