There’s been lots of talk about what’s appropriate travel wear ever since United Airlines stopped two little girls from boarding a plane wearing yoga pants (insert eye roll emoji) and then proceeded to put their foot in their mouth trying to explain why.
For some people, the idea of traveling somewhere solo sounds sad and lonely, while for others of us, it sounds like freedom to do whatever you want whenever you want. For those of you who haven’t tried it yet and aren’t sure, here are some tips for ways to do it and love it.
It’s a little weird for me to write a blog that’s just about myself, but since many of you have had the same questions about how I filled my life with travel, I’m hoping this is something that might be helpful or insightful for those of you interested in getting more travel in your own life and wondering how to do it. So, here goes.
OK, so maybe you love museums, maybe you don’t. Either way, we can probably all agree that sometimes museums get boring. But not the Shanghai Propaganda Poster Art Centre.
Provided you haven’t committed crimes, or aren’t planning to commit crimes, signing up for Global Entry should be your next highest priority.
Trinidad & Tobago may host the hottest Caribbean Carnival, but amid the racy revelry exists a culinary experience that itself is worth traveling for.
Carnival in Trinidad & Tobago is one of the most colorful experiences I’ve ever had, both in terms of the costumes and the spirit of the people.
Carnival’s all about letting loose, but there are some things you should know to make the most of it.
Machu Picchu is one of those places, I’ve realized, that many people aren’t sure how to get to. Before I went, I had no idea either as all I’d ever heard about was people hiking and sleeping at camps for days just to get there. Though that’s exactly what gets some people excited, it was exactly what made me think I might never go to Machu Picchu.
If you’re wondering where to go to escape this year (or over the next four years for my fellow U.S. residents), pick a happy place.