Is traveling with a tour group worth it? I think it can be. I had a great experience traveling with a group and you might too. Some of my insights into a travel company. #notanaddRead More Seven. Contiki: Traveling with a Tour Group
I love Italy. It was and remains to be a charming and picturesque place. Nothing shocked and awed me more in my travels than the feeling of being in this country. The clash of modernity intermingling with antiquity made the nerd in me geek out to extremes! Walking down the streets of Rome is so enchanting. […]Read More Six. Ciao Bella, Italy!
I think I can understand why food porn is a thing after all of my travels. Paris was one place where you can find the most elegant, sophisticated, and elaborate food of all: The Crepe. I partook in eating a monumental amount of crepes while in France. This post is an ode to the crepe. […]Read More Five. Oh Crepe!
Food is everything we are. It’s an extension of nationalist feeling, ethnic feeling, your personal history, your province, your region, your tribe, your grandma. It’s inseparable from those from the get-go.
Note: I am not paid or sponsored by any company/product mentioned below (yet). So all of the products are just some things that I have found in my hunt for the best packing options. Packing, My Arch Nemesis I love to travel! Everything about traveling is so exciting. Nothing is better than experiencing a new […]Read More Three. Packing: Quest Against Checking Your Bags
Pack Your Bags Now and Go! My first international trip was with a group of my (all women) friends to Italy in 2012. That trip changed my life. I knew from then on that I had to see the world. What I didn’t realize after that trip is that it is really hard to get […]Read More Two. Sam Solo: Traveling as a Lone (she)Wolf
Penelopê Who? No one talks about Penelopê. Remember back when we were “forced” (well not me) to read the Odyssey? She was the wife of Odysseus. You know, he was the amazing hero who fought in the Trojan War and went on an epic mythical journey to get back home. Don’t worry, I forgot her […]Read More One: Arbitrary Ramblings on *The Journey*