During this ongoing pandemic, many virtual travel experiences popped up to tide people over and provide socially distant travel alternatives. Of the options I tried, the best virtual experience was …
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.
I’ve done a lot of traveling over the years. I would characterize much of it as solo travel despite all of my trips not fitting a traditional definition of solo travel. Solo travel is not just you going off somewhere wholly alone. I would argue that there are actually about 3 different types of “solo”Continue reading “Travel Basics 100: Types of Solo Travel”
I can’t think of a trip I’ve been on that didn’t include visiting a museum. Time and time again, I’ve paid for this cultural experience. Is this out of habit or genuine interest? And should I keep them on the itinerary for future trips?
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.