Getting started with Migrationology.com
Hey, I’m Mark Wiens, author, blogger, and video maker, but mostly I’m just a food lover obsessed with tasting things.
I’m glad you’re here, and I want to take this opportunity to share a little about what Migrationology is all about and direct you to content you’re interested in.
But first, click “play” to watch the video below.
What is Migrationology.com?
In short, it’s all about food… delicious food!
But the reason it’s all about food, is because that’s what I love learning about most.
There’s nothing more enjoyable than traveling the world experiencing different combinations of ingredients.
While Migrationology is mostly about food, it’s also my hope to inspire you to not only get out of your comfort zone and eat all sorts of foods that might be new to you, but to also pursue your dreams and passions.
No matter where you’re from or where you travel, from Mexico to Malaysia, food is a fundamental part of every culture.
Being interested in the foods that are so important in cultures across the globe, and tasting the local cooking, is a definitive way to connect with people when you travel.
When you pursue the local cuisine when you travel, I guarantee you’ll accumulate memories and flavors your mouth will never forget.
Eating and genuinely enjoying another culture’s food is like having a VIP access to incredible world travel experiences.
- 33 Foods Worth Traveling Across the World Just to Eat
- 100 Thai Dishes to eat in Bangkok – The Ultimate Guide
- Sri Lankan Food – 40 of the Islands Best Dishes
- Kolkata Street Food – The Ultimate Hungry Guide
- 14 Malaysian Food Photos – Are You Ready to Drool?
- South Korea Food – 29 of the Best Dishes
- 20 Scrumptious Burmese Foods: Take a Bite of Burma (Myanmar)!
- Kenyan Food Overview: 20 of Kenya’s Best Dishes
- Egyptian Street Food Guide: How to Eat like You’re the Pharaoh!
- In honor of tongue-burning chili peppers
- Ikan Bakar – Malaysian Grilled Seafood Worthy of a Pilgrimage
- Insanely Good South Indian Food in Kuala Lumpur
- Sri Lankan Hoppers – Funny Name, Delicious Pancakes
- Shuizhuyu Sichuan-Style Fish Hot Pot: Food Generated Ecstasy
- Alicia’s Market Honolulu: Hawaii Food Served the Local Way
And for the more daring…
- Nyama Choma – From the Carcass, Onto the Grill, Into Your Mouth
- How to Eat Scary Insects, Worms, and Bugs in Thailand
- The Ultimate Bangkok Durian Guide: What You Need To Know About the Stinky Fruit
- How to Eat Freakishly Weird Foods
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- 33 Photos That Will Inspire You to Travel
- Ghorepani Poon Hill Trek in Nepal
- 101 Things to Do in Bangkok
- 25 Incredible Things to Do in Delhi, India
- 25 Thrilling things to do in Seoul, South Korea
- The Ultimate Travel Guide for Nairobi, Kenya
- 16 Portraits of People in Sri Lanka
- Photo Tour of Bangkok’s Yaowarat Chinatown
- Backpacking Southeast Asia – The Ultimate Guide
- Do you carry these things when you travel?
- How to save money to travel
- How to Ditch Your Comfort Zone, Eat Local, and Be the Ultimate Culinary Traveler
- How to Use a Squat Toilet Like a Pro
- How to Eat Like a Food Blogger and Stay Slim
Are you ready to turn your passions into your 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 you turn your interests into a sustainable lifestyle.
Mark, how do you make money?
This is the most common question I get asked.
For years I struggled to figure out how to make enough money while continuing to live out my dream for food and traveling.
Though I’m still learning along the journey, I’ve figured out a few methods to gain income while being free.
I don’t make enough to live in the US, but I do make enough to be able to travel on a budget in Asia while eating outrageously delicious food.
Thank you for visiting Migrationology.com.
– Mark Wiens (Want to know more about me? Click here)