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Sleeping with Strangers (Hong Kong Edition)

Sleeping with Strangers (Hong Kong Edition)

This post may contain affiliate links. This means I may earn a commission if you use these links. Please read my disclosure for more information. My eyes flickered as I scanned the profiles, carefully considering each one. I am generally picky and have high standards […]

The Tragedy of Life: Thailand Edition

The Tragedy of Life: Thailand Edition

I cautiously peered through the glass window, and shuddered as I saw a pool of blood and dirty bandages littering the ground. As I looked up, I locked eyes with a small child. He was wearing rags, covered in filth, and stood next to a […]

The 5 Most Culturally Rich Destinations in Europe

The 5 Most Culturally Rich Destinations in Europe

This is a guest post brought to you by Dan Greene. Today he shares his thoughts on Europe. Read on to see what Dan believes are the 5 most culturally rich destinations in Europe! There’s no denying Europe is filled to the brim with culture. […]

In a New York State Of Mind

In a New York State Of Mind

I’ve been a writer for as long as I can remember. For years, I would write in journals and scrapbooks and keep them hidden. See – my parents were both writers, and who wants to go into the family business? Being a writer means you […]

The Monk in Malaysia – Stories From Our Travels

The Monk in Malaysia – Stories From Our Travels

“Is that man a German?” The old monk asked me, peering at my husband who was wandering outside the monastery. “Um…..” my mind started to do that thing that writers’ minds often do when they are presented with semantics. I guess the logical engineer’s answer […]

Dreaming Big Dreams – A 5 Year Old’s Travel Wish List

Dreaming Big Dreams – A 5 Year Old’s Travel Wish List

In my house, we often talk about “dreaming big dreams.” In fact, it’s one our core family values. We love “big, hairy, audacious goals” because we’ve learned that when you commit to doing something that is challenging, it pushes you out of your comfort zone. […]

Putting On The Ritz in India – An Unexpected Adventure Abroad

Putting On The Ritz in India – An Unexpected Adventure Abroad

When my husband (then boyfriend) came along on a trip to India, he had one request. He wanted to stand before the Taj Mahal. He wasn’t alone in this desire. It’s on the must-see list for virtually every tourist – national and international. The Taj Mahal […]

Want to Know if He’s the One? Travel Together

Want to Know if He’s the One? Travel Together

I often tell the story of how I fell in love with my husband on a dance floor. It’s a great story about how on our first date, he invited me out to a Spanish club. And then taught me how to Salsa, Merengue, and […]

A Beautiful Surprise!

A Beautiful Surprise!

One of my favorite things about starting this blog has been all the amazing people I’ve met as a result. I’ve met writers and travelers from all around the world! Recently, I met Sabrina. She writes the blog Keya’s World Her beautifully illustrated blog gives […]

Is an Alaskan Cruise Suitable for Children?

Is an Alaskan Cruise Suitable for Children?

We recently took a family cruise to Alaska. And by family – I mean that we included our little one. We are veteran cruisers, and so is our daughter. I think she’s up to 4 cruises in 4 years. But Alaska? Is an Alaskan cruise […]