How to Save Money When Visiting Bermuda

It may come as no surprise that Bermuda is an expensive island. However, I was completely baffled as to how expensive everything is until my husband and I honeymooned there. From being located out in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean (though not in the Caribbean like many believe) to not having any fresh bodies…

How To Be A “Traveler” in A Land of Tourists

Before I say anything further, I feel that I should say this: I am NOT by any means trying to belittle other travel styles or using the term “tourist” in a demeaning way. Traveling is all about personal preference and you should do what you are most comfortable with and will enjoy. If you prefer…

Picture Vs Reality: Behind the “Picture Perfect” Travel Photo

With modern technology, there is not much left of the world that has not been discovered. Which can be both a blessing and a curse. I mean, who wouldn’t want to cross off iconic structures, such as the Eiffel Tower, The Great Wall of China, and Machu Picchu off their bucket list? Since 2012 when…

How To Handle Travel Withdrawals While Off The Road

Unlike most travel bloggers, I don’t travel full-time for a living. If I’m lucky, I’m able to plan a few trips a year. While I try to add local and spontaneous excursions to “fill the void”, it can be a challenge to get through my “normal” life when I’ve been bitten by the travel bug and unsure of…

Why I actually enjoy all-inclusive travel

It seems that every travel blog I stumble upon, the writer includes some sort of post about the “negative” aspects of all-inclusive travel. Some (rightfully) argue that this type of travel style makes it difficult to have an “authentic experience” in the country of interest. Others say that individuals who choose to travel this way…