Words like "Coronavirus", "Covid-19", "Pandemic", "Closed boarders" and "Travel bans" have meant the disruption of travel in 2020 and possibly the shift of how we will travel post this virus. The only passport stamps avid travelers like myself have been collecting have been stamps like "Kitchen", "Zoom Meeting", and "Living Room". It hasn't been easy … Continue reading Open For Travelers – A Guide Of Where And How To Travel Once Travel Bans Are Lifted
On July 4th, 2020 back home in the states people celebrated Independence Day. England, ironically enough was celebrating freedom in its own way as this was the day that pubs, camping sites, house sharing companies such as Airbnb, restaurants and hair dressers to name a few were allowed to open to the public in England … Continue reading Cruising Around Cornwall
Imagine, you are at the airport visiting an ATM station to acquire money for your vacation and you get the message that no traveler wants to see on an ATM machine, "Your card has been retained. Temporarily out of service." In other terms, this ATM has ate your debit card and is now out of … Continue reading ATM Ate My Card On Holiday, Now What?
If you are looking for a city you can easily visit in 2-3 days be it an easy weekend escape for those living in Europe or a add on to a European holiday, then Brussels should certainly be high on your list. The city of Brussels is iconically known as “The Capital of Europe”, so … Continue reading Chocolate, Waffles & Street Art – A Brussels Weekender
One would think that after traveling to so many corners of the world that the potential of everything beginning to look the same or becoming one of those travelers that is more difficult to impress by a place could be something at stake.Maybe it’s my passion to travel or the fact that when I travel … Continue reading Ice Ice Baby – An Iceland Adventure
(UPDATED with more recs from my additional trip in December of 2019) Canada, you're like the guy who's always been there, always waiting for their chance to show me how amazing you are. I've traveled to so many places, lived in Chicago my whole life, a place that is so close to you and somehow … Continue reading Sorrey Canada
After months of calling myself a travelling nomad and returning to a more "normal" life by planting roots in my new home and in a new country that is Manchester, England; I quickly discovered that the sense of adventure, the need to see new places doesn't vanish. Instead one learns the power of time and … Continue reading Travels In My Backyard: England Weekend Trips
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
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