Tag archive for "Lodging"

elephant jaipur

Featured, India, Lodging

A Soft Landing in Jaipur

6 Comments 01 May 2014

The plane wheels hit the ground with a jolt and our seats rocked slightly with the movement of the plane. A few seconds later came the applause – the mainly Indian based passengers did the customary clapping for a safe landing. This act of applauding that we are alive always makes me smile. I smile [...]

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Kauai lodging

America, Lodging

My Kauai Base Camp

1 Comment 24 April 2014

I walked into base camp covered in mud and sweat, carrying my camera and backpack. I must have looked exhausted to those around me as they stared at me bit too long. I couldn’t wait to clean up, get some food, and lay down to assess the day and fall into a deep, deserved sleep. [...]

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local lodging

Featured, Lodging, Travel Advice, Trip Prep and Planning

How to Find Local Lodging on Vacation

6 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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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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