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Our travel-themed coloring books will take you on a round-the-world journey, without ever stepping foot on an airplane. Based on real scenes collected during 10 years of travel, our coloring books contain crisp, black-and-white line drawings of cityscapes, street scenes, and details from around the world.

Grab your favorite pencil crayons, and let your imagination and creativity take you away, visiting Mexico, Lithuania, Paris, Argentina, and more during every coloring session. Or stock up before your next trip…our adult coloring books are the perfect activity for your next flight!

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Travel is best when it opens your mind, forces you to question assumptions, and changes your perspectives. Check out some of our most popular posts about mind-changing travel, and then read more here.

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My 2017 Hungarian Bucket List: Hungary Travel Goals for the Year

My 2017 (Hungarian) Travel Goals: What I Want to See, Eat and Do in Hungary This Year. Includes 6 Places to visit in Hungary Outside of Budapest. Disclosure: This website contains affiliate links. That means we earn a small commission when you click through or book a...

Where to Stay in Copenhagen: Copenhagen’s Coolest Neighborhoods

Where to Stay in Copenhagen: Advice from a local expat and travel blogger about the best neighborhoods to stay in Copenhagen, Denmark! (Plus 21 hotel and holiday apartment recommendations) We created this guide in collaboration with Caroline Hadamitzky, freelance...

Travel Tips from A Local: The Best Things to Do in Malta

Things to do in Malta: Malta Travel Tips from a Local. A Quick List of What to Do in Malta from a Local! This post is part of our Tips from a Local interview series, where we interview locals for insiders travel tips about their city! Today, we're chatting to Michelle...

Where to Stay in Stockholm: Stockholm Sweden’s Best Areas to Stay

Where to Stay in Stockholm: Advice from local expat and journalist Catherine Edwards about the best neighborhoods to stay in Stockholm, Sweden! (Plus 26 hotel and apartment ideas) We created this guide in collaboration with Catherine Edwards, a journalist currently...

Travel Tips from A Local: The Best Things to Do in Berlin, Germany

Things to do in Berlin: Berlin Travel Tips from A Canadian Expat and Blogger. A Quick List of What to Do in Berlin from a Local! This post is part of our Tips from a Local interview series, where we interview locals for insiders travel tips about their city! Today,...

Where to Stay in Dublin: Dublin, Ireland’s Best Areas to Stay

Where to Stay in Dublin, Ireland. Advice from a local expat and travel blogger about the best neighborhoods to stay in Dublin, Ireland! (Plus 18 hotel recommendations) We created this guide in collaboration with Danielle, a freelance writer and blogger at Boots Not...

Where to Stay in Paris: Paris’ Coolest Neighborhoods

Where to Stay in Paris: Advice from a local expat and travel blogger about the best neighborhoods to stay in Paris,France! (Plus 33 hotel suggestions in different Paris neighborhoods).  If you're planning a European trip, be sure to check out our free travel guides....

Visiting the Groesbeek Canadian War Cemetery in Netherlands

The Groesbeek Canadian War Cemetery in Groesbeek, Netherlands: Visiting the WW2 grave of my great uncle at Groesbeek Canadian War Cemetery. his is Canadian ground, says Martin, as we pause at the cemetery gate, shifting our weight to stay warm as...

Where to Stay in Florence: Florence’s Coolest Neighborhoods

Where to Stay in Florence: Advice from a local expat and travel blogger about the best neighborhoods to stay in Florence, Italy! (Plus 27 hotel recommendations).  If you're planning a European trip, be sure to check out our free travel guides. We also have a Where to...

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We’ve been traveling since we met as expats in Taiwan in 2005, and hit the road permanently in 2013, giving up our house, car, and most of our posessions along with our secure corporate jobs and incomes.

Follow along on our blog and social media for a glimpse at what it’s like to live as modern-day nomads without a permanent home. We share the ups, downs, intrigues and disappointments of our life and business as travel bloggers and nomadic coloring book creators.More About Us