Indie Guide to Santiago

Going off of our Neighborhood Guide to Santiago, here is an indie twist for the avant-garde traveler. Here are 5 ways Brasil is one of the best neighborhoods in my Santiago, Chile travel guide: 1. Bohemian Lifestyle For a truly bohemian experience, I recommend staying in the Brasil neighborhood of Santiago. The area is a

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5 Lessons from Bohemian Locals

As any avant-garde traveler knows, sometimes it’s the most unexpected people that end up teaching us the most important life lessons. This is definitely true for me, which is why I’ve decided to list the top 5 things I’ve learned from locals during my travels. 1) Over-friendly people aren’t necessarily creepy During my semester in

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If I Could Start Over

I’ll be honest. When I launched Bohemian Trails back in May 2011 I had high hopes. While I wanted my site to resonate well with readers, I was also aware that the odds were stacked against me. Every year there are thousands of bloggers with the same hope and only a few come out on

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Bohemian Trails Gets Personal

Going along with the more personal posts I’ve been writing each Friday, I’ve decided to put together a list of 5 travel facts about myself that you probably didn’t already know. I am a Dual Citizen: There are some who would say that I should not be opening admitting to owning two passports but this

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Bohemian Trails Starts A New Year

I’ve personally never been that great at sticking to my new years resolutions and because of this, there have been several years when I ditched the whole thing altogether. This year, however, I have lots to look forward to and a few goals I refuse to quit. Travel After months of networking, sending emails, trying

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4 Countries. 3 Continents. 2 Bags. 1 Girl

As 2011 comes to a close I’ve decided to re-cap where I’ve been this past year. Although I was not traveling constantly, I was able to make it to Egypt, Chile, Argentina and Mexico. From dinner with a traditional Nubian family in Egypt, to wine tasting in Chile, tango dancing in Argentina and snorkeling in

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Personal Highlights from 2011

The past year has been pretty life changing, which is why I’ve decided to chronicle 5 things that 2011 brought me. From a new career to a better viewpoint on life, here is Megan’s thankful list. Bohemian Trails April 2012 marks the one-year anniversary of Bohemian Trails being up and running. Although I had lazily

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November in a NutShell

November is one of my favorite months here in New York but as anyone living here will tell you, it flies by fast. Since I’m not currently traveling like some of my fellow bloggers – Leave Your Daily Hell, Wake and Wander and theplanetd just to name a few – I’ve been keeping myself preoccupied

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Megan Returns to New York

After a summer spent in DC, South America and then Mexico, mid-October marked the time for me to return to the city I fell in love with: New York. Spending the summer away from the hustle & bustle of city life was harder than I imagined. When I wasn’t traveling abroad, I was finding any

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How to Beat a Bad Exchange Rate

(original article is from Megan’s Travel Column on Life2PointOh, entitled Weekly Wanders) Let’s be honest. The American dollar hasn’t exactly been doing that great the last few years. Back in 2008 when I was studying in London, I almost cried one morning after calculating how much my tall vanilla latte was actually costing me in

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