Sweden isn’t the cheapest country in the world to visit. Its high prices keep many people from visiting, which is a shame, because this is one of the world’s most beautiful and interesting countries. That’s a bold statement, but I’ve been to Sweden twice before and am constantly amazed at the beautiful landscape and cities. […]
Set high up in the mountains, Quito is the capital city of Ecuador. Outside of Rio, Buenos Aires, or Bogotá, I have always pictured South American cities to be past their prime — built up in the past and left to just decay. I had always imagined Quito to be dirty, grimy, and a bit unsafe, […]
This is a guest post by Ayngelina of Bacon is Magic. She will be writing a series of articles on traveling as a solo female in your thirties. I had a textbook childhood. I went to university, graduated with a degree, worked hard, and eventually landed a great job as an account director at an […]
I sat down to write about my travel regrets and realized I only have one: I never studied abroad when I was in college. Studying abroad is the annual ritual for thousands of college students. They travel all over the world to get away from home, experience something new, take classes overseas, meet new people, […]
In this guest post by Elise from Positive World Travel, she shares an important tip for those traveling with their partners: take personal time. While it can be fun spending your days and nights with your partner, all that time together can lead to fights and arguments. To avoid some unnecessary conflict, take some time to yourself. It can make a world of difference!
Known as “La Isla de la Muñecas” in Spanish, the “Island of the Dolls” is perhaps one of the creepiest tourist attractions in the world. You half expect Chucky to come out and slash you. It reminds me of those horror movies like The Hills Have Eyes, where someone searches inside the house and it […]