Busy People, Extraordinary Travels

Work, family, weekends spent exhausted on the couch. A day off to catch up on errands. A longing glance at the travel section in the bookstore.

“I couldn’t possibly find the time to travel there.”
Or,
“That’s a trip of a lifetime, I will do that someday…when I retire.”

Travel writers often act as if everyone can take weeks, months, even years off to amble the world. Even those “36 Hours in…” columns leisurely treat a destination as if visiting for the third time.

This blog is dedicated to the rest of us that want to see the world AND have jobs and family still there when we return.

Traveling fast and smart is a challenge. Planning and research is the key to seeing the world in a hurry. This blog will help you build your own travel skills so that you can have ‘trips of a lifetime’ without anyone knowing you were gone.

The Rapid Travel philosophy is to experience a destination in a flash but leave no regrets behind.

Whether a beginner traveler or a seasoned pro, come join The Rapid Traveler to learn, share, and roam!

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The Rapid Traveler on Lake Baikal, Russia

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