There’s no shortage of theories out there on when the deals are best: Tuesdays, always Tuesdays because the sales go up on Mondays. No, Monday is best but it has to be at some off-peak time like 4:00 a.m. Also, don’t search too many times from the same computer because they (they as in the powers that control flight prices, whoever that technically is) will know you really want it and you’ll never see the deal. So what’s really true?
If I had a dollar for every time someone told me I’ll never find a mate if I keep traveling, I could take all those ill gotten bills and buy a plane ticket. I had someone even say to me recently: “When you finally settle down, you’ll be able to say hey husband, look at all these great things I did before.” As though I’ll be dead and grounded with a ring on my finger.
I didn’t know much about Colombia’s baddest city other than what Narcos is bring back to life, but Medellin has stepped it’s game up so much, it’s outdoing a lot of major hotspots when it comes to cool.
There’s always a post or an article or an e-book about how to live a life filled with travel, but I think it may come down to why some people have lives more peppered with travel than others do.
Sometimes travel isn’t about seeing everything. Sometimes it’s just about slowing down. About letting a place passively become a part of your life, even if it’s just for a few days.
If gambling, chain smoking and drunken debauchery aren’t your things, there are still a few ways to love Vegas. Let me count them for you.
There’s something about Brooklyn that’s just magical. Navigating the different neighborhoods of the borough, you’ll find it rough, gentle, hip, historic, soulful and sweet—all at once.
There’s something about tasting food in a new country that’s a little like magic. Like the essence of that country transformed into the meal before you with the sole purpose of making you understand the place and its people.
Because you don’t want to be the person putting people off because you unknowingly crossed your chopsticks.
Roundups and reviews aren’t always your best bet for finding places to eat when you travel. More often than not, the locals have the scoop on places you won’t find in print.