Let’s take a look through my five top posts of 2014….

1. Hacking Inflight Wifi

Here I discuss some anomalies I noticed while connecting to, but not paying for, inflight wifi. Some things still work!

2. Travel Blogging Ain’t All It’s Cracked Up to Be

This was a semi-silly/semi-serious post where I am reminded that I write for myself. It’s great when other people read what I write about, but I sure as hell couldn’t justify the amount of time/energy/effort I put into it if I wasn’t writing simply because I enjoy it.

3. How to Plan Crazy, Cheap Trips

Here I breakdown a super crazy, insane set of trips/flight bookings that I somehow threw together. I’m currently on this trip still, and plan to write a follow-up post while what actually happened on this trip. Let me give you a little teaser: it got even more crazy!

4. Eating Raw Stuff in Korea

This was seriously one of my favorite experiences of 2014. I can’t wait until the next time I have a chance to eat raw stuff in South Korea! Be sure to check out the video 😀

5. A Week in South Korea: Costs

South Korea must be a hot travel topic, because a lot of people were interested in the cost of my trip there. I am planning to continue my trip cost transparency initiative next year as well.

Bonus. Passport Stamp Solution: Stamp it in the Right Order

This was one of my favorite posts of the year. Seriously, it has changed the way I travel. I get so excited looking at my beautifully stamped passport pages now! It probably boarders on the insane…. alas 🙂

Here’s to another great year of travel and blogging!