• Travel on a Budget Throughout Myanmar

    In January 2015, my partner Sebastien and I left our comfort zone in Bangkok for more Asian travel fun in Myanmar. As with all our travels, our aim is to stick to a budget of around £30 (around $45) per Read More
  • Five Reasons Why Skiing Is Not a Requirement in Whistler

    When skiers dream, there’s a good chance visions of Whistler Blackcomb dance in their heads. With more than 8,000 acres of snowy slopes and 200-plus trails, Whistler grabbed the world’s attention when it hosted the 2010 Olympic Games and has Read More
  • New Discoveries and Experiences in San Francisco

    O. Henry said, “East is east and west is San Francisco.” Even though Southern California is my home, there is really nothing like San Francisco. In just a one-hour flight I can find myself in an artsy, stylish, eclectic food Read More
  • There’s Something About San Juan: Visiting Puerto Rico’s Capital

    San Juan, the capital of Puerto Rico, has a lot going for it: gorgeous beaches with clear azure-blue water, lively food and art scenes, proximity to beautiful rainforests, and a sense of history (old San Juan has more than 400 Read More
  • The Riches of Amador County

    Nestled in the Sierra Nevada’s historic Gold Rush region, Amador County is a year-round playground—ski and snowboard in the winter, raft white water and pick luscious fruit in the spring and summer. Pan gold whenever you’re feeling lucky. And enjoy Read More
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