Travel stories are the best – whether a book, short story, or a blog post. They are my vice when I can’t take a trip. Since starting this blog, I have found myself going back to the same travel blogs every time I’m needing to research a trip or need some inspiration in my life.… Continue reading Favorite Travel Blogs
Being in one of the most haunted cities in Europe, it was only appropriate that we go on a haunted walking tour to learn all the dark history Edinburgh possesses.We did quite a bit of research before choosing a walking tour, and thanks to Pinterest, I found the Edinburgh Haunted Walking Tour: Mysteries, Murder and… Continue reading Edinburgh Ghost Tour
Out the door ten minutes early, packing and repacking my bag, following my schedule to a T. These are all things I do constantly because I live life by my planner. When faced with traveling for 3 weeks, I thought every nano-second of our trip had to be planned out. Turns out, keeping an open schedule… Continue reading How Traveling For 3 Weeks Opened My Eyes
Trying to budget for a trip is always hard. More often than not, I tend to say screw it and make sure we have more than enough put back to cover what we think we will spend. This was definitely the case when we blew our budget by double on our latest trip. I knew… Continue reading Trip Budget: Ireland, Scotland, and France
What possesses a person to go from an overly-large piece of luggage for a 3-week trip to a 55L travel pack? Lots of wine.
Each Thursday, I have made it a goal to scour thru my favorite travel websites and see what is new. Without fail, I always run across a few articles that I feel are worth passing on. This week, I would like to share with you an article I found on Condê Nast Traveler.
This particular article caught my eye. It is titled “10 Places Telling Tourists to Stay Home.” I was thinking this article had more to do with cities with high terror threats, but boy was I mistaken. If any of these places are on your list, I suggest you go while you still can!
Continue reading “Ten Places Limiting Tourism Around the World”
I am typically one to overanalyze everything I do in life for no apparent reason. When it pays off like it did today, I no longer question why I do it.