The Salvadoran Travel Enthusiast on Mission to Serve Jesus & Central America! Two things about Liz, she loves Jesus and has a heart of service for Central America! With her family roots in El Salvador, she has always longed to serve her country and the broader region as a missionary. However, she’ll be the first … More Travel to Serve Spotlight: Meet Liz
The Eritrean-Swedish Globetrotter with a Heart for Africa: Ruthie’s travel journey started early, beginning when her family immigrated to Sweden from Eritrea, by way of Italy due to the war back home. Growing up with hardworking parents who also valued travel, Ruthie credits her global exposure to her parents who traveled within their means and … More Travel to Serve Spotlight: Meet Ruthie
This past November, I took my first trip to Central America over the Thanksgiving holiday and explored the beautiful country of Costa Rica! My friend Susie, whom I featured on my Travel Spotlight Series here, had the itch to go abroad before the end of the year and asked if I was interested. I … More Experience Costa Rica ¡Pura Vida!
Jamaican Travelista & House Hunters International Star Tamika is one of those people that I admire for her ability to incorporate travel into everything she does! She’s currently exploring South Africa and lives a true life of adventure. Born and raised in Boston, MA to Jamaican immigrant parents she also holds dual US-Jamaican citizenship and … More Travel Spotlight: Meet Tamika
I traveled to Rome with my family and we covered all the major sites one would want to see in just 3 days! This was our first trip to Italy and we only had 1 week to explore 4 cities. Being efficient with our time was crucial, luckily, this is where my planning came in … More Travel Guide: Rome in 3 Days
So, what do you do in one of the most magical places on earth? First off, don’t ever go to Paris for just 48 hours, it’s the biggest tease! One week or longer would be ideal in order to take in all the sights, history, and beauty of this city but if a couple of days is … More 48 Hours in Paris, A Solo Adventure
Native Angeleno & Globetrotting Newbie Susie was born and raised in beautiful Southern California and until recently has only traveled domestically. Just this year she encountered a turning point on her travel journey and finally made the decision to take a trip abroad for the first time at age 35! After itching to travel internationally … More Travel Spotlight: Meet Susie
Rediscovering Old Ways To Travel Travel doesn’t have to be overwhelming. If you’re a beginner looking for a stress-free adventure, then sit back, relax, and get on a train…the Amtrak train! Maybe you’re new to travel and haven’t really left your bubble yet. You’ve made every excuse as to why you shouldn’t take a trip. … More All Aboard!
Ingredients for a Memorable Trip Why recreate the wheel? If you have about a week in Maui and are up for some fun, below are my top activities and suggestions of things to do while on the island. I definitely had to budget for activities as it can add up (prices below) but my friends … More Maui: Where to Stay & What to Do
Five Lessons from Maui If you’re a planner like me you understand how much research and energy it can take to create the perfect itinerary. I’m the girl that creates spreadsheets to make sure all our options are covered and that we always know what we’re doing next. Well, maybe you’re not that extreme but … More How to Plan the Perfect Island Vacation