In Part 1 of my Peru Guide, I gave you an overview of my itinerary and everything I plan to cover. In this post, I have a handful of helpful advice you will need to know before booking your plane ticket. Here is my list of Peru travel tips I learned during my travels throughout Lima and
Even for off-the-beaten-path travelers, the thought of seeing the famous Machu Picchu is tantalizing. As I always say though, there is more to a destination than its sights, so I’m going to tell you about the diverse experiences that collectively made the journey to Machu Picchu unique in my Peru Travel Guide. Just a few
I thought it would be nice to plan a last-minute getaway to Savannah for Valentine’s Day last year with Karl, because why not? Seemed like a great idea in the 5 seconds I spent thinking about it. I was just so certain my bright idea to spend a romantic evening on a riverboat dinner cruise
My trip to Bali, Indonesia was eye-opening to say the least. I experienced a little bit of everything while visiting—joy, sadness, excitement, disappointment at times, but most of all, tons of beautiful zen-like moments, alongside two wonderful travel companions. I have a LOT to say about Bali, and this is just one of several posts that
Headed to California in the future? I traveled to Los Angeles recently for the holidays and found some great spots to add to your travel list. I explored 3 areas over the course of 3 days: Malibu, Santa Monica, and West Hollywood. I used a combination of recommendations from locals, Instagrammers, and reviews I found
So you’re going to India. All your friends and family are excited and pressuring you to bring a piece of India back to them. You could buy a keychain from the airport, but that’s just lazy. You’re going to the land of infinite variety and every shopaholic’s personal paradise! So you really have no excuse
“Expect the best. Prepare for the worst. Capitalize on what comes.” ~Zig Ziglar India is an incredible country to explore (and I’m not just saying this because my mother was born there). For me, it was certainly the adventure of a lifetime, with its lush vistas and fascinating culture, but I would be sugarcoating my
Chicago is one of my favorite American cities; even when winter is coming. Nicknamed the ‘Windy City’ for a reason, Chicago can dish out some pretty frosty weather, making even the local pigeons gather around fires just to keep warm. The famous Chicago River turns to ice. And the beloved Chicago Bean gets completely snow-capped.