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How to Travel the World for Free

By on January 14, 2017

Yes, I have traveled the world for free. I don’t have a trust fund and I wasn’t involved in any sketchy businesses. I’m not a genius and I’m surely not alone among the growing number of travelers figuring out easy ways to travel for free, or at least free-ish,…

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Backpacking Panama Itinerary

By on December 12, 2016

From tropical rainforests, to picturesque beaches, a metropolitan city and quiet mountain towns, Panama offers a range of experiences, from eco-tourism to party destinations and honeymoon hot spots. Influenced by colonial history, indigenous peoples, Caribbean culture, and international tourism, the site of the famous Panama Canal passage is very…


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A Yogi-Backpacker’s Guide to Utila

By on August 28, 2016

The Bay Islands of Honduras are home to some of the most popular and affordable dive schools in the world. From free diving to scuba and courses in between, there’s something about Utila that makes backpackers stay longer than expected.

When I arrived on Utila, I was aware of the “Utila…


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Backpacking Nicaragua Itinerary

By on August 6, 2016

Nicaragua’s touristic development rests somewhere in between a well-preserved gem embellished with culturally rich colonial cities and laid back beaches and a booming tourist destination for budget backpackers, adventure seekers and party goers. From volcano boarding, to surfing and museum going, there’s something in Nicaragua for everyone to stay…


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10 of My Favorite Places to Practice Yoga Around the World

By on July 20, 2016

Namaste to the universal Om, for keeping us inspired, moving with our breath and stretching our limbs and our hearts in unison. The beautiful truth is that we are surrounded by yoga every day, wherever we are in the world.

Whether it takes the form of self-practice on our own mat, or discovering…


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Backpacking Costa Rica Itinerary

By on June 12, 2016

For backpackers seeking adventure, biodiversity, relaxing beach towns, yoga havens and surfer hot spots, Costa Rica might just be the place. The following itinerary took me about five weeks, although it could be done in 3-4 weeks or extended a few months.

Of course, I didn’t stop at all the…


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Land of the Strays: A Dog Heaven Exists in Costa Rica

By on June 5, 2016

Costa Rica’s Territorio de Zaguates or Land of the Strays in English received viral media attention over the past month few months. I confirm, after breaking into the dreamland and begging one of the four volunteers to let my family and I see the place for just 10 minutes, a dog heaven…


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8 Tips for Solo Female Travel in Costa Rica

By on May 6, 2016

One thing I’ve learned from solo female travel is that I’ll never really be prepared, no matter how many blog posts or Lonely Planet books I splurge on. Case in point, I actually missed my bus while writing the bullet point below “be on the ball when it comes to transportation.” Anyways, despite the…


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Why I’m Willing to Pay a Premium for Sustainable Travel

By on April 18, 2016

Written from the dock at Puntarenas, Costa Rica

Living a radiant, purposeful (loopy) life often requires we take action apart from the status quo. This means the road less traveled should be traveled on our own two feet, or in the comfort of our environmentally-friendly Prius. Yes, even if there…

Shoshanna Delventhal
Digital-Nomading, Somewhere

I'm Shoshanna, great to virtually meet! I'm a freelance writer, yoga teacher and advocate of a mindful, loopy lifestyle. In 2015, I left my corporate job to travel India and spread the idea that we should and can do what we love, every day.