Photo Credit: lastmammoth via Compfight cc When people turn 40 years old, many things come across their mind, one of which is mid-life crisis. They often feel they need to try something new or regain their youthful side by doing extraordinary activities, including travelling and exploring new locations. A study featured by Independent mentioned that … More Secret Hideaways in the World You Must Visit Before You Turn 40
Amazing Afternoon Tea Spots for a Classy London Trip When traveling to new destinations, statistics show that more people are trying to come up with unique itineraries to fulfill their need for more meaningful, authentic experiences. And when they encounter something that bridges a new culture with their own, they develop a deeper connection with … More Amazing Afternoon Tea Spots for a Classy London Trip
Often my biggest dilemma is “what in the world will I eat today” (either prepared by me or the likes of some fine dining establishment) but the other question is usually “where to next”…. Honestly, I never really know above and beyond – EVERYWHERE! Of course my friends and family love to joke and say … More Where to in 2016?
The world has seemingly become smaller and smaller as the internet has become the tool and source to research, plan, and even take virtual tours of distant and not-so distant exotic locales around the world. In recent times, only those of a certain economic class were afforded the opportunity or luxury to traipse off to … More Solo Travel….I’m here for that!
Greetings from Monaco on this January 9th at 10 something in the a.m…..which is also the best day of all 366 days this year (leap year this year) because IT’S MY BIRTHDAY 🎉🎁👯💃🏿🎶!! I don’t think the weather Gods got the memo because it’s a lil overcast with a taste of drizzle here in Monaco! … More A Cote d’Azur Birthday
By Wendy Perrin, TripAdvisor travel advocate One of the big reasons many of us travel is for the food. We want to try those specialties that don’t taste the same at home, not to mention those foods we can’t even get at home — think mangosteens in Southeast Asia, or a pint of Guinness … More 10 Tips for Dining Overseas and Eating Like a Local
As I was going through my pictures – a habit of mine from time to time when I’m daydreaming or planning, or organizing or reminiscing or really just because – I noticed something that I found quite interesting. Now granted what’s interesting to me may NOT be interesting to others but I figured I’d share … More GodivaWorldly Sights, Signs, and Structures!
Been awhile since I posted last but as I sit here during a rather dreary and gloomy weather period in Atlanta my mind is on a constant tour of travels past. I’d say “Calgon, take me away” but I know good and darn well I’d rather “Delta” take me away lol to somewhere resembling something … More Monday Musings of Travels Past, Present, and Future