Paradis Latin

Experiences, Featured, France

Bottomless Champagne and Topless Dancers

5 Comments 16 December 2014

You know you’re in Europe when a 12 year old boy is attending a Paris cabaret show. This is going to be a night he’ll remember for a while as he goes home slightly tipsy and dreaming of boobies. Somehow I have found myself in the odd situation of attending a dinner theater cabaret show [...]

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France, Lodging

The Best Place I’ve Ever Stayed in Paris

5 Comments 09 December 2014

Jean-Pierre met me at the front of the building on a cobblestone street in the 3rd arrondissement. He smelled of cigarette smoke and was dressed very professionally. He introduced himself and preceded to walk me through the lovely cobblestone courtyard and upstairs to my little studio apartment I was staying in via Go With Oh.  [...]

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Adventure Travel, Videos

Join me in NYC to Discuss Travel With Purpose

1 Comment 24 November 2014

I travel because I can. I’ve been traveling so long sometimes I forget why I’m doing it. My nomadic lifestyle was just featured in Yahoo Travel this week and I talk about some of the hardships and joys of being on the road 24/7. One thing that is important to me is to pick a [...]

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lima market

Featured, Peru, Photo Documentaries, Volunteering

Feeding the Masses in Puente Piedra

5 Comments 11 November 2014

Three times every day 50+ people sit down at wooden tables with colorful plastic plates piled high with food at Project Peru, the refuge my niece and I had been volunteering at outside of Lima for a week. I knew it was no easy process to put food on those plates every day, as kids [...]

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Las Laderas

Peru, Volunteering

Building Homes in Las Laderas Peru

9 Comments 04 November 2014

The hills of Las Laderas were brown and barren of trees, however they were dotted with little colorful cubes representing simple houses. Josue told me many of these houses built into the hills were filled with single mothers which immediately made my heart sink. The homes were very simple, some made of brick, some of [...]

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volunteering in Lima

Peru, Volunteering

Project Peru

3 Comments 28 October 2014

How do you find good, legitimate volunteering opportunities when you travel? I get this question all the time and like most things in life – it takes some work and some luck. When Megan said she wanted to spend some time volunteering abroad I was overjoyed. I was excited to do a volunteer project again [...]

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bench Kells gardens

Adventure Travel, Ireland, Photo of the Week

Week In-stagram Review Killarney Ireland

2 Comments 09 October 2014

This week I crossed oceans and time zones and landed in my 61st country – Ireland.  I am so happy to finally make it here as 8 years ago Ireland was on my original itinerary, and thanks to my obsession with Asia – I never made it here.   The Adventure World Travel Summit is what [...]

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peru jungle trekking

Adventure Travel, Peru

It’s a Jungle Out There

5 Comments 23 September 2014

“The tarantulas are out all night so they won’t care if we are running a bit late,” our amazon jungle guide responded when I asked him if we could move back our night jungle hike in order to watch the World Cup USA/Portugal game. I was actually surprised at his answer for two reasons. First, [...]

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Sherry traveling the world

I'm Sherry, a corporate cube dweller turned nomadic traveler. I travel to off-the-beaten-path destinations to bring you unique travel experiences and photography. But it's not just about travel, it's also about life experiences of a middle age wanderer.
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