I’ve just returned from an incredible trip to Hawaii
A mere 45 minutes by train from the buzzing city of Barcelona, lies one of the most exciting day trips.
On my recent trip to Buenos Aires, I had the pleasure of experiencing a fabulous day outside of the city that knocked my socks off.
Fall is my absolute favorite time to travel to Europe.
Have I ever told you I am an amateur foodie?
When it comes to planning your vacation, timing can be everything.
There are times when we can put the emphasis less on sightseeing and more on experiencing our surroundings at a relaxed and comfortable pace.
Have you ever returned home from a trip feeling utterly exhausted?
Rome is a city that has the ability to deliver in a multitude of ways.
You know those photos you see of ridiculously beautiful destinations that look too amazing to even be real?!
Did you know that the act of giving or receiving gifts is one of the five love languages?
As we begin a new year, many of us are considering how to spend our well earned leisure time in 2017.
I don’t know about you, but I’ve gotten to the point in life where I’m pretty much over the stress and the anxiety of gift shopping.
Have you ever had an amazing experience on a trip that was made possible by a local you just happened to meet?
I love to capture memories of my experiences when I travel. You probably do too, right?
Most people have great intentions of traveling more. They are wanderlust spirits with a strong desire to explore this beautiful world. And yet… they don’t. For one reason or another, their aspirations to travel don’t materialize.
Adventure travel speaks to me…sometimes. I am the type of traveler that can thrive on doing absolutely nothing for days on end, and also find great enjoyment in having the most mind blowing, adrenaline pumping, heart racing adventures. I constantly have to ask myself, is this trip seeking to be an epic adventure of a lifetime, or will the most adventurous part of my trip be having two desserts? Decisions, decisions.
I know there are some people who fall firmly in one camp or the other, no matter what. Adventure seekers are always a blast to plan trips for because I know I can really let loose and create a fast-paced trip they are sure to love. They aren’t going to call me a few days in asking me to cancel the rest of their plans because they just fell like laying low at the spa. They are going to go, and then go some more.
If you are in that camp, I want to share with you a few of my favorite destinations I recommend for my fellow thrill-seekers.
I consider myself a minor league foodie. By this I mean that there is nothing very sophisticated or educated about my food obsession, other than the fact that I simply love good food. And because I wouldn’t say that I really love to cook, I’m a person who loves good food someone else cooks. It doesn’t have to be fancy, or complicated, or even hard to pronounce… it simply has to be delicious.
For this reason, I am a firm believer that every amazing vacation should include great food. There are very few destinations on my list of places I have immensely enjoyed visiting that didn’t offer this component. (Besides maybe the Czech Republic. I loved Prague...hated the food!) As such, I like to make it a point to discuss this topic with clients when creating custom itineraries.
Romance can be found in so many different and unique places around the world. Yes, you want that beautiful romantic element to your travel experience, but what else are you looking to pair it with? The following is a list of some of my favorite destinations around the globe, compiled into categories you can identify with and will be drawn to based on your own interests. This list could easily change seven times before Friday, but it’s a fantastic starting point to help you think about creating the type of travel experience that fits you personally.
Here is yet another thing I love about traveling the world: You can literally pick the season you want to enjoy at any time of year, and go somewhere perfectly suited to experience it. Did you miss your opportunity for a summer vacation? Or are you like me, and jump at the chance to work on your tan any chance you get? Well, you’re in luck.
Since most people don’t start their winter travel until mid or late December, traveling in November and early December means crowds are small and your vacation dollar will go a lot further in huge sections of the travel world.
Today’s blog gives you some fantastic ideas to help you add a week or two of summer vibes toward the end of the year.