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.
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 whenContinue reading “TEAtime: NOLA (Part 1)”
I ate a lot of Guyanese snacks growing up. Recently, I came up a fun bingo game to see what snacks other people have tried.
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?
The best countries for curry are…
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 – 24Continue reading “TEAtime: 24 Hours in Liverpool”
Picking the wrong airport – this seemingly small detail – could have enormous implications for your trip. Whenever you’re flying, make sure you get your airports right.
2019 Year End Reflection – Chicago deep-dish pizza is the best pizza.
I travel a lot and I know how to navigate my life in new places so that I have the best trips possible. That said, on my 3-week work trip to London I found out I still have a lot to learn about traveling. My regrets from my recent trip to London have taught me important lessons that will shape my travels going forward, and hopefully, you can learn a few things too.
What’s in my travel first aid kit? Click here to find out.