Morocco was nothing short of a dream, and I’m still reeling from all the wonderful experiences I had with some very amazing people. It all started with a week of pre-tours, as part of the Trablin travel conference. Then, I had a few days on my own before co-leading my very first writing + Yoga
*This is a guest post by Marteen of Lust for the World. Budapest is the world’s melting pot of Architectural styles. From Roman amphitheaters and Gothic-styled cathedrals to traditional Turkish baths, Budapest has it all. Since the city is fairly large and diverse, we’ve put together a list of our favorite architectural treasures to see
In case you haven’t read any of my excited Tweets from last week, I’ve recently partnered with Springpad to create my very own notebook for their online store. The notebook is called the Bohemian Travel Planner and it’s completely free to download. If you’re not familiar with Springpad, I suggest you giving it a try.
You might have noticed that I’ve been posting less frequently than usual – and that’s true but for good reason. For one thing, I haven’t traveled anywhere in the last two months so I don’t have my normal stream of content flowing. Secondly, I just got married! (more on that in a later post). Anyway,
Over the past few years, I’ve had two failed attempts to visit Barcelona. Both times life got in the way my plans changed. While I knew that Barcelona was not in the cards for me, I didn’t want to leave Europe without at least seeing Spain. Before heading back to the states I decided to
It’s rare that I choose to enter a blogger contest, mainly because I’m perfectly happy sticking to my bohemian musings yet here I am, racking my brain for a reason not to give it a “Go with Oh” shot. When I first took a look at the ten cities offered during the winner’s one month stay
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
One of the many highlights of my Israel trip was spending a few hours floating my way through life. Deciding to make the most of my time, I completely covered myself in mud for the full experience. Here are a few Dead Sea fashion photos from the day. All covered up…in mud that is. Mud
Like many other avant-garde travelers, I wasn’t sure what to expect when arriving to Bogota. This trip was a personal one and so I preferred to let things unravel naturally. Before arriving, I was warned by countless people to watch out for pick-pockets, kidnappers and criminals in general. Despite the borderline frightening moment I’m about
Just like Jade, I was a bit behind on the blogger curve. I was nominated by Bobbi of Heels and Wheels before I even knew what the Travel Inspirations chain was all about. This is also my first time participating in one of these blogger chain posts so here is my stab at getting it right.