In 2015, jump into these 9 hotel pools…
This past week Bon Traveler took over @SanFrancisco ‘s Instagram page to share some the top spots to not miss across this city of a 1000 views.
On the note of Valentine’s Day, learn to say “I love you” in 100 different languages!
Some of my go-to tricks to help travel be easier and more relaxed.
Planes are dirty. Here’s a few things I avoid while on a plane.
How to travel more? The question that is asked over, over and over again. I thought I would speak to this topic and share a little bit of my insight and how I find ways to travel. I see three simple ways to travel more and I believe it is a mindset. I work everyday through budgets, managing costs, and looking for the right opportunity. Travel never just “falls” on me. I think it comes to having a mindset and a determination, and I try to keep three key components in mind.
If you read my latest article on 8 reasons why every coupled should travel, you’ll know my husband and I have a passion for traveling. We love going somewhere new and exploring a city, getting immersed in a foreign land, and having just a blast. Picking a destination is always the best part of travel, and the next time you and your significant other go on a trip here is where you should go…
Sun Valley, Sun Valley, and more Sun Valley. Can you ever really have enough? If you find yourself in Sun Valley, these are 8 things not to miss…
After spending hours and hours of travel planning for my husband and I, I realized there were ways to make the process easier. There is so much to choose from when it comes to trains, planes and automobiles- let alone which country you are going to visit. Travel planning should not be a stressful headache rather a fun and enjoyable process to be shared with someone else or yourself. I was that crazy person with the binder with all of the tabs before every trip and stressed about each leg of our journey. Now I sit back, relax, and enjoy the process and because I do, I find I enjoy my travels much more. I found that there are a few key tips and tricks to making the travel planning easier.
2015 is upon us and it came ever so quickly – at least it felt that way. This year for me is a time to take risks and go adventure. With doors closing and new ones opening, I am so excited for what is to come. Make 2015 a year of new experiences, new memories, and new rituals. Book a plane ticket, go to a foreign country, talk to strangers, do something that scares you… This is the year!
Here are 15 things to experience in 2015!
In remembrance of 2014, these are some of my favorite travel memories….
Steady now, press, and release – and you hope when you get home the photo of the once in a lifetime moment is clear and will be good. After testing out many cameras, and coming home with blurry and unusable photos (and a lot of frustration), I set out to find the recipe for taking better travel photos. At first I thought it was the technology, which I fixed as a good camera is crucial, but then realized the devil was in the details. After messing around with many settings and figuring out a few things (not all) I thought I would share with you a few photography tips for taking better travel photos.
Whether it is going to a city that is new to us or visiting a destination that only one of us had been to, traveling was a top priority. I know that traveling together has changed us, the way we perceive our lives, and how we move forward. Here are 8 reasons every couple should travel…
Dame Traveler asked me to share a list of my top destinations, here is the post as shared with them, to read the full post and more click here
Traveling solo was something that changed my life forever. Even to the point that I must go travel on my own every once in a while or I get a little stir crazy. Trust me there is nothing I love more than making memories with my husband when we travel but there’s just something different when you go explore somewhere new by yourself.