The tourist vs traveler dichotomy is prevalent in travel circles. I’m not a tourist, I’m a traveler Technically, a tourist, by definition, is one who travels for pleasure. So while this basically renders the aforementioned two clauses incompatible by the transitive property, the sentiment is understood. You don’t want to be a typical tourist (e.g. […]Read more "How to Stay Safe When Avoiding Tourist Spots"
Obviously Italy is great for food. But there’s one thing that I was actually really surprised to discover. Maybe I’ve just been stuck under a rock, but these little Italian popsicles are awesome. Ashley pulled us aside while walking through Milan to venture to this small place that looked like a popsicle shop. Did I […]Read more "The Phenomenon of Gelato on a Stick"
So you’ve started a travel blog and want to focus on gaining traffic, followers and recognition for the great site that you run. You may be familiar with some SEO basics and know a bit about using common keywords in your posts, but how do you really make your blog work for you and establish […]Read more "The Travel Blogger’s Guide to SEO"
If there’s one thing I was sure about when I began my career, it was that I didn’t want to go to the same office in the same city, every day, for the rest of my life. I needed to get out, but where do you start? I’m going to take you through two of […]Read more "How to make a living traveling the world"
Hilton Los Cabos is a secluded resort hotel in Los Cabos, Mexico. The Hilton Los Cabos is far enough away from the chaotic scenes of Cabo San Lucas to be peaceful but still close enough to be drivable. If you plan on venturing out of the resort (and I hope you do), you’ll want to […]Read more "A review of the Hilton Los Cabos"
Afternoon Tea is probably one of the more British experiences I can think of. Which is why when my parents came to visit, I made sure this was on our itinerary by booking a time slot at the Conrad St. James in London. Afternoon Tea consists of 3 phases, each of which is introduced knowingly by […]Read more "Review of Afternoon Tea at the Conrad London"
Milan’s a fast-moving city that’s well connected to the rest of Italy via the main station. We were en route to Cinque Terre and it was cheapest to fly into Milan and take a train from there, so we decided to make the most of it and see some of the city. Central Milan If […]Read more "A Quick Jaunt to Milan"