It is so hard to find good beaches nowadays, let alone a good amount of space to set down your things and lay out to enjoy the sun and the views. Here are 10 beach destinations around the world that have yet to be discovered:
A few weeks ago, the Clipper Round The World Race ported in Seattle as they completed a month-long journey across the Pacific Ocean. While I was eating dinner next to the harbor, one of the sailboats arrived to a joyous crowd cheering as they docked. It was that moment that I was hooked. Continue reading
The joy I get from traveling is to see all of the amazing sights cities have to offer, popular or not. Now I have a list of the most beautiful cities in the world that will become my bucket list. Continue reading
Relive your childhood by renting one of these treehouses for a fun getaway! Continue reading
It’s always been a dream of mine to own an island, however, it’s an unrealistic one. Lucky for me and you, we can now rent an island using Air BnB!
Happy New Year! Did you not travel enough in 2015? According to TripAdvisor, these destinations around the world are on the rise and waiting for you in 2016. Continue reading
Oh retirement… We spend our whole childhood looking forward to getting jobs and becoming real adults, only to turn around and dream of retirement and doing nothing for the rest of our lives. As we delve into the new year, it is a time of reassessing goals, finances and health. When you’re thinking about possibly increasing your 401k contributions, think about where you want to retire, the cost of living there, and what kind of life you want to live. While things may change by the time you get to cash out that retirement fund, it’s still fun to dream.
The best part about being in Faro was that I was able to relax and have my uncle decide what we did. Though I had been before, he still had places he wanted to show me, so I was just going with the flow. After a long trip alone, I just wanted to spend one day on the beach, so he found a hidden, locals-only beach for us to go to.
After touring the Sagrada Familia, I hopped on a train to Seville. Seville is still on the south coast of Spain, but on the western border near Portugal. My uncle lives in Portugal, so he met up with me at the Seville train station, then we checked into our hotel then walked around a bit before finding a nice café to have dinner and catch up. Continue reading
Getting from Rome to Barcelona was the most difficult part about planning my trip. There was no easy way there by train, and no other places for me to stop at a middle point for a few days, so I took a plane. Yes, it was an additional cost and not the most convenient because the Rome airport was quite far from town, but it was what worked best for me on this trip. My flight was so early that it’s possible it was the first departing flight of the day, but that made the flight cheaper to book. The Rome airport was surprisingly easy to navigate and I had no problems getting through security or to my gate, which was a fear of mine, not knowing the Italian language. Continue reading