Things To Do In A Day in Sydney, Australia

Sydney, Australia is one of the most stunning cities in the world. From the architectural genius of the Opera House, sweeping views from the Pylons, Manly and Bondi white sand beaches, great public transport, entertainment, restaurants, shopping and more! Currently a little over 5 million people live in Australia’s iconic city. There’s so much to do in and around the city ranging from hiking, fine … Continue reading Things To Do In A Day in Sydney, Australia

Hack for Traveling Lighter. Hint: Pack Old Clothes

Whenever I travel, on most of my trips I take older clothes or items that are going out of style, wear them and either throw them away or donate them before coming back. That way I return with lighter luggage and feel good about doing something small but nice for others, who might be able to use those items. Caveats: Never give away anything torn … Continue reading Hack for Traveling Lighter. Hint: Pack Old Clothes

Ambergris Caye or Caye Caulker?

{Context} While planning my trip to Belize I knew I wanted to split our time between San Ignacio and one of the islands. But I didn’t know which island to choose – Ambergris or Caye Caulker. So I started researching: Google searches Asked friends TripAdvisor There were articles from other travel blogs that basically pointed out the main difference between the two islands: Caye Caulker … Continue reading Ambergris Caye or Caye Caulker?

9 Non-Obvious Things You Need to Know Before You Go On Day Tours

Public or Private Tour? The first time I went to the Cape of Good Hope, 13 years ago, was on a public tour and we made several stops along the way to buy trinkets and other things that I didn’t care for. I would have preferred to spend more at time at Llandudno, and at the Cape itself. Last year, when I returned, I hired … Continue reading 9 Non-Obvious Things You Need to Know Before You Go On Day Tours

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Not A Digital Nomad? No Worries!

I read several travel blogs and I find that many cater to digital nomads. It’s like unless you’re traveling full-time, you’re not really a traveler. I disagree. I have been traveling around the globe for 16 years – taking annual trips from 2 weeks to 1 month at a time. The fact is, most of us are not and and likely not going to become … Continue reading Not A Digital Nomad? No Worries!

Using Your DSLR in Humid Environments

After my experience in Vic Falls with my DSLR, I spent a lot of time to make sure I was prepared to protect my DSLR in Costa Rica. The main issue to be aware of there is humidity. The drastic change in temperature between your hostel/hotel room and outside, causes condensation. Condensation leads to mold and that’s really hard to get out of the camera … Continue reading Using Your DSLR in Humid Environments