Two Easy Travel Hacks For Anyone Who Inevitably Forgets Stuff When They Pack!

Do you ever arrive at your destination and discover that you forgot to pack a toothbrush, deodorant, socks or anything else? Has that ever happened to you? It used to happen to me too, ALL the time. At most places you can buy stuff there. But what if you’re on an African safari? Or at a remote jungle lodge? Then you might not be able … Continue reading Two Easy Travel Hacks For Anyone Who Inevitably Forgets Stuff When They Pack!

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How to Carry Your DSLR While Hiking, Trekking, and Traveling: For Women

I see a lot of women carrying DSLRs. Yet the camera and camera bag industries are still very heavily catered towards men. That means a lot of masculine-looking, large, heavy bags and carrying cases. There are bags for women but the selection is pretty limited and doesn’t really address other needs women have, namely an all-in-one camera + handbag. {This Article Is For Hobbyist Photographers … Continue reading How to Carry Your DSLR While Hiking, Trekking, and Traveling: For Women

What to Expect on an African Safari

Expect to have the experience of a lifetime! Anyone who gets to experience raw nature in this way is truly fortunate. I hope you have a brilliant time and I hope the info below helps with your trip planning! Please feel free to reach out with any questions or add them in the comments below. The first time I went on an African safari I … Continue reading What to Expect on an African Safari

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

India Auto Rickshaw Experience

Anyone who decides to travel to India has to ride in the country’s beloved auto rickshaw…at least once. Popularly known as a tuk tuk in Thailand, these 3 wheelers have been a part of India’s transportation system for decades. As the 2nd-most populous country in the world, space is a luxury. And I will never forget the first time I saw at least 10 little … Continue reading India Auto Rickshaw Experience

Inexpensive Vegetarian & Vegan Vietnamese Food in San Francisco

  Vietnamese food lovers know that pho is a staple of that country’s diet. Pho by definition is beef stock soup. But leave it up to San Franciscans to turn this classic dish into something vegetarian and vegans can also enjoy. This is a review of some of the best vegetarian and vegan pho, one can find in San Francisco, California. {Best Vegetarian & Vegan … Continue reading Inexpensive Vegetarian & Vegan Vietnamese Food in San Francisco

Womens Guide to Packing for Costa Rica

Costa Rica is covered largely by rain forest and if you’re going there for holiday, chances are you’re going to be visiting one of the many beautiful national parks. {Rain Gear} a good rain jacket. Before heading to Costa Rica I read a lot of articles about what to pack and many suggested ponchos, like these cheap ones you can get at Target. I don’t … Continue reading Womens Guide to Packing for Costa Rica

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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!