All tagged solo travel

3 Day Itinerary for Chiang Mai

The truth about Chiang Mai is that you want to have planned activities to do when you’re there. If you are going to be passing through Chiang Mai and want to take advantage of the time you have there, this is a good list of things to do. If I would have spent my time in Chiang Mai like this, I could’ve done everything I wanted and saved myself an extra three days to do something else.

6 Worthwhile Activities in Bangkok

Bangkok is a necessary evil. Chances are, that at some point during your trip to Southeast Asia you will be finding yourself flying in or out of the Bangkok airport and spending some time in the city. If you’ve read any blogs about Thailand you have read the countless complaints of bloggers everywhere about their dislike for the city, but there are actually...

How I Knew I Wanted to Travel Alone

My love for solo travel is not something I “just knew” about myself. It was not something inherently inside me that I always did, knew I would do, or dreamed of doing, it was actually a total accident. My break into the world of solo travel was not...

What You Need to Do in Nashville Besides Broadway

There’s more to Nashville than lower Broadway and honky tonks. Believe it or not I spent a week in Nashville and I spent the least amount of time on the trip on Broadway street. Nashville is an amazing city thriving with beautiful nature, talented musicians of all genres, incredible schools like Belmont and and Vanderbilt, and an eclectic food scene.

How To Have The Best Weekend Ever In New Orleans!

New Orleans, where American, French, African, and Spanish culture come together to make a city like nowhere else. The architecture, the food, and the atmosphere of New Orleans is inherently unique. After four visits to New Orleans in two years I have finally gathered together what you need to do to experience as much of the city as you can in one weekend visit.

Big Sur-Vival Guide

Are you gearing up for a road trip along the Big Sur coast? Maybe you’re going to visit San Francisco and have some extra time to kill but haven’t decided how to spend it yet, or perhaps you’ve seen someone’s stunning photos of the Big Sur, added it to your destination bucket list, but don’t actually know anything about it. I just drove along that beautiful coastline and to be completely honest...

Beck What The Heck Takes On the San Francisco Bay!

Come with me! Escape wherever you are to come along with me to San Francisco for the weekend! I bet you're thinking, "How the heck am I supposed to go with Beck What The Heck to San Francisco when I'm stuck at home and gotta be at work first thing in the morning?!" Well, fear not my friends! I was in the Golden City last weekend and I'm taking you with me on a visual tour! 

What Draws Me To Travel

The greatest part about my trip in Central America can not be specified into a certain place, a specific moment, or one experience. I loved the experience as whole, the people, the places, all of it. One of the things that I loved the most no matter where I was was...

5 Tips I Learned at 5 Hostels

So you want to stay in a hostel? Allow me to lead the way!  I have stayed in my fair share of hostels, and these are some of my tried-and-true tips to get you staying in a hostel like a pro. I made the mistakes so you don't have to! This will be my first post in a series of articles to give you the insight you need to make staying in a hostel a breeze, even as a first timer! 

The Truth About Hostels

One of the ways I’ve saved a lot of money this year when traveling is staying in hostels.  Hostels?? Yup, I’ve stayed in hostels in New Orleans, Georgia, and Miami this year, and have arrangements to stay at many more in the trips I have planned for the rest of the year.  For some reason people seem to have such a hard time...

Savannah Sunday

I woke up Sunday morning rested and prepared for a peaceful day of wandering around.  I started my day at Foxy Loxy Café for an iced coffee and was delighted to see that they brewed PERC coffee, the coffee I failed to find the morning before.  In that moment I knew it would be a great day,