See a country through the eyes of those you meet.
See a country through the eyes of those you meet.
It just might be the best kept secret to experiencing Europe for free.
I still feel a little silly saying the word glamping, but I am completely smitten with the concept.
Travel addicts are dreamers. We long for the far away, picture ourselves on planes, and love to imagine strange surroundings. That is, until reality sets in and we look out the window only to see the same view we see every single day. For most of
In the event that you are discouraged about your travel prospects, here are a six goals that every woman should aim for.
We want to jump into every single one of these photos.
Simple ways that we can incorporate summery goodness into our everyday lives while we’re at work. Here's to that lunch hour.
Grab your sunnies; it’s time for a road trip.
As those of us who live in the City of Angels know, change can happen rapidly.
Why send a postcard to one person when you can reach hundreds through social media? Here's why.
Her list of accomplishments is as impressive as her humble and graceful demeanor.
Want to explore more in the new year? Modupe Sonuyi is the lady to talk to.
Andrea Westerlind never expected to run her own fashion company.
Iceland. It’s so hot right now, isn’t it?
Because with all the surf and sand a girl's gotta eat, too.
She's a modern-day explorer you're sure to love.
Let’s talk about the REAL reel for a second.
I went on an adventure that is unlike anything I have ever done, and probably ever will do again.
If you're planning a trip to Berlin, be sure to start here.
Why should you relinquish control over planning your vacation? Here are 3 reasons you’ll be glad you hired a travel agent.
There’s a reason why tapas were born here. If you ate more than a few bitefuls of each thing at a time, you might die of bliss.
Despite its quasi-suburban and “under the radar” rep, Mill Valley has always drawn creative types. Here's how to see the best of it.
London, Paris, Barcelona, Rome. But have you thought to add this city to your European bucket list?
Cannes Film Festival was this month. Thousands flocked to the town of Cannes, France to preview new films, sell their scripts or to distribute their finished film. It was one of my biggest dreams to attend. Ever since I was a little girl I had dreams of creating something for the movies. You could find me watching VHS tapes in my family basement most weekends.
Fast forward a few years. I married talented filmmaker: Aaron Craig. He and I wanted to make a film together. On a lark, we traveled to my family farm in Illinois and created a short film. It was a fun side project to see what we could do. Somehow, we pulled it off. Our actors were a funny mix of family friends and the local postmaster. My mom and dad served as our sound person and location manager (plus dog wrangler). Filming was a great experience, full of lots of laughs and learning. We took our footage back to New York City not expecting much.
California’s low desert, where both Palm Springs and the Coachella Valley are located, continues to enjoy a resurgence in popularity it hasn’t seen since the 1940s and ‘50s, when the area became the getaway destination for Hollywood’s elite. Today, the crowds drawn to Palm Springs are still of a glamorous, upscale nature, but there’s a new ‘it’ destination in the area drawing a hipster crowd away from the low desert and out to the high.
Napa Valley is a beautiful travel destination offering a variety of five star restaurants and lavish hotels, which can be intimidating for the budget-friendly traveler. However, my husband and I recently spent 24 glorious hours in Napa Valley which proved to be relaxing, casual, adventurous … and economical!
What more can one ask for?
Could this be some good news for a change? According to this article on Huffington Post, the flight forecasting site Hopper says travelers this summer will see some of the lowest domestic flight prices in years, averaging just $207 a ticket by the fall. Itching to explore, but unsure as to whether you can really make it work?
Ubud was founded by a seeker; a Javanese monk named Rsi Markendya who discovered the profound spirituality he was looking for and never left. Since then, thousands of people have come seeking something of their own in Ubud; this town on the tiny Indonesian island of Bali has lured painters and dancers, filmmakers and craftsmen, shamans and preachers.
Nestled among rice paddies and steep ravines in the foothills of the Gianyar regency, it is a place of the perpetual hiatus, a view shared by countless artisans. A true cradle of inspiration, Ubud allows its visitors to immerse themselves deep within its commonly perceived zeitgeist; inspiring, creative, and serene.
Wanderlust for me is year-round, but there is something about the approaching summer that encourages many to finalize their travel plans and take off for a week. While generally the quickest and easiest route to a destination is via plane, there is a certain art and finesse to the road trip that can’t be beat.
So, what does one do to prepare to hit the pavement? Here are a few necessities to make the trip go smoothly.
One of the best parts about traveling is the ability to experience a culture and area different from your own. When traveling to Portugal, in addition to the beautiful scenery, you will also be captivated by the regional flavors that make this area so unique. As you are planning your next adventure overseas, why not explore one (or more) of these three beautiful areas of Portugal.