Ever wanted to write your wish on a lantern and let it float into the sky or just witness thousands of lanterns in the night sky? Come see if there is a lantern fest coming to you and receive a 20% off promo code!
Looking to throw your best friend and brother out of a plane 14,000 ft off the ground? Skydive Philadelphia is only an hour away from the city and has a great crew to make you feel at ease.
Our day exploring interesting museum in Baltimore after the Light City event. And ... Food!
Planning my first trip to Iceland and is really excited and nervous! I am open to many suggestions and tips. Feel free to stop by and share your stories!
Monrovia Canyon Park - a leisurely little hike in Souther California, with lots of little flies, no bears and a little bit of water. Still! It was a nice morning hike full of shade and fresh air.
The Huntington is a great place in Southern California to spend a relaxing day strolling through gardens, library and art galleries. Or you can pick one of the exhibits and send your time there. Parking is free and admission is reasonable. Come the first Thursday of the month and it's free!
A mountain view in your backyard, a fireplace, an 8 foot pool and a hot tub. What more can you ask for in an Airbnb? Especially when you are staying in a pool house that looks better than most apartments. This Airbnb in Monrovia, Southern California will make you think about retiring here early.
Mount Tammany is a shorter 3.5 mile day hike on the east side of the Delaware Water Gap. For directions to the parking lot and tips for your hike, check out this post of our first experience.
Nikoleta is a full time student and volunteer based in Vienna, Austria where she moved to when she was 13. It just so happens that Vienna is also her favorite place! With something to do for every type of person whether it is someone who enjoys being more active or someone who loves history. She also has one great rule when traveling with her family. A rule that many of us could use.
Karen is a New Yorker who moved to Amsterdam 7 months ago where she is now unexpectedly working in marketing and loving her job. She enjoys challenging herself in her career and doing crazy things like via ferrata. But she has a great reason as to why she does not want to be a full time traveler.
Is it odd that I have that feeling all the time? I get more of a rust while planning a trip than I usually do while on the trip. All the possibilities and having the ability to pick and choose which journey I want to go on. Here, I want to share my journey with the world and hope that I can help the next crazy people who is thinking about a trip to say "let's go!" without hesitation.