Cheaper Alternative to Packing Cubes: for Petite Women Travelers

My cheaper alternative to packing cubes is large (gallon size) re-sealable aka ziploc bags. This is a #TravelHack that works for petite women since our clothes are so small! I tried to pack my husband’s clothes in re-sealable bags too. It didn’t work. So for all the elbows to the face while clubbing, having to stand on stools to reach our kitchen cabinets, and awkwardness getting … Continue reading Cheaper Alternative to Packing Cubes: for Petite Women Travelers

Stylish Outfits for Petite Women to Wear On Planes

I’ve read some great articles about what to wear on planes and in transit. But very few of the articles take petite womens needs into consideration. For instance, all of the articles I read suggest maxi dresses. I LOVE maxi dresses and I wish I could wear them but at almost 5′ tall, I just drown in most of them. So I decided to write … Continue reading Stylish Outfits for Petite Women to Wear On Planes

9 Faux Pas When Seeking Travel Advice from Your Travel Blogger Friends/Acquaintances

I love talking about travel and sharing specific and personalized travel tips, advice and info. But I don’t love when people abuse my time and generosity, which happens often in this world as most people don’t realize how personal and subjective traveling is. So today I’m sharing 9 Don’t Do’s, when it comes to asking your travel blogger or avid traveler friends for travel advice. … Continue reading 9 Faux Pas When Seeking Travel Advice from Your Travel Blogger Friends/Acquaintances

Fly Return or Two 1-Ways to Kona & Hilo? What To Consider; Big Island, Hawaii

The Big Island of Hawaii has two major airports, Kona and Hilo. I’m currently planning a trip there now and I’ve been debating about whether to fly round trip or do, two one- ways. I’ve decided to fly round trip to Kailua-Kona airport because I can fly direct from San Francisco and because I am staying on the island long enough (8 full days to … Continue reading Fly Return or Two 1-Ways to Kona & Hilo? What To Consider; Big Island, Hawaii

6 Inexpensive and Natural Health-Beauty Travel Hacks for Women and Men, That No One Else Talks About

For all my ladies (and gents) that want to look as put together, fresh and adorable while you travel as you do everyday, here are some easy, affordable hacks I’ve learned and tested throughout my travels. Emphasis on the affordable, easy to travel with as well as focus on as many natural products as possible. You can have an on-the-road health-beauty regimen that keeps you … Continue reading 6 Inexpensive and Natural Health-Beauty Travel Hacks for Women and Men, That No One Else Talks About

Ideal Crossbody Travel Bag for Petite Women

Like many women, when I travel I am looking for comfort + style in my clothes, shoes, and accessories. As a petite woman finding the right bags has always been difficult for me. Whether I’m trying to find a somewhat feminine looking DSLR bag or a cute purse for a day out. I prefer crossbody bags in general, but especially when I’m traveling for the … Continue reading Ideal Crossbody Travel Bag for Petite Women

Eiffel Tower at the Paris Hotel in Las Vegas

Vegas for Adults Who Are Over Clubbing and Casinos

I grew up in SoCal so weekend trips to Vegas were frequent. My friends and I partied it up on Friday and Saturday nights and lounged at the hotel pool during the day. But after I graduated from college and then grad school, clubbing started to get old. And my friends and I have never been big on gambling. *Disclaimer* If you’re a high roller, … Continue reading Vegas for Adults Who Are Over Clubbing and Casinos

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