Stunning Vallarta Nayarit in One Minute

Turismo de Mexico has a new campaign that just launched and it is seriously making me want to book a last-minute plane ticket to Puerta Vallarta stay there indefinitely. In terms of my own Mexico travel, I’ve been to Cozumel and the Los Cabos area and while both of those trips were truly memorable, there is

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Bohemian Trails Wins Travel + Leisure SMITTY Award

Earlier today Travel + Leisure announced the winners for their third annual Social Media in Travel + Tourism Awards (SMITTYs) and Bohemian Trails made the cut! The blog was awarded with “Best Overall Use of Social Media by an Independent Travel Photo-Journalist/Videographer.” I’m beyond thrilled to be among so many other talented writers and brands like @AmateurTraveler, @Virgin_Atlantic, @Expedia, @gadventures and @peek. It’s

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Just Back from Dominica: My Initial Impressions

As I flip back through the hundreds of photos I took while in Dominica I notice a smile creeping upon my face. I wonder what the people sitting on either side of me at this crowded neighborhood coffee shop must think of my glee. Probably nothing, as it’s too time consuming to wonder about the

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Innovative Indy: Cuisine & Cocktails

I’m going to be totally honest here. Before heading to Indy for Memorial Day Weekend, I didn’t have high hopes for the food and beverage scene. I hate to admit it but I think my years living in New York have made me a bit harder to please when it comes to food. However and

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Going Local in the Real DR

Less than 48 hours into my luxurious stay at Barcelo Punta Cana, it was time to swap our swim suits for comfortable clothes and durable sneakers. From about 9am until 6pm, our group spent hours delving into the local culture surrounding Punta Cana, Dominican Republic. Hopping on board what resembled a mix of a safari vehicle

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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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Going Tropical in Galvevston

A common theme throughout my weekend in Galveston Island was the amount of exotic birds commonly seen throughout the area. Living in New York, this was exceptionally exciting for me and one of the highlights of my trip. Although I’m not a birding fanatic by any means, I certainly adore watching them fly and with

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Why Travel Writing is Misunderstood

I’m sure we’ve all had our moments when we feel misunderstood. I can only speak for myself but I’ve had many of these moments in the past year alone. Pursuing a career in the arts already puts me at a disadvantage compared to those who have a more stable and safe job. I sometimes feel

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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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How to Feel Like a Local at a Resort

If you are headed to a top travel destination like Mexico or the Caribbean, spending a few nights at an all-inclusive resort may be your best option. While some guests may never plan on leaving the comfort of the resort, other people are naturally more adventurous and therefore may crave more stimulation throughout the day.

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