1. JonTheNomad

    Walking along the Brazilian Coast

    Hey guys, So I've been meaning to write up the past couple weeks in Brazil for some time now and finally figured it was time. So here it is, I hope you guys enjoy my little write-up It started with me realizing that I felt trapped in the city. Something about Sao Paulo makes it...
  2. JonTheNomad

    Gonna be attempting a walking trip in Brazil, any tips?

    Hey y'all, I'm gonna be attempting to travel from Sao Paulo to Ubatuba walking. Expecting more or less 8 days to get there on foot, does anyone have any experience doing a trip on foot in over here? I know some minimal Portuguese with semifluent Spanish to help me out, but my main concerns are...
  3. D


    Things I didn't know I needed until I traveled: A hat Something waterproof to cover myself and my pack Hiking boots (wanted lightweight, waterproof) Walking stick (I did a lot of walking in GA) I traveled through of of the southeast, where it can be sunny and day and pouring down rain all day -...
  4. Fred R

    Guy walked from Toronto to Argentina with no money or id

    This guy from Toronto to this random library in Argentina. Or I guess it looks likes it was random. He walked more than 6000 miles with no money or ID. No passport or anything that would identify him. He was found in a jungle in Brazil with no shoes. I read in another article that when he was...
  5. SuneeShines

    Begining My Grand Vagabond Adventure

    Hey Everyone Name is SuneeShines. I have been reading STP for a few months because travel and adventure is just really interesting to me. I don't really have any qualms with working my dead end jobs (as long as I can start in the Afternoon). I don't have a wanderlust that can only be...
  6. Brother X

    This Is Our Country. Let’s Walk It.

    News & Blogs 
    http://www.nytimes.com/2016/04/24/opinion/sunday/this-is-our-country-lets-walk-it.html A COUPLE of years ago, I trespassed across America. I’d set out to hike the proposed route of the Keystone XL pipeline, which had been planned to stretch over a thousand miles over the Great Plains, from...