9 top road trip travel tips

I did a big road trip across America by myself this summer. I drove through 14 states for a total distance of over 6,147 miles (9,887km). You can read a…

An affordable travel gift guide for your nomadic friend

You know that friend that’s always on the go? The one that’s off to a new, exotic destination each month or about to embark on a six-month backpacking trip around…

Visiting Hoover Dam: A travel guide of what you need to know

Dam that’s one big concrete wall… I’m sorry but I had to. No more puns, I promise. For a giant wall of concrete, the Hoover Dam is surprisingly photogenic and…

My great American road trip

This summer I did a lot of driving. 6,147 miles (9,887km) or 86 hours to be exact. I drove from Texas to Arizona to Colorado to Pennsylvania, stopped in Western…

A review of Antelope Canyon: Is it worth it?

Antelope Canyon is nestled in a neighborhood of natural wonders. To the south lies the Grand Canyon. To the west, you have Lake Powell and Zion National Park and to…

Image of beautiful architecture in Vail, Colorado.

A travel guide to exploring Vail in summer

When I think of Vail I think of lush ski resorts complete with gorgeous fireplaces and expensive furniture. I think of epic skiing, hot chocolates and faux fur scarves, hats…

How I spent one day in Chicago

Chicago is a beautiful city. Set on Lake Michigan with the Chicago River running through it, it has a gorgeous skyline that offers an eclectic mix of architecture — old,…

A travel guide to Presque Isle State Park

It’s not a ‘real’ beach, but it’s pretty darn close. I spent four years in Pennsylvania less than an hour down the road from Presque Isle State Park in Erie,…

A guide to Rio’s neighborhoods – Ipanema

Okay, so I know that Copacabana is the beach most people associate with Rio de Janeiro; however, if I only had one day to spend at a beach in Rio,…

Sunday stroll in Makara, NZ

There’s nothing like a family stroll on a Sunday morning on a perfectly sunny winters day; and it’s even better when you’re lucky enough to be able to walk around…