My Newest Journey Obsession: Next Vacay

The idea behind Next Vacay is genius and in my 3 year travel blogging and keeping up to date on travel websites and trends, I haven't seen this pop up as an option. I really wish I was a tech person and could come up with software to do things like this. I am going

100 India Journey Tips You HAVE To Read

Technically, travel blogging is my job and I've been to and written about over 30 countries, but it really seems like my job is giving people India travel tips. I wake up to emails about it, check my FB messages, IG messages, and tweets to answer questions, and throughout the day answer blog comment questions

Your Little Guide to Unawatuna: Surf, SUP, Snorkel!

This wasn't our first time to Unawatuna. We already knew it was a paradise beach in Sri Lanka. Last time we were there, I really didn't have time to explore much so I wanted to amend that this time and give you guys a little guide to Unawatuna. There are so many adventure activities in

My Little Guide to Istanbul

My 10 days in Istanbul was such a welcomed break from the dusty heat in Goa. It's not that I don't love the Indian beach life, but sometimes that fresh cold European air is very welcome! I need more time in Istanbul, but as most backpackers go for only 2-5 days to each city, I think

My 2016 Journey Plans (well… sort of!)

This post is in partnership with TripAdvisor and their #BookToWin campaign. My travel plans never end up going exactly how I think they will. I had no idea I would spend the end of 2015 hanging out with the Apatani tribe of Ziro Valley, or that I would have headed off to Langkawi with Ben

Where to Stay in Istanbul (& How to Get Around)

I adore Istanbul! Ten days was a long time to explore, I researched a lot ahead of time. This article will show you where to stay in Istanbul and how to get around! Plus I added a map so you can see everything laid out. Of course, 10 days isn't enough to "know it

A Completely Comprehensive 3 Week Guide to Backpacking Western Australia

If you're planning a visit to Australia, I highly recommend spending 3 weeks backpacking Western Australia! This guide will show you what to do and where to go. Western Australia is by far the most snubbed state in the country as a hotspot for backpackers to see the true Australian landscape and culture. Although W.A.