The past few years have been pretty busy ones – what with five major moves in less than five years. A lot has changed, and I’ve had to learn to roll with the punches as the saying goes. My current apartment is pretty minimalistic and while I might take a clean and crisp approach when
Now that I’m officially back on the East Coast, I’m once again reminded of how much New Yorkers adore the color black. Don’t get me wrong; about 70% of my own closet consists of black garb but as I write this recap of my trip to San Juan, all I can think about is color…vibrant,
Bern might be the capital of Switzerland but it doesn’t always get the credit it deserves. While many international travelers won’t hesitate soaking up the summer sun in Geneva or planning a winter ski trip through the alps, Bern sometimes falls off the map so to speak. Then it got me thinking…Is Bern the highly-underrated (and sometimes
Well, if you haven’t guessed it yet, Bohemian Trails finally got that makeover I’ve been alluding to over the past few months. Bohemian Trails is sort of like my baby so while I’ve been planning this site redesign since early March, I didn’t want to rush the finished product. There are still tweaks to be
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.
Mexico is always a popular vacation spot for avant-garde travelers and water sport fanatics alike. While I do try to be as active as possible, I generally prefer a more laid-back approach to travel. Here are my three favorite ways to explore the real Mexico. Kayak During my time in Los Cabos, I went kayaking
We all have cities where we find ourselves day dreaming more than usual and while I rarely need any motivation in that department, I’ve found my mind carelessly wandering more than usual as I explore the hidden gems of Dresden. The small but musical German city doesn’t get the same tourist traffic as Berlin or
(article from Megan’s Travel Column, Weekly Wanders on Life2PointOh) A few weekends ago I decided to take one last weekend trip before heading south for the summer. A friend of mine was invited to stay at his friend’s house upstate in Lake Huntington so I decided to tag along. I figured most city dwellers would