Glamping in Slovenia with Big Berry

During our sister trip this past summer, Diana and I had the opportunity to spend three nights glamping in Slovenia with Big Berry. For those of you who are unfamiliar with the concept of glamping, it is essentially a glorified version of camping that gives people the opportunity to experience being immersed in nature, while Read More …

Cycling and Food Tour in the Heart of Slovenia

Our trip to Ljubljana would not have been complete without the Cycling and Culinary Tour in the Heart of Slovenia that we went on through Turizem Ljubljana. Although we had just taken the Taste Ljubljana Culinary Tour the previous day, the cycling and culinary tour took us outside of Ljubljana and into the surrounding farmlands. Read More …

Explore the Tastes of Ljubljana with Taste Ljubljana’s Culinary Tour

For the second stop on mine and Diana’s second annual sister trip, we decided to go to Ljubljana in Slovenia, a largely underrated travel destination. We were scheduled to take a direct bus from Rome to Ljubljana, but despite our best efforts to catch it, we ended up missing the bus. As a result, our Read More …

Where to Stay in Chiang Mai: De Lanna Boutique Hotel

The most ideal area to stay in Chiang Mai, Thailand is undoubtedly within Old City walls, and there is one hotel in particular that stands out as the best. I stayed at De Lanna Boutique Hotel for three nights and could not have asked for a more authentically Thai experience. The Lanna style hotel comes Read More …

Amazon’s Top 10 Bestselling Travel Books – December 2016

As a full time attorney, I spend my days reading contracts and legal documents, so my idea of a relaxing evening does not consist of reading. However, the one time I do get through my reading lists is when I travel. Long flights are the best time for me to get through a good book, especially Read More …

Tortuga Travel Daypack Review & GIVEAWAY!

For the last couple of years, I have used the Tortuga Travel Daypack as my primary daypack. I use it in my daily life and bring it with me on all my trips. It is lightweight, packable, has a laptop compartment, and helps me stay organized. In fact, I love my Tortuga 20L packable daypack so much that Read More …

Hostel Review: City Backpackers Hostel Stockholm

At the recommendation of a friend, I stayed at the City Backpackers Hostel Stockholm in November 2015 for two nights while traveling solo through Scandinavia. As an avid hostel stayer with both positive and negative experiences, I would highly recommend City Backpackers Hostel Stockholm to anyone traveling to Stockholm, but especially for solo travelers, as it Read More …

Hostel Review: MEININGER Amsterdam City West

As I had failed to book a hotel room more than 24 hours in advance of arriving in Amsterdam this past summer, I had few options when it came to accommodations. I didn’t want to splurge on a hotel in the city center, so I went a little outside the main ring that comprises the Read More …

Hostel Review: Generator Hostel London

With locations in seven cities across Europe, Generator is a well-known hostel chain that takes pride in focusing its designs on cultural influences specific to each location. The Generator Hostel London is a five minute walk from the Russell Square and King’s Cross St. Pancras tube stations, which is convenient not only for traveling around London but also Read More …