OAXACA MUST EATS

It is no surprise that a visit to Oaxaca in Mexico instantaneously becomes a food tour given the amazing food and drink options coming from Oaxaca that have put Mexico cuisine on the culinary map.  Of everything that I indulged in while here, (and it most certainly was quite a bit, if not ask my … Continue reading OAXACA MUST EATS

Weekend City Break – 3 Days Visiting Bath, Stonehenge & Castle Combe

Living in a time when travel bans have caused travel disruptions for a poor travel addict like myself has meant getting my fix close to home. Happy for me, I live in a new country; England, that despite being small is still full of beautiful places to explore. While I had had the chance to … Continue reading Weekend City Break – 3 Days Visiting Bath, Stonehenge & Castle Combe

Gastronomical & Cultural Indulgences In Oaxaca, Mexico

Mexico has plenty of destinations to pick from if you are looking to visit and we can't be too surprised when you see its size. Admittedly, this can make it quite overwhelming when planning a visit especially if time isn't in your favor. Let me make this easier for you. Have you met my friend, … Continue reading Gastronomical & Cultural Indulgences In Oaxaca, Mexico

Where & How To See Flamingos In Holbox

🦩Flamingo season in Holbox, Mexico is April to October making this the best time to visit Holbox if you want to see flamingos yet locals claim you can spot them year round. Lucky for some, a wild & rare flamingo was spotted in January in Punta Mosquito. (See the first image in the top) 🤣 … Continue reading Where & How To See Flamingos In Holbox

Holbox Island: A Secret Worth Visting In Mexico

Holbox Island, located in Mexico's largest ecological reserve, Yum Balam (no biggie) has been getting quite the buzz in the last few years. I first heard of the existence of this paradise back in 2017 and since then have heard "Holbox" pop up in travel conversations since. It was on my radar, the island was … Continue reading Holbox Island: A Secret Worth Visting In Mexico

How To See The Magical Bioluminescence In Holbox Without A Tour

Visiting Holbox in Mexico? Want to see the bioluminescence? Let me show you how to see this magical effect without a tour. You will see tours advertising the bioluminescence tour in Holbox for $300 MXN ($15 USD / £11 GBP). While this isn’t high by any stretch of the imagination, the “tour” only includes a … Continue reading How To See The Magical Bioluminescence In Holbox Without A Tour

7 Tips To Travel On A Budget In 2021

You don't have to be rich to travel. The biggest myth around travel is that you need to drain your savings to travel. If student travelers have taught us anything is that you can cost efficiently travel the world for less without missing out on experiences. Sharing with you my best tips to save money … Continue reading 7 Tips To Travel On A Budget In 2021

Covid Travel Advice – The Travel Check List Every Passanger Should Follow

Many of us this year have been forced to stay home in lockdown having our much desired or much needed travel plans paused or canceled. With travel bans in place and covid travel restrictions in countries constantly changing day by day, the travel industry has really taken a hit this year due to Covid-19. No … Continue reading Covid Travel Advice – The Travel Check List Every Passanger Should Follow

2-4-1: Switzerland and Liechtenstein Weekend

  The first things that spring to my mind when "Switzerland" is mentioned is global financial hub, skiing, the Alps and an expensive country to visit.  The latter being probably the reason why Switzerland had still not been ticked off  my list. With Covid-19 putting a halt on travel and Switzerland being a safe destination … Continue reading 2-4-1: Switzerland and Liechtenstein Weekend

Open For Travelers – A Coronavirus Travel Guide Of Where And How To Travel Once Travel Bans Are Lifted

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 Coronavirus Travel Guide Of Where And How To Travel Once Travel Bans Are Lifted