When I first started planning for our trip to Ireland, I quickly realized that one of the best ways to see the country would be to rent a car. As I researched, I tried to see if it would be possible to avoid renting a car as I wasn’t too confidant in my “driving on … More Road Tripping through Ireland
“Positano bites deep. It is a dream place that isn’t quite real when you are there and becomes beckoningly real after you have gone.” -John Steinbeck Positano is known as the pearl city of the Amalfi Coast. It is a cliffside city along the Tyrrhenian Sea that is adorned with cute shoppes, restaurants and breathtaking … More Thanksgiving in Positano
It has been a few days since I’ve returned back to the States and have had friends asking me if I would blog about my travels to Italy, so here we are, the first blog post to a series devoted to the land of pizza+pasta. So, grab a cup of coffee and cue Andrea Bocelli … More My Roman Holiday: Two Day Itinerary
There’s a quote by Anita Desai that goes a little like this, “Wherever you go becomes a part of you somehow.” How true those words ring in my own heart. I do not take it for granted that life has given me opportunities to travel. To me, it has been life’s greatest gift. To be … More My Eat, Pray, Love Story.
Not going to lie. I’m pretty sure I had George Ezra’s song, Barcelona, stuck in my head half the time while walking through it’s beautiful streets last week. Barcelona has it all…beaches, mountains, shopping, old churches, and alleyways that you can easily get lost in. To be honest, I don’t mind getting lost in a … More Beautiful Barcelona.
I’m certain there is magic in the U.K, the kind that transports you to centuries ago. I am sure that the same can be said of many countries in Europe and around the world, which is why I think one should travel. When you walk the streets, it feels as though you’ve transported from the … More Photo gallery: Autumn in London.