How to Day-Hike Alone, Safely

I’ve recently had the opportunity to return to Switzerland for a work trip and take the weekend to further explore the Jungfrau region of the Bernese Oberland. When I first came to Switzerland in 2017, I was simply astonished by the beauty of its landscapes and the unbelievable skylines, mountains, valleys, and waterfalls. When the […]

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Leave Your Instagram Comfort Zone – Travel With a Purpose

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We’ve all heard it a million times over – Instagram has changed the world of travel and monumentally impacted the average millennial by exposing him/her to places they would have never discovered otherwise. The trends, the hashtags, go to this hidden gem while it’s still “undiscovered”. While Instagram is a great source for research, discovery, […]

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City Guide to Rome – How to Spend 3 Days in the Eternal City

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Rome has always been a top destination city for travelers longing to marvel at Europe’s greatest – magnificent centuries-old architecture, prolific art, cobblestone streets, and of course, one of the most renowned cuisines. Rome, as it is very appropriately named really IS the Eternal City to be marveled at and experienced slowly, paying careful attention […]

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5 Things No One Tells You About Europe

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It’s hard to imagine a more hassle-free vacation than Europe…at least for me. I’ve never been one to need to book tours or hire guides for this particular continent and have always enjoyed wandering the cities and natural wonders of the various countries I’ve explored. 2017 so far has been all about Europe for me […]

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Travel Food Stories: Bali, Indonesia

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How I Started On the Path of Travel This is a special post, because it portrays my very first independent long-distance travel experience, which was a completely transformative one and got me hooked on travel for life. Bali for me was an otherworldly journey of mental alignment, hiking volcanoes, cultural exploration, and exciting cuisine. It all […]

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Travel Food Stories: The Cayman Islands

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The food of the Cayman Islands is as big of a melting pot as its current population, which is roughly 50% “natives” and 50% expats, consisting of people from all over the globe. It is any and all kinds of fusions of world cuisines, mixed in with Caribbean staples such as plantains, conch, seafood, and […]

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