Welcome to the start of your journey with The Travelling Sociologist! If you’re looking to expand your cultural horizons, practice cultural sensitivity, increase your tolerance for diversity in your everyday life, and glean tips and inspiration for sustainable, responsible travel that supports natural resources and local economies––you’ve come to the right place. In the world of travel blogs and travel guides, this is your best source of cultural education for sustainable and responsible world travel. I will provide you with interesting socio-cultural and local-business information on countries around the world that I have lived in, visited, or plan to visit. Hopefully, this information will serve you as a good point of departure in planning your trip and helping you get excited about your destination!
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Ten Insights into Italian Culture
Ten Insights into Ghanaian Culture
Twenty Cultural Insights into Life in Montreal
Moving to Montreal, Quebec: The Resources Locals Use
Top 10 Things to Do in Montreal
Como Travel Guide: The Insider Track on Where to Go and What to Do
The Car-less Tourist’s Guide to Washington, D.C.
Montreal Travel Guide: Your Personalized Tour
Bucket List: Togo | Mali | Senegal | Mauritania | Morocco | Tunisia | Algeria | Cape Verde | Tanzania | Lesotho | Swaziland | Mozambique | Rwanda | Zanzibar | Brazil | Argentina | Uruguay | Chile | Peru | Morocco | Senegal | Ile de la Réunion | England, Scotland, & Ireland | Australia | Japan | South Korea | Bali, Indonesia | Singapore | Nepal | Thailand | Madagascar | Hawaii | Bermuda | Bahamas | Guadeloupe
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Travel-Product Secrets Revealed
Grab my favourite product for worry-free travel (pssst…the secret’s in the bag)
Grab my next-favourite travel product: the cheap, foldable, and portable tripod with remote control
You may also want to hit the road with my all-time favourite sandals to travel in – they’re rainproof, very comfortable, and even tough enough for hiking and long walks