Almost everything I had heard or assumed about Israel was totally wrong: from how to say and eat HUMMUS to how an Israeli visa stamp affects future travel.View Post
Join me in discussing the results of my weekly challenge, and planning for my next.
Try one new thing a week: to challenge your doubts, push your boundaries, and maybe discover a new favorite.
This week, I report back on the BikeRio bike share program.
Morro da Urca is free to hike, easy to moderate difficulty, has amazing views, and located conveniently in Zona Sul of Rio de Janeiro. Get the details here.View Post
You don’t need to quit your job to travel the world. In fact, you shouldn’t. Learn tips to travel more while keeping your “normal” job.View Post
The only package tour I’d ever recommend, because of skip-the-line tickets and unlimited public transportation passes!View Post
Rome was amazing, and exceeded my expectations in so many ways! These are the top 7 pleasant surprises that I discovered about Rome in my recent visit.View Post
A stunning Mekong sunset in Kampong Cham, Cambodia.View Post
I expected the food in Rome to be delicious. I expected there to be a lot of pasta, pizza, gelato, and wine. But the biggest surprise, I was NOT expecting…View Post
I definitely did NOT pack well for my trip to Rome in the end of March/beginning of April. Learn from me – what to wear in Rome in spring. (and maybe more importantly – what NOT to wear)View Post
A stunning Mekong sunset in Kratie, Cambodia.View Post