TEAtime: Antigua (Part 3)

This is the final post in my 2020 March Madness series. For my final blog post, I'm talking about things to do in St. John, Antigua.

TEAtime: Antigua (Part 2)

Have you ever wanted to go camping? Have you ever wanted to go glamping? Have you ever wanted to pack your things and go on a solo vacation? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then this is a blog post for you!

TEAtime: Antigua (Part 1)

I took a solo trip to Antigua at the beginning of March 2020. As I browsed for activities and restaurants to try, I kept two travel goals in mind. I wanted to learn how to make more foods when I traveled, and I wanted to try more curry from around the world. The activity that I eventually found perfectly fulfilled those goals. 

TEAtime: NOLA (Part 2)

This second part of my NOLA TEAtime is all about eating. Here are all the new foods and places we tried on our family vacation. Between parts 1 and 2, you should find a food option for even the pickiest of eaters. Beignets at Cafe Beignet and Cafe Du Monde I think we lived at … Continue reading TEAtime: NOLA (Part 2)

TEAtime: NOLA (Part 1)

I definitely consider myself a frugal traveler. I book affordable flights and accommodations and try to make sure the activities I do are worth the money I paid for them. But that doesn't mean I'm cheap or penny-pinching with my trips, and sometimes, they can be more of a splurge. This was the case when … Continue reading TEAtime: NOLA (Part 1)

TEAtime: 24 Hours in Liverpool

This post is about a short trip I took to Liverpool while I was in England last year. I left for Liverpool on Saturday, June 29th, and returned to London on Monday, July 1st. Since Saturday afternoon and Monday morning were travel days, I really only spent Sunday exploring Liverpool. Hence the title - 24 … Continue reading TEAtime: 24 Hours in Liverpool

TEAtime: Mexico City, Mexico

One of my big highlights from Mexico City was actually getting out of the city to take a tour to the Teotihuacan sun and moon pyramids. These monumental pyramids are breathtaking and awe-inspiring. I rank them a close second and third, behind the Great Wall of China, as two of the most impressive things I've seen and climbed in my life.

TEAtime: 10 Things to Eat in Guyana and Suriname

If you ever visit either Guyana or Suriname, really take advantage of the opportunity to eat a wide variety of foods that encompass African, Asian, European, and indigenous South American cuisine.