It’s The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year… A NYC Holiday.

When is the best time to visit New York City you ask? The “Big Apple”, the “City That Never Sleeps”, or whatever you want to call it is a great destination to visit in December. Why you wonder? Many Hollywood films have used New York City as the backdrop for holiday films such as in … Continue reading It’s The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year… A NYC Holiday.


Luggage fees have really hit the bank when planning a holiday as these fees can be anywhere from $25-$60 each way especially when traveling on an economy airline. If you think airlines in America are bad, economy airlines in Europe have even smaller size restrictions when it comes to carry-on luggage’s making packing a #LifeinaBag … Continue reading #GTMBAGCHALLENGE

Slovakia, You Young’in You

Since I was working in Austria, I did what any stereotypical traveling addict does and played the “Where else can I visit” as I browsed a world map for places near Austria. Sprinkling a little of my old Girl Takes Mundo ways with a work trip in Austria felt like a bit of the ying … Continue reading Slovakia, You Young’in You

Spain, Spain And More Spain

For many travelers with regular work holidays the idea of revisiting countries seems a bit wasteful especially when there are so many places to visit. I certainly had the same mentality when I was on holiday and still in my 9-5. So, it should come as no surprise that the idea of only visiting new … Continue reading Spain, Spain And More Spain

Sweet Home Chicago

A question EVERY traveler will ask each other is, "Where are you from?". It's a simple question but when you're 8, 9 plus months into your travels with no exact plan of when or if you will return "home", you start feeling like you have to add to your response. A simple question becomes so complex; … Continue reading Sweet Home Chicago

Conquering Bilbao in 8 Hours

Bilbao, the former industrial city of northern Spain has had a modern day renaissance by becoming a great destination for art and food among other things. Naturally a long 8 hour layover with it’s convenient 15 minute bus ride into the city made Bilbao an ideal and not nearly as bad place to be stuck … Continue reading Conquering Bilbao in 8 Hours

If At First You Don’t Succeed…Visit Again And Again. #SalzburgEdition

Since I’ve been fortunate to be working as a contractor for Red Bull Global, I have had the opportunity to visit its headquarters in Salzburg, Austria 4 times since beginning my contract in September, 2018. But as mentioned in a previous post titled, “All Work & No Play Make Girl Takes Mundo A Dull Girl. … Continue reading If At First You Don’t Succeed…Visit Again And Again. #SalzburgEdition

1st Bank Holiday – Scotland

What’s the best way for a traveling nomad like myself to be welcomed to the new city she will call “Home” you ask? Immediately going on holiday of course! I couldn’t resist partaking in my first bank holiday (AKA what people in the UK call a public holiday) in England by doing what the locals … Continue reading 1st Bank Holiday – Scotland

7 Months At Home

Returning home after being a traveling nomad is certainly a feat of its own. Probably the equivalent of leaving to become said traveling nomad. Sure, the excitement of returning to see family and friends, enjoying meals you can only find at home and coming back with a different perspective on life and stories to match … Continue reading 7 Months At Home

The Great Escape

If you’ve followed my journey, you’d know that moving to England was a mission of its own to say the least. See here to play catch up. Yet once my VISA was approved, bags packed and the official move ready to take place, you would think this would be clear sailings from here, right? WRONG!!! … Continue reading The Great Escape