Posts Tagged ‘reader questions and comments’

Lost in the Mail: The Inca Trail

Lost in the Mail: The Inca Trail
This week’s Lost in the Mail comes to us from Rebecca Goehringer a 27-year old recruiter in Washington DC: Q. First I must say – thank you! Your blog has helped me through the last 3 terrible months at my old company. As I was dreaming and planning of a trip around the world I came across...
August 29th, 2007 | Adventure Travel, Fitness & Workouts, Lost Girls, Lost in the Mail, Peru, Planning, Tours & Attractions | Read More

Feeling Lost? Tell Us About It…

Feeling Lost? Tell Us About It…
As you have may have read in our “Taking the Long Way Around” post, we’ve wrapped up our yearlong journey and are now in various stages of returning home (Amanda’s off solo-traveling Australia, Jen’s doing the friends n’ family tour and Hol went straight back to NYC). But...
August 6th, 2007 | Blogging Your Trip, Departments, Leaving & Coming Home, Lost Girls, Lost Girls RTW Adventure, Photography & Video | Read More

Lost in the Mail: How to Start a Blog

Lost in the Mail: How to Start a Blog
A few weeks ago, we launched a new section where we try our best to answer readers’ burning travel questions. Whether it’s a query on deeply discounted airline tickets, the rules for dating on the road or where to find the best brands of quick-dry skivvies, no topic is too embarrassing (or...
July 24th, 2007 | Blogging Your Trip, Lost Boys, Lost in the Mail, Websites and Blogs | Read More

Lost in the Mail: Choosing a Laptop

Lost in the Mail: Choosing a Laptop
Over the past few months, our fellow backpackers have sent us a ton of questions concerning all aspects of backpacking, vagabonding and round-the-world travel (as if we know more than the next Lost Girl!). Well, we’re hardly experts but we figured that it might help to start responding to these...
June 11th, 2007 | Blogging Your Trip, Lost in the Mail, Planning, Staying Connected | Read More

Mug Shots

Mug Shots
While drivers license photos still take top prize for their sheer ugliness (holy crap, did they have to zoom right in on my gross zit??!), passport photos often score a close second, making even a vibrant and a freshly coifed Lost Girl look like Mel Gibson after swallowing the worm at the bottom of...
August 25th, 2006 | Leaving & Coming Home, Passports & Visas, Photography & Video, Travel Products & Services, Websites and Blogs | Read More