As Bohemian Trails quickly nears its two year blog-versary, I couldn’t be more proud of what it’s become. Blogging began as an outlet for me and soon turned into a real career. The last year alone took me to Europe on three separate occasions, South America, the Middle East and the Caribbean. I needed this
Growing up, I always hated Daylight Savings time each spring. It meant that I lost an hour of sleep and had to wake up for school more tired than usual. Oh how times have changed! Thanks to San Antonio’s Luminaria art festival which coincides with the time change, I gladly welcomed one hour less of
Deciding to spend the first week of July in Paris, I officially revelled in my “vacation”. As a travel blogger, I am on-the-go much of the time and while I can hardly complain about this, there is always something on my mind. In fact, sometimes I find it hard to travel the way I did
Compared to other global cities, Helsinki is relatively small in geographic size and population, making it easily navigated by foot or bike. During my stay in here, I got to know the different neighborhoods fairly well. Each is unique in its own way and adds to the innovative complexity of the city as a whole.
Tel Aviv is one of Israel’s most popular cities and after spending only a few days here, it’s easy to see why so many bohemian travelers adore Tel Aviv. Art In the center of Tel Aviv is the Carmel Open-Air Market, brimming with local fruit, spices, street food, clothes and souvenirs. The market is inexpensive,
Spanish culture has always intrigued me, particularly the importance residents place on siesta. Everyday, shops close down from about 2-5 and bars and restaurants roughly from 4-9. This coveted nap time can definitely feel strange for first time travelers to Spain, which is why it’s best to make the most of your day before and
Our featured artist this week resides in Brooklyn, New York and focuses on urban art, reflective of the area. Kathryn Klopp specializes in portraits, drawings and paintings using a variety of mediums and artistic techniques. Travel has been a constant influence on the young artist, having studied and lived in Cuba for a time. How/when
Our Artist of the Week is Toni Silber-Delerive who has been doing art virtually all of her life. Born in Philadelphia, she received her B.F.A. in Painting from the Philadelphia College of Art and studied at the School of Visual Arts. A Manhattan-based artist and graphic designer, Toni’s work is featured in private and corporate