Trover Treasures

Today I’m blogging about a recently discovered travel app that’s already become near and dear to my heart.  I’m talking about Trover.    Trover is an app where fellow travelers can post photos of where they’ve been, along with little anecdotes or tips about the location.  It’s great for posting hidden gems you may find…

Travel Vaccines- the shots you never thought you’d get

One downside about international travel is the need for various vaccines when traveling to certain countries.  It can get a little pricey, depending on what shots you need.  Some vaccines are suggested, depending on how long you’re staying, and some are required.  Most travel guidebooks have a section on Health Requirements for your country of…

Explore 2016: Travel Plans for the New Year

As we begin 2016, everyone is busy making resolutions:  work out daily, eat healthier, save more money.  Whether you follow through with those is up to you, but I’m here to tell you one of those resolutions should be to TRAVEL MORE.  Despite Julio trying to limit me to “3 trips a year,” I have 2016 tentatively…

NYE Old Vegas Style

I lived in Vegas for 2 years back when I first graduated college, and let me tell you, there’s nothing like New Year’s on the strip.  That being said, we decided to do things a little differently this year and spend it on Fremont Street with some good friends. First priority when booking New Years…

3 Vacations to Consider Booking NOW

Anyone who knows me knows I’m always up for a vacation.  As my Mom says, my suitcase is constantly packed and ready to go.  So when an opportunity to travel somewhere new comes up, you can bet I’m going to try and rearrange my schedule and work it out.  I’ve said before, the key is…

NYC in 24 Hours

New York City. The city that never sleeps. Or is that Miami? Who knows. But in the 10+ years since I’ve been there, I was looking forward to seeing all the sights, or as many of them as I could, in a 12 hour period. Impossible you say? Not with my mentality.    Julio and…