Best Quirky Gifts for Travelers

Since I started traveling my luggage’s contained pretty basic things: clothes, cosmetics, shoes and a laptop. However, over the years I discovered a bunch of amazing travel gadgets that I never knew even existed. There are…

How the US Elections Made Me Fear for the Future of the Travel Industry

On November 9th, Donald Trump won the presidential elections in the US. The country has been divided, with many not accepting the president elect, causing protests in defiance all over America. But, no matter who you…

Why I’ll Never Tell You to Skip School to Travel

Articles such as ‘How I Quit My Job to Travel the World’ or ‘Benefits of Skipping School to Travel’ are popping up online like mushrooms after the rain. For a young soul wanting to do something different with…

Weekend Getaway in Mexico: Riviera Nayarit

I must admit that I never thought of going to a resort either alone or with girlfriends. Fancy resorts had always seemed like a perfect place for couples, or somewhere to take your children. After spending…

What to Know About the Rainbow Mountain in Peru

Rainbow Mountain, also known as Vinicunca, is a place so beautiful I almost don’t want to share it with people as it could get way too popular. While Machu Picchu is the most popular attraction,…

Ideas for a Perfect Layover in Reykjavik

For a long time, I had been waiting for the perfect opportunity to visit Iceland. When WOW Air introduced extremely cheap flights to Iceland from Europe and the US, a trip was very tempting, but…

How to Visit California Without a Car

Unless you live in a big city like NYC, Chicago or San Francisco, you need a car to travel pretty much anywhere in the US. Americans are used to driving every day and therefore visitors…

Where to Go: Best Eats in Los Angeles

After living in Los Angeles for a while, and also visiting various locations around the area, I had a chance to discover some best eats in Los Angeles. Finding a great spot in LA isn’t always easy,…

Best Apps for Solo Travelers

‘Who are you going with?’ people always ask me. And the question always comes with an air of assumption, as if traveling alone was a concept so alien, and so shocking that the possibility had never…