As frequent travelers, my wife and I are constantly checking flight prices. For the longest time I would stick to sites like Kayak and Expedia, and then compare them to prices on airline sites. Kim has always insisted on using … Continue reading A booking favorite: Skyscanner
I’ll keep this one short and sweet. Pompeii is cool. Is it worth the 7 hours we spent wandering around the city? Debatable. This was Kim’s second trip to Italy and they missed out on Pompeii by like an hour, … Continue reading Pompeii
Last week I gave you a taste of what a few hours in Rome can get you, and now I’d like to show you a few days in paradise. Growing up, our family vacations rarely ended up at a beach. … Continue reading Capri, Italy
Rome wasn’t built in a day, and you certainly can’t see it all in one either. However, there is a lot that you can see in a short amount of time without having to drop a ton of money in … Continue reading 24 Hours in Rome
Pokémon, whose franchise has run the handheld gaming world for the last two decades, recently opened it’s beta for Pokémon GO to everyone in the US, Japan, and Australia. Pokémon GO is a game changer in the sense that it’s the first … Continue reading Pokémon: Get up and GO!
Traveling abroad always raises the question of whether or not you will be needing to purchase an international data plan through your cellular provider. While some of us enjoy the excuse to disconnect from the Wide Web and actually see … Continue reading International Data Plan? No Longer Necessary.
Cell phone storage space is a hot commodity these days, but if you are a traveler or just like inspiring photos, TapDeck needs to be on your phone. TapDeck is a seamless experience that allows you to see the world … Continue reading Fuel Your Wanderlust With TapDeck For Android
During our trek through Turkey, we made a stop out in Cappadocia. It’s varied landscapes of plateaus, valleys, and fairy chimneys make it the perfect destination for a one-of-a-kind hot air balloon experience. If you’ve ever looked into visiting Turkey, … Continue reading Goreme, Cappadocia, Turkey
Traveling to Turkey was an interesting experience. News coverage at the time was flooded with the troubles of Syrian refugees and terrorism while our eyes were set on landscapes and cultural landmarks. It was a welcome change from strictly western … Continue reading Istanbul, Turkey
In my never ending quest for the perfect day pack, I’ve finally put one to the test. We purchased these specifically for our latest trip to Europe where we were only allowed 11 lbs. each for our carry on bags … Continue reading Portable, Affordable, and Lightweight Day Bag