Navigation Menu

Contact Us

We would love to hear from you whether you have a question you need answered or wish to share your experiences or photos. We also welcome any feedback you may have (constructive of course!!) as we are always looking to improve.

We read all our emails and will respond as quickly as possible, unless we are in the jungles somewhere without the Internet.

If you are reaching out to inquire about a content opportunity let us know the URL of the site you are representing so we can forward our most relevant partnership opportunities. We do not discuss any opportunities for content placement or guest posting unless you are 100% transparent about your affiliation. We will not agree to any form of collaboration until you have fully disclosed your goals and intentions. 

Email direct: megan@mappingmegan.com

Have You Read Our Most Recent Posts?

Best Side Hustle Jobs to Save Up for Travel

Posted by on 9:13 pm in Blog, Budget Travel, Travel Tips | 0 comments

Best Side Hustle Jobs to Save Up for Travel

International travel may be coming back soon, but that doesn’t mean your travel fund will necessarily be ready. Many people have seen their finances take a hit and are now looking for ways they can earn extra cash to save up for travel.

Thankfully, there are many side hustle jobs out there that will allow you to earn quick money on a schedule that works for you without having to seek out another constrictive part-time job which may force you to work more than you are willing or able to.

The best part of many side hustle jobs is that they don’t require a degree or very much training if any at all. You may even be able to turn a hobby or something you enjoy into cash.

Whether it’s starting a blog, selling items around your home that are otherwise just collecting dust, or renting out a spare bedroom in your home, there are many easy ways to turn any extra free time into money you can put towards memorable travel experiences. Here are some of my most recommended side hustle jobs.

read more

The Top 4 Hotels for Digital Nomads

Posted by on 8:34 am in Blog, Expat Life, Technology | 0 comments

The Top 4 Hotels for Digital Nomads

The entire world is your office as a digital nomad as long as you have access to great WiFi and suitable working spaces. And while we used to suffer through power plugs in awkward places, and balancing a laptop on pillows, hotels nowadays have really upped their game.

There are a number of hotels now, who are meeting the trend of digital nomadism, and setting themselves up specifically to offer a fantastic work / travel space. They offer strong, fast WiFi, great cafes, and discounts on long stays. The hotels mentioned below even have their own co-working spaces.

If you’re working from the road, the following are the top hotels in the world for digital nomads. We’ve chosen our favorites across four continents; use them as your newest international base!

read more

5 Tips for Traveling After You Retire

Posted by on 11:28 am in Blog, Healthy Travel, Travel Tips | 0 comments

5 Tips for Traveling After You Retire

Most people love to travel, but it’s often not until we retire where we finally get the time and financial freedom to travel more freely. If you’re approaching retirement age and are looking to travel, there are some important factors to keep in mind.

Nothing beats the feeling of not having to go to work another single day in your life, but many people can feel a loss of purpose or become bored shortly after they retire. One sure fire way to feel alive again after retiring is through travel.

We often think of retirees as older seniors but people of all ages can find themselves not needing to work. If you’re not interested in knitting sweaters in your recliner or working on jigsaws all day, why not consider reinventing yourself through travel.

read more

4 Tips to Cut Down on Travel Delays When Flying

Posted by on 9:34 am in Blog, Travel Tips | 0 comments

4 Tips to Cut Down on Travel Delays When Flying

No matter how carefully you plan your vacations, every traveler will at some point be impacted by travel delays. And while travel insurance may be able to reimburse you financially for your troubles, nothing will help you reclaim the time you lost.

Thankfully, there are a number of things you can do to reduce the chances of experiencing delays the next time you fly, and not be part of the 25% of airline passengers hit with either delays or cancellations every year.

read more

A Beginner’s Guide to Travelling in Canada

Posted by on 6:50 pm in Blog, Canada | 0 comments

A Beginner’s Guide to Travelling in Canada

Made up of ten provinces and three territories, Canada is an enormous country for travelers to tackle. Stretching from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific and deep into the Arctic, this vast nation is home to vibrant modern cities and large tracts of pristine wilderness.

When planning any trip to Canada, it’s important to not bite off more than you can chew. Because of the country’s sheer size, it’s better to focus on a single province or territory in order to get a thorough experience of what each region of Canada has to offer.

Alternatively, you could opt for a bit of city-hopping tour to get a sampling of the highlights, with Canada’s major cities all well-linked by flights with the country’s main airline Air Canada.

Whether you wish to gaze at the mighty Niagara Falls, hit the ski slopes in winter, or seek out wildlife along the west coast, there are a number of things to be aware of when planning your Canadian holiday.

Here is my ultimate beginner’s guide to travelling in Canada which will offer you helpful advice and planning tips for choosing your Canadian destinations and mapping out your itinerary.

read more

Jungle by Tropicfeel: This Amazing All Terrain Sneaker is Perfect For Travel, but Saves the Planet Too

Posted by on 2:41 pm in Adventure Travel, Blog, Equipment Reviews | 2 comments

Jungle by Tropicfeel: This Amazing All Terrain Sneaker is Perfect For Travel, but Saves the Planet Too

Today we’re going to talk about Tropicfeel, a travel gear brand making versatile, high quality and sustainable gear to accompany people’s lives while leaving a positive impact on the planet.

And more specifically, their new all terrain sneaker called Jungle which is the perfect shoe for every modern traveler who wants to be ready to jump into new adventures anytime, anywhere.

read more

Quick List of Travel Sites that Accept Bitcoin Payments

Posted by on 9:40 am in Blog, Budget Travel | 0 comments

Quick List of Travel Sites that Accept Bitcoin Payments

Bitcoin is a peer-to-peer currency that is borderless and decentralized (not controlled by anyone), and the tourism industry has really embraced this new age way to pay.

Already travelers are able to pay for flights, hotel rooms, tours, and more with their secure digital wallets, and this may just become the go-to form of payment for travelers.

Wondering which travel sites accept bitcoin payments? The following is a quick list to reference of those who have taken up the digital currency and accept it for their services.

read more

Travel Guide to Seeing Jakarta in a Day

Posted by on 7:11 pm in Blog, Indonesia | 0 comments

Travel Guide to Seeing Jakarta in a Day

Once known as Batavia back in the days of the Dutch East India Company, Jakarta has become one of the top ten fastest-growing tourism destinations.

The capital of Indonesia, Jakarta is a gateway for exploring the nation’s more prominent holiday escapes like Bali and Komodo Island, with many tourists simply using the city as a stopover point.

Experiencing all that Jakarta has to offer in a day can be quite challenging, especially since you could easily spend a full day stuck in traffic without proper planning.

So here are some of my top ideas for how you can spend just 24 hours in Jakarta the next time you’re passing through.

read more

Top Ways to Help You Save For Your Next Trip

Posted by on 10:08 am in Blog, Budget Travel, Travel Tips | 0 comments

Top Ways to Help You Save For Your Next Trip

Are you looking to enjoy more travel but finding money is a bit tight? There are a number of ways you can learn to simplify your life by reducing your daily expenses in order to help you save up for travel.

By learning how to differentiate between essential expenses and unnecessary purchases, along with changing what you put value on, you may be able to enjoy more travel without having to find a second job or sell everything you’ve worked hard for.

We’ve all read those articles about individuals or couples selling their homes and nearly all their belongings in order to travel the world. While the notion may seem romantic and adventurous, for many people it just isn’t realistic and does come with obvious drawbacks and challenges.

Sure, saving can be difficult, but you don’t have to sell everything you own in order to afford taking a holiday. There are many things you can do in your daily life that will help you cut your everyday expenses and allow you to save for the travel you desire.

By setting goals and learning how to budget, along with tracking your spending and cutting costs in certain areas, you too can free up some of your income to allocate to travel. Here are some of the best ways that will allow you to save money for your yearly travel fund.

read more

Things to Know when Buying and Traveling with Hemp Flower

Posted by on 10:25 am in Blog, Healthy Travel | 2 comments

Things to Know when Buying and Traveling with Hemp Flower

You’ve no doubt have noticed the rising popularity of CBD oil and other CBD-infused products, especially as more and more countries begin to accept the many benefits CBD offers people and loosen their legal restrictions.

Many people are beginning to use CBD hemp flower, as it offers all the health benefits of cannabis without the psychoactive effects. And smokable hemp flower has been trending across the world lately.

Hemp flower is non-psychoactive so it won’t get you high, but it can help you soothe a number of ailments including certain types of pain, depression, and anxiety.

It differs from marijuana in that hemp flower contains more CBD and less THC which is what causes the high. This variety of Cannabis sativa produces products that contain less than 0.3 percent THC, which is now considered legal to possess and use in many states within the U.S. and a number of countries abroad.

Read on to find out what need to know about purchasing hemp flower and the various regulations regarding traveling with hemp flower products.

read more