- Tales from a Traveller: Myk Green – Introduction
- Tales from a Traveller: Myk Green – Early Years
- Tales from a Traveller: Myk Green – On the Road
- Tales from a Traveller: Myk Green – People and Places
- Tales from a Traveller: Myk Green – The Journey Home
- Tales from a Traveller: Myk Green – What I’ve Learned
- Tales from a Traveller: Myk Green – The Future
- Tales from a Traveller: Myk Green – FAQ
- Tales from a Traveller: Myk Green – Resources
- Tales from a Traveller: Myk Green – About the Author
Join Myk Green as he travels the world and shares his tales, experiences and tips for other travellers.
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Tales from a Traveller: Myk Green – Introduction
Myk Green is a Canadian travel writer who has been to over eighty countries and counting. He has written for numerous publications, including National Geographic Traveler, Canadian Geographic, and Reader’s Digest. In his column Tales from a Traveller, Myk shares his tales of adventure and mishap from the road.
In this installment, Myk tells us about his experience getting scammed in Istanbul. If you’re planning a trip to Turkey, or anywhere else in the world for that matter, make sure to read this first!
Tales from a Traveller: Myk Green – Early Years
Myk Green is a well-traveled man who has been to some of the most exotic and remote locations on Earth. In this article, he tells tales of his early years spent travelling the world.
Green grew up in a small town in England and always had a passion for adventure. When he was just eighteen, he set out on his first big trip – a solo journey through Europe. He started in London and made his way through France, Italy, Greece, and Turkey.
It was during this trip that he had his first real taste of adventure. In Turkey, he met a group of travelers who were headed into Syria. Green decided to join them, even though he knew very little about the country. It turned out to be one of the best decisions he ever made.
Syria was an amazing place – full of history, culture, and hospitality. Green quickly fell in love with the country and its people. He ended up spending six months there, exploring every corner of the country.
When it was time to leave Syria, Green didn’t want to go – but he knew that he had to continue his journey. He said goodbye to his new friends and set off for new adventures in other parts of the world.
Tales from a Traveller: Myk Green – On the Road
On the road, the best tales are told around the campfire. But, when travelling solo, it can be lonely listening to only your own stories. I was lucky enough to meet Myk Green while on the road and he agreed to sit down with me and share some of his tales from life on the road. So, pull up a log, grab a cup of something warm and enjoy!
Myk has been living on the road for over 10 years now, originally hailing from California. He started out in a van, but after a few years switched to a motorcycle and sidecar set up, which he still uses today. He’s travelled all over North America and Europe and has no plans to stop anytime soon.
I asked him what keeps him going after all this time on the road and he simply said “the next adventure”. For Myk, it’s not about the destination, it’s about the journey. That’s why he’s always moving, always looking for something new to see and do. He told me that he never gets bored on the road because there’s always something new to explore.
And explore he does! In addition to being an intrepid adventurer, Myk is also an artist and musician. He often uses his art as a way to connect with people he meets on his travels. He sees art as a universal language that anyone can understand, regardless of where they come from or what language they speak.
One of Myk’s favorite things about life on the road is the people he meets along the way. He told me that he’s met some of the most interesting people while travelling and that they often become lifelong friends. He says that there’s something special about connecting with someone while you’re both out exploring the world – it creates a bond that can last a lifetime.
If you ever have the chance to meet Myk Green on your travels, be sure to listen to his stories around the campfire – you won’t be disappointed!
Tales from a Traveller: Myk Green – People and Places
Myk Green is a Canadian photographer, traveler and writer. His work has been published in National Geographic Traveler, Condé Nast Traveler, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, CNN Travel andMORE Magazine. He is the author of two books, “Tales from a Traveller: Mykonos” and “Tales from a Traveller: Santorini.”
Tales from a Traveller: Myk Green – The Journey Home
I’ve been travelling for a while now, and I’ve never been homesick. But there’s something aboutMykonos that makes me want to go home.
I’ve been to some beautiful places on this journey – from the sandy beaches of Thailand to the snow-capped mountains of Nepal – but there’s something about Mykonos that just feels like home.
Maybe it’s the way the sun sets over the Aegean Sea, or the way the wind blows through the streets of Mykonos Town. Maybe it’s the people – everyone seems to be happy and friendly here.
Or maybe it’s just because I know that, no matter how far I travel, I can always come home to Mykonos.
Tales from a Traveller: Myk Green – What I’ve Learned
In his work as a traveller, Myk Green has seen and learned a lot about the world. Here, he shares some of the most important lessons he’s taken away from his experiences.
1. There’s no place like home.
No matter how wonderful a place might be, there’s always something that reminds you of home. It might be a familiar smell, a type of food, or even just the way people move and interact with each other. For Green, it’s often the sound of birds chirping that takes him back to his homeland of Canada.
2. The best experiences are often unplanned.
Some of the most memorable moments from Green’s travels have been spontaneous and unplanned. Whether it’s getting lost in a city and finding your way back with the help of locals or stumbling upon an amazing piece of art in an unexpected place, these moments are often the ones that stay with us longest.
3. You can’t always control what happens to you, but you can control how you react to it.
Green has had both good and bad experiences while travelling, but he’s learned that it’s important to focus on the positive and try to make the best of every situation. After all, we can’t control what happens to us in life, but we can control our own reactions and attitudes.
Tales from a Traveller: Myk Green – The Future
I’m Myk Green, a traveller from Australia. I’ve been on the road for two years now, and I don’t see any end in sight. I love seeing new places, meeting new people and experiencing new cultures.
I believe that travel broadens the mind, and I try to learn something new from every place I visit. Sometimes that comes in the form of history or culture, but often it’s just about getting to know the people and their way of life.
I think that travel will become increasingly important in the future, as we become more connected globally. With technology making it easier than ever to connect with people from all over the world, there’s no reason not to explore as much as you can.
So what does the future hold for me? More travel, of course! I’m always planning my next adventure, and I can’t wait to see what the world has in store for me.
Tales from a Traveller: Myk Green – FAQ
Are you a full-time traveler?
Yes! I’ve been traveling for about 4 years now. I originally started out as a digital nomad, but eventually transitioned into long-term travels. These days, I’m on the road for 9-12 months at a time.
What inspired you to start traveling?
A sense of wanderlust, combined with a desire for adventure and new experiences. I had always wanted to see the world, and after a few years of working in “the real world”, I decided to take the plunge and go for it!
What’s been your favorite place to visit so far?
That’s a tough question, as I’ve been lucky enough to visit so many amazing places! However, if I had to narrow it down, I would say either Norway or Japan. Both countries are absolutely stunning, and offer such unique experiences.
What’s the best way to save money when travelling?
There are a few things you can do: first, try to couchsurf or stay in hostels whenever possible. This can be a great way to meet other travellers and save on accommodation costs. Secondly, cook your own meals as often as possible – eating out all the time can get expensive quickly! And finally, try to limit your shopping – it’s easy to get caught up in souvenir shopping when you’re on holiday, but resist the temptation if you’re trying to stick to a budget.
Any advice for first-time travellers?
Yes – just go for it! Don’t overthink things or let your fears hold you back. Travelling is an amazing experience that will teach you so much about yourself and the world around you. Just be sure to do your research beforehand (especially if you’re visiting off the beaten path destinations), and pack light so that you can easily move around from place
Tales from a Traveller: Myk Green – Resources
Myk Green is a Canadian traveller, blogger and YouTuber. On his website, he provides free resources for other travellers, including an eBook on how to start your own travel blog or vlog. He also has a YouTube channel where he documents his travels.
Tales from a Traveller: Myk Green – About the Author
Myk Green is a professional writer, traveller and coffee enthusiast. He has written for a variety of publications, including Lonely Planet and World Coffee Research. Myk is also the author of ‘Tales from a Traveller: Myk Green’, a collection of his travel stories.