We are a collection of off-beat travelers bringing you written & visual experiences from around the world

This is how we got here:

In October 2010 we gave birth to “Travel Bug.” A year later we decided to buy a one-way flight off the island of Hawai’i. With 365 days and 5 different jobs to make the dream of traveling “Round The World” (RTW) a reality, going homeless did not seem like a big deal. We terminated our lease and surrendered the comforts of a home. We sold the shirts off our backs for the sake of saving and moved into our yellow 1976 VW Bus. Three months “lost in paradise,” we called it: beach bum days, frugal sunset dinners, stimulating conversations and encounters with other Hawai’i vagabonders alike. We entered another world and became less of what society expected us to be and more like drifters.

Feed a Drifter is a collection of travelers tired of the daily grind delving into the world of vagabonding and extensive travel. We work on polishing our travel skills both on a mental and physical level. With a smile on our face and a map in our hands we are willing to go where others only dream of.

Keep a drifter eating, bathing, sleeping and living through your donations; Keep a drifter traveling…

  • Milked a goat, made fresh cheese and made bread for the first time while volunteering in a homesteading assignment in Lysá nad Labem, Czech Republic.
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  • Swam with 5ft manta rays in the wild in Nusa Lembongan, Indonesia
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  • Volunteered at Mangrove Yoga Ashram and Woodford Folk Festival in Australia
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  • Lived for half a year in the “Most Livable City in the World,” Melbourne, Australia
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  • Biked for 32 KM around the Angkor Wat temples in Cambodia
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  • Skydived over Oahu’s North Shore in Hawai’i
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  • Traveled through 21 countries and a total 51,750 miles by air, land and sea
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  • Helped plant trees in Gulf Savannah, Northern Australia
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  • Drifting around the world for 745 days in three words was: challenging, humbling and life changing
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  • Took a 14-day transatlantic cruise from Copenhagen, Denmark to Miami, Florida
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  • Picked fruit and worked in Nakagomi Orchard for a month in Minami Alps Yamanashi, Japan
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  • Stood in a bat cave with over 75,000 microbats and witnessed snakes devour them over my head in Undara (Australia’s Accessible Outback)
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  • Lived out of a 1976 VW bus on a beach in Hawaii for 3 months. Lived out of a station wagon for 6 months with a 6 ft surfboard in Australia
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  • Used 16 types of currencies and said “thank you” in 19 different languages in a span of 2 years
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  • Swam in the: Pacific Ocean, Atlantic Ocean, Gulf of Mexico, Caribbean Sea, Adriatic Sea, Mediterranean Sea, Aegean Sea, Andaman Sea, Gulf of Thailand, South China Sea, Indian Ocean, Coral Sea and Tasman Sea
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EAST ASIA PHOTO WALK

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on September 12th, 2014 0 Comments

After days of discussion in Northern Vietnam, it was time to decide on our next destination. After going in circles and having to choose between three amazing destinations, we finally  made a last minute decision …

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