My Travel & Food Guides
Thank you for checking out my guides. I’ve put a lot of time and effort into making these eBooks and they are packed with lots of my personal food and travel tips. Enjoy!
Here are a few of the articles on Migrationology that you should check out. Also, if you’re here for the first time, head over to this page to get started.
- How to be the ultimate food traveler
- How failing the SAT helped me make enough money to travel the world
- How to eat like a food blogger and stay slim
- 33 foods worth traveling across the world to eat
And a few of my favorite food articles…
- Thai curry musical chairs
- Tanzanian food at Grace Kiosk
- Kulle chaat – A Delhi street food you need to try
- Home-cooked flavors in Darjeeling, India
- Insanely good south Indian food
- The Hawaiian poke bowl
- Nasi lemak, fragrant rice with delicious toppings
- Grandma’s Sri Lankan chicken curry
- Amazing Korean barbecue
Bangkok Travel Tips
I’ve been based in Bangkok since the beginning of 2009. Though I spend the majority of my time eating, believe it or not, I’ve also done some other things!
- Where to stay in Bangkok – Some of my personal recommendations
- 101 Things to do in Bangkok – You’ll never run out of ideas
- 100 Thai dishes to eat in Bangkok – Never run out of delicious food to sample while you’re in Bangkok
- Baan Silapin – Bangkok artist’s house
- Photo tour of Bangkok’s Chinatown
Guides I Recommend
How to Make a Travel Blog
Do you want to start a travel blog?
This is an excellent online course that I would highly recommend to anyone who want to start a travel blog.
It walks you through the steps of creating a blog and how to earn money from it.
Getting Out of Auto – Photography Guide
When I first got my DSLR camera, I bought this guide.
It is packed full of useful tips and photo taking suggestions. I learned a lot and continue to utilize a lot of the photography tips mentioned in this great photography guide.
How To Get a Job on a Cruise Ship
Working on a cruise ship is a great way to earn money while traveling around the world.
Derek (a fellow blogging friend of mine), who has years of experience working on cruise ships, shows you how to make a lot of money in just a few months working on a cruise ship.
Like my blog?
Here are a few of the mains tools and resources I use to maintain this blog.
The site runs on WordPress, a wonderful blog platform. Once installed, here’s what I’m using:
- Genesis Framework with Studiopress – The Genesis Framework (Studiopress) is fast and includes very clean code. I’d highly recommend it for any WordPress website.
- Ally Child Theme (from Appfinite) – This is the main design of Migrationology, and I’ve made quite a few personal modifications from there.
- Synthesis Hosting – I recently migrated to Synthesis hosting, and though it’s quite expensive, it’s top notch. If you’re starting a blog, I’d recommend using BlueHost.
How do I sell my eBooks?
E-junkie – All you have to do is upload your digital product and e-junkie will handle the rest. It’s a great affordable service, and I’ve been very happy with it.
SmugMug (Use this code: JqD8T4QdLs06c) – SmugMug is a great site for uploading photos and albums that look professional. After uploading my photos to SmugMug, I then embed them onto the blog.
Do you want to start a blog?
Travel Blog Success – My friend Dave runs this online course, and it walks you through all the details you need to make and maintain a successful travel blog. If you’re interested in beginning a travel blog, Travel Blog Success is an amazing resource!
Like my photos and videos?
Here are the main tools I use for the photos and videos you see on Migrationology.com.
- Canon 70D – This is my main camera I carry with me everywhere I go. I use it to take both photos and videos.
- Tamron 17-50 mm F/2.8 lens – This lens has a great range for taking photos walking around and for food. I also use it for videos.
- RODE VideoMic Pro – The sound quality on DSLR cameras is pretty terrible, so if you plan to shoot video using a DSLR, grab this mic!
- MacBook Pro – I spend a ton of time on the computer (as you can probably guess). I use a MacBook Pro for photo editing, blogging, video editing, and everything else too.
- WD External Hard drives – I have an entire stack of them now. I use them for backup and storage of mostly videos and photos.
- Adobe Photoshop and Premiere – Editing photos and videos
I also wrote an article about how to make travel videos for YouTube.
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