Sampler Guide To Paris

There’s a good reason my word for Paris is opulence. Every building, every meal, every statue is to the max and there’s so much! I was told there was no way I could see all I wanted in 3 days. Here, I detail how I did so you can too! This guide details how to…

Free Things To Do In Savannah

Probably the biggest field trip I went on was to Savannah, Georgia, USA when I was in 5th grade. The port city, located south east of the state capital, was about a 4 hour drive 1 way! The carefree waterway vibe of River Street mixed with the historic walking tours stayed with me. As an…

Destination Highlight – Freedom Trail

Since time machines aren’t ready yet, there’s no better way to step back in time than to check out historical sites of significance. Boston happens to be one of those here in America. Boston, Massachusetts is fascinating to walk around because you can see it’s just as busy now as it was when it was…

Destination Highlight – Viðey Island, Iceland

  My favorite part of going to Iceland was taking the short ferry ride in Reykjavik over to the abandoned Viðey Island. Here, I got to walk all over this tiny piece of land only stone’s throw from downtown and do so in relative quiet. Only a handful of people can get on the ferry at…

Cheap Trips From Dhaka

This month’s city of interest is Dhaka, Bangladesh. The capital city of Bangladesh is growing and modernizing quick! It’s easy to get lost in the chaos and forget about getting away sometimes. So, I’ve picked enough of a getaway that has a lot to offer but not too far from home. Bangkok, Thailand The cheapest…

Cheap Trips From Cebu

Inspired by a very good friend of mine in the Philippines, I’ve decided bring the travel to you! I enjoy traveling so much and from interactions across social media with you guys, I know you do, too. Well, in theory. I get a lot of responses to my travel posts that are enthusiastic but when…

5 Benefits of Travelization Scratch Off Maps

If you were here for last year’s A Year of Travel, you know that my goal has been to visit to a new place each time I hit the road. As a way to celebrate a completed year, I started looking for a way to showcase the new places I had been. I’ve always been…

Visit Caddo Lake

Estimated Cost: $120 2 adults, 1 night, entrance to the state park, dinner and lunch. While still in recovery from my broken leg, and continuing the monthly travel tradition, I was looking for somewhere to go where I would not have to do a great deal of hiking yet get some awesome views. A quick…

5 Cheap Gifts For Your Traveler

I love giving gifts because I put so much thought into things. I don’t make a list, I go to places like World Market and walk around 10x to absorb what’s there. Then, I think about the people I’m buying for to see if there’s anything that fits. Not everyone has that kind of time…

5 Easy Exercises From The Road

When it comes to traveling, staying fit can be tough. The idea is calories don’t count on vacation is one I was a huge supporter of when I only vacationed once a year. However, the more you to travel, the less you can live by that motto. So, I’ve favored a few simple exercises that…