Have you ever visited an area and became so enamored with a particular food or drink that your new mission was to find it everywhere you go in that place, and again when you get home? Food has an incredible relationship to travel, hence the popularity of so many travel food shows. Here are three … More Food, Glorious Travel Food!
When you ask people what’s on their travel bucket list, many say they’d like to see the Northern Lights, also known as the Aurora Borealis, a natural “light show” caused by disturbances on the sun pulling on Earth’s magnetic field. It’s kind of cool that something so many people want to see costs exactly zero … More How to See the Northern Lights
Travel enough and you’ll experience some interesting things, but for me one event trumps all others, considering I’ve lived in South Florida now longer than anywhere else. I was in Havana, Cuba – a place most Americans couldn’t easily travel to for a generation – when Fidel Castro died. The journey to Cuba began in … More The One Where we Went to Cuba – and Fidel Castro Died
Yes, I went back to Hawaii for my birthday again this year. I guess you could say I have a problem, but arguably, a good problem. More to come on that, but for now, here’s a quick post to share two of the incredible new-to-me sights I saw last week while putting my *NERDALERT* America … More Hawaii National Park Stunners: Sunrise in the Clouds and Active Lava
One of the greatest stressors that seems to overwhelm people and make them hate even the thought of travel planning is the analysis paralysis of trying to squeeze in every imaginable point of interest at a destination, in an effort to avoid missing out on something. In normal times, I try not to overschedule travel, … More Four Steps for No-Stress Travel Planning
Remember the tagline for the credit card, “What’s in your wallet?” Well, I have another question for you, What’s in your bucket? What’s on your travel bucket list – where do you want to go before you die? If there’s anything this pandemic has been good for, it has been great for taking assessment, learning, … More What’s in your bucket?