El Nido is one of the most popular tourist spots in the entire Philippines. There are a few distinctively different areas to stay in El Nido so this guide should help you figure out which is the best area for you when considering where to stay in El Nido. The...
This post may contain affiliate links. Please check out my privacy policy and disclosure for more information.Wander through the boroughs of Chelsea and Kensington with no plan. Simply head where your feet take you. Meander through the streets with no purpose, stopping every once in a while to admire your surroundings. Hunt for hidden spots and secret...
I sometimes consider myself fortunate that I was born during a time when smartphones were a thing of science fiction, when postcards were the only means of saying ‘I was here’ and slideshows in your living room – remember those bulky projectors?...
There are a lot of causes to attempt out a solo trip, but it turns out the primary inspiration for travelers to set their personal path is not wanting to compromise. The top rated explanation why Americans like to travel solo is setting their personal itinerary. Image by d3sign/Getty Photos According to new analysis from YouGov, 66% of Americans...
When you image New Zealand, you most likely picture snow-capped mountains, sparkling glaciers, lush forests, and extra sheep than you can count. These are precise scenes from the South Island, which undoubtedly gets extra interest than its northern counterpart. This is not to say that the North Island is any much less fascinating, even so. With our...
Summer is almost here, which means I’ve started dreaming of sunny getaways and Instagram-worthy trips to the best vacation spots for summer 2019. I love to plan trips to new places, and every time the weather starts to heat up, I start itching to hop on a plane. Whether it’s a quick little day trip or a week-long...
This post may contain affiliate links. Please check out my privacy policy and disclosure for more information.Tiny, secluded, and off the beaten path, you’d be forgiven for thinking that the tiny village of Stinchcombe is miles away from the closest hint of habitation. After all, step outside the car and you’ll hear nothing: silence with the exception of...
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I loved this boutique hotel. I loved the rooms, bathrooms, amenities, cats and the staff – I loved everything about this hotel. The booking was easy. They picked and dropped us from/to the bus stop. If I visit Siem Reap again, I would stay at this hotel again. I loved it that much. They...
If you have think cruises attract only one type of person and you’re not it, then Lonely Planet’s “The Cruise Handbook” (Lonely Planet, $18) is your next must-read. Lonely Planet’s “The Cruise Handbook” is packed with expert tips for first-timers and seasoned cruisers alike.  The new paperback takes an eye-opening deep-dive into this polarizing travel category, doling out essential advice...

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