So, I get asked a lot how I’m able to travel like I do. It seems that people think I make a lot of money or have unlimited time off, but that’s not the case. Some of it is just fortunate circumstances, but it also has to do with a lot of budgeting, strategy, and […]Read More The [Not -so] Secret Tips to Traveling
Fes [or Fez] was the last stop on our adventure through the country. And honestly, I’d say that we saved the best for last. It’s small and the most traditional and conservative out of the three cities we visited. It was similar to Marrakech in the sense that there were a lot of markets to […]Read More Our FEStastic Finale
Okay, so the title isn't exactly pho-nominal [pun INtended], but it's true. Vietnam isn't too shabby. I mean, it's a little shabby. In the whole, like, super gritty, but really cool kind of way. And walking in the streets of Hanoi is like playing a game of real life Frogger. Except, you're the frog. And, […]Read More Vietnam? More like Viet-awesome!
Something I've always thought about doing since I started traveling a lot is traveling alone. Like, at least an actual full weekend by myself. I did a long layover in Amsterdam once [see first blog post], but other than that, I've always traveled solo only to meet friends at each destination. This year, I decided […]Read More Lobster Rolls and Life Lessons
A couple years ago, I was sitting at work on my birthday thinking about how I’d like to be anywhere else but here… Well, let’s be honest. I think that a lot, but birthdays are different. For me, at least, it’s a good excuse to do something! So, about this time last year, I was […]Read More Prost! A Toast to Europe and Birthday Trips