Worldly Eats in Boston: The Elephant Walk

Food can transport you. The exotic tastes of international cuisine can bring you back to a trip where you indulged in a local dish or it can inspire you to travel to a new destination. The Elephant Walk in Boston is the perfect place to get a taste of Cambodian and French cuisine. Plus, it…

7 Tips for Getting the Best Flight Deals

There are plenty of ways to score the best flights. Here’s a few tips to score the best deals. 

How to Afford Travel While Being a Student and Working

Life is busy, busy, busy between school and work, but taking well-deserved vacation can be done! At the time of writing this article, I have been to 39 countries in the past five years, all while being a full-time student and working up to three jobs at any given time. The number one question I…

My Experience as a Woman Traveling Solo in Morocco

My time in Morocco was amazing, and I never felt unsafe as a female solo traveler. The people there were kind, welcoming, and exceptionally hospitable. I want to go there again one day. And I want to bring my family.  So, yes, I suggest you go to Morocco. If you’re a female solo traveler, go!

‘Twas the Night of the Flight: A Chrismukkah Miracle

”Twas the night of the flight, When we got in the car, On schedule for three hours early, The airport wasn’t really that far. But behold we hit traffic! And our time got away. The clock kept on ticking… Would we ever make it to JFK? At last we arrived And tried to get onto…

The Truth About Being a “Digital Nomad”

Do you want to make a living while pursuing your passion for experiencing other cultures? Check out these truths about being a digital nomad to see if it’s right for you!

Hungry in Hungary! – Vegan Foodie Spotlight – Vegan Love

After studying abroad in Valletta, Malta, I had lost weight and become a raw vegan. I felt super healthy, but I wanted my vegan soul food, and I wanted my curves back. I didn’t want anymore salads! And then I was blessed with “Vegan Love” in Budapest, Hungary.

A Morning in Colmar, France

I woke up early, with a sense of urgency in my bones. I looked at the clock and saw that it was 6:10.  I was feeling spontaneous, the dangerous kind of spontaneity where I get ahead of myself. I looked up the next train to Colmar, leaving Basel in 18 minutes or else I’d have to wait a few hours, and my flight from Switzerland was set to depart at 4pm later that day. It was now or never and there wasn’t a moment to waste!

Conquering the Italian Alps- Climbing the Dolomites

I clung to the metal rungs of the ladder, close to 10,000 feet off the ground, the village looking unrealistically small if I dared looked down. My muscles were worn out and my lungs had trouble expanding because of the elevation. As I focused on my breathing and my sheer will to get to the top, I thought, “How the hell did I get here?”