ROGUE (n.): 1. a vagrant; 2. a person who does not behave in the usual way
I’ve discovered two types of travelers: those that do and those that do not.
Those that do not tend to find an all-inclusive hotel, a beach, or a guided megabus tour and settle in for a week of hands-off relaxation. Meanwhile, those that do sleep in hostels and on overnight trains, surf instead of lay on the sand and get lost on city backstreets and use public transportation.
This is a blog for those that do.
I’m Meghan (read more about me here), an American living in London and currently planning a massive undertaking — 4 years and at least one activity in every country in the world.
Sedentary travel has never been my thing. Instead, I’m looking to hike, do yoga, surf, photograph, cook, learn new languages, and actively adventure my way around the globe. If that sounds like your style, follow along for travel tips, inspiration & info on the local, cultural activity holidays I experience.
Be bold. Live wild. Go rogue.
Let’s get started.