Welcome to Migrationology!
What is Migrationology all about?
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Do You Love to Travel?
I love to travel.
Growing up around the world, I developed a severe case of wanderlust that keeps getting stronger.
Being able to visit a new destination, see a place you’ve only dreamed of before, and experience a new culture is what fuels my desire to keep going.
Migrationology is about travel, not just backpacking travel, but about slow paced long term travel – the kind where you are able to learn life lasting lessons along the way.
If you are looking for a little travel inspiration, check out 33 Photos that will inspire you to travel the world.
Do you Enjoy Sampling Local Food?
Even if you just now found Migrationology, you might already know that street food and local delicacies from around the world are a huge part of my travels.
Living in Thailand, I have the privilege of eating Thai street food everyday – and it’s always entertaining!
Not only do I love to eat, I think that food is the ultimate way to connect with other cultures and to meet locals.
Eating and genuinely enjoying another culture’s food is like having a VIP access to incredible world travel experiences.
Do You Want to Turn Your Passions into a Sustainable Lifestyle?
Here are a few articles you might be interested in:
- How Failing the SAT Helped Me Make Enough Money to Travel the World
- 7 Simple (but Effective) Strategies to Save Money to Travel
- Migrationology: The Sustainable Way to Travel Long-Term
- How to Live Like a VIP in Bangkok for $285.06 Per Month
- Migrationology: Living With Future Intentions
I graduated from university in 2008 and the absolute last thing I wanted to do was go straight into an office and get a job.
Instead I wanted to travel the world, pursue my passion of food, and ultimately find a sustainable way to make and save some money.
Along with traveling and eating, Migrationology is also a travel website that is aimed to help others turn passions into sustainable lifestyles.
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- Mark Wiens (Click here to read more about me)