Tag archive for "Lodging"

local lodging

Featured, Lodging, Travel Advice, Trip Prep and Planning

How to Find Local Lodging on Vacation

5 Comments 20 February 2014

“If travel is your job – then how do you take a vacation?” I frequently get asked this question but unfortunately I don’t really have an answer for it. All I do know for sure is even after 7 ½ years on the road, I still love traveling – seeing new things finding new experiences. [...]

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America, Featured, Lodging

A Condo for Every Style and Budget

8 Comments 26 November 2013

Just like we are all looking for the perfect mate, perfect view, or perfect cup of coffee – it’s important to find a perfect lodging match when traveling. Do you want perks, local experiences, views, budget, space, or luxury? I stayed at 3 very different places while on my recent trip to Maui, and my [...]

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Nyhavn Harbor image

Denmark, Featured, Lodging, Travel Advice

Copenhagen Attractions on a Budget

5 Comments 11 June 2013

I looked at my bag full of cereal bars and bananas and one thought ran through my mind – “Visiting Copenhagen could be the best way to lose weight ever.” Yes I know that Copenhagen is known for some of the best restaurants in the world, however Copenhagen (and all of Scandinavia) is also known [...]

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GWOlocal

Featured, Germany, Travel Advice

Living La Vida Local – The Results

11 Comments 18 April 2013

The man looks at me shyly, and then looks away. I smile politely and go on talking to Lisa while holding on to one of the handles in the Ubahn (Berlin’s subway system) as the subway car jerks around I sway with the movement. Soon the young man stands up and says ‘Excuse me’ with [...]

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ecocamp patagonia

Adventure Travel, Chile, Experiences, Lodging

Trekking in Torres Del Paine with Ecocamp

6 Comments 21 February 2013

There are a number of ways you can experience Torres Del Paine Park in Patagonia – from roughing it to luxury. I was there to hike the W trek, a well known route in the shape of a W leading you to the best views in the park. Many people, like Audrey and Dan from [...]

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Group dining

Argentina, Featured, Lodging, Solo, Solo Travel, Travel Advice

Traveling Solo Doesn’t Mean Solo All the Time

6 Comments 05 February 2013

Sometimes I get tired of meeting people. Really tired. I feel like it’s the movie Groundhog day and I simply have gone through the same introductions for 6 years now. I know, I know – meeting people is fun. Yes – most of the time it is. But imagine the new people you may meet [...]

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Hotel Lanai

America, Travel Advice

How to Visit Lanai on a Budget

6 Comments 18 December 2012

“But what about those who travel on a budget? This nagging question is what kept going through my head when I initially arrived in Lana’i. When two of the three hotels on the entire island are luxury resorts, what is a budget traveler on Lana’i to do? It took me a few days, but slowly [...]

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Different landscapes 8 miles apart

America, Featured, Lodging

A Tale of Two Seasons

4 Comments 15 November 2012

Two resorts, same company, only 8 miles apart, but two completely different seasons apart. As the fog rolls in past the pine trees, you can finish your steak dinner, pull on your sweater, and sip brandy by the gigantic fireplace while you discuss your experience at the shooting clays with your fellow guests. On the [...]

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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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