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.
After returning from my solo trip to Antigua, I realized that I had a good amount of footage of my glamping tent and decided to make a vlog.
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!
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.
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)
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)
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
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.
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.
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