2016 was really good to me but is ending on a sad note. This was the first year I really thought I might be able to become a digital nomad. A goal that until a two years ago I didn’t think was possible for me. Continue reading 2016: Year End Review
Traditionally, the notion of a three-week cruise around The Caribbean or through the Mediterranean was the preserve of the wealthy but in recent years the popularity of cruises has rocketed, some ten million people embarked upon a cruise over the last year throughout the world. This remarkable upsurge in popularity is due in part to the availability of affordable cruises increasing and the ease with which can be now be done online. Budget cruises are possible to find. Continue reading Stretching Your Budget
When I was a kid I dreamed of being a Paleontologist. I loved dinosaurs. I wanted to do what they did in “Jurassic Park”. Then it turned out I was shit at science. Continue reading Live the (Travel) Life You Have Imagined
What do you know about Monaco?
I certainly did not know much. I actually thought it was part of France, boy was I wrong. It is its own country. With its own culture and interesting quirks. Also it is remarkably hilly. I may have realized that if I knew anything about elevation levels but as it stands ,I do not. The amount of stairs in this country is out of control. Continue reading Explore Monaco
Over the past 10 years travel has become a consistent part of my life. I am so used to being on the go that when I am home for long periods of time I often feel out of sorts. I itch to plan my next trip and I always yearn to be somewhere I am not. Continue reading Travel: Is a Nomadic Life Worth it?
In November I was set to go to Turkey with three friends from home. Last minute I decided to make a detour to the World Travel Market in London. Which meant that I had to change my flights and not go with all of them. One of the other girls I was going with had to change her flight too. We would be coming in about an hour or so after the others.Never would I be so thankful for the change of planes and the money I spent. Continue reading Travel Mishaps in Turkey
If you’re going to Europe or anywhere for that matter. One of the cheapest and best ways to do it is to backpack. You live a little less luxuriously but when you want to see all the world has to offer spending untold amounts on hotel rooms doesn’t seem worth it. I mean how much time are you planning on spending in your hotel room when you fly all the way over to Italy? Not much I hope. Continue reading Advice: How to Pack for Your Trip
The east end of London reminds me of Williamsburg, New York. It is filled with interesting bars, coffee shops and ethnic food. It is where the young and artistic flock to live and to hang out. I knew I had to dive in and explore this area. Continue reading Exploring the East End of London
India is not for the faint of heart.
Patience is a virtue when traveling through India and you learn real quick you need to roll with the punches. Things won’t go the way you expect but that can be the best part of a trip sometimes. Continue reading 6 things I learned about India