When you think of Germany what do you picture? I’m sure people think of Hitler, Octoberfest, Bratwurst and beer. Or maybe that’s just me.
While in town for the World Travel Market I took some time to meet up with some friends and have a few drinks. I figured a great way to see some cool bars was by joining a pub crawl.
In a place like Delhi it is easy to find your self over whelmed. I live in New York and I was still taken aback by how many people, animals, cars and buildings could be shoved into one place.
I know I go on and on about off the beaten path activities and places. I love to feel like I am discovering something not following the masses to a prepackaged idea.
Sadly my venture into Vietnam was merely an exit for my trip to Cambodia. I spent just a few days crossing into the country and heading into Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon).
I have been back from my TBU conference for a little over a month now. Each time I sit down to write about Nantes I just don’t know how to start but I figured I have been putting it off for long enough
Brussels is a city for people who love food. There is a never ending variety of delicious choices. We all know by now that the way to my heart is through good food ( and good beer).
I have been to about 30 countries in about 12 years. I trek around the globe nearly four times a year for weeks at a time. I spend hours upon hours researching and planning trips. Reading the histories of countries far and near.
I love booking hostels. Don’t get me wrong I enjoy the comforts of a hotel, the amenities, someone else cleaning up after me.
Every city has a place you fall in love with. The perfect district you know you could be a part of. In Paris, for me, it is undoubtedly Montmartre.
As an American it is hard to imagine that there are people who live without things like the internet, cable or electricity. However all over the world there are people who have none of these things.
Nowadays, before I go any where, I begin to immerse myself in the country of my next destination.