During our Alaskan cruise, we spent our time in the port cities hiking. Check out the hikes we did and my recommendations on how to save money without saving on views while in the port cities of Alaska!
My life of travel has not been very organized ever since we started flying standby. However, this truly makes for spontaneous trips! Plenty of our trips over the past three years have been planned simply the day or even night before departure because flying standby is always such a gamble. Learn more about my adventures… Continue reading 6 Tips on Planning a Last-Minute Trip
After completing a thru-hike of the Appalachian Trail, I've gotten a variety of silly questions about my hike and the AT. Read about what the AT and an AT thru-hike is NOT from a past thru-hiker's perspective.
During my many different travels, I've dealt with my fair share of trips where I've forgotten some seriously important and not-so-important stuff. I'm not going to lie you to you; I still forget stuff. However, I've come to realize that I do bring some of the same items with me, no matter if I'm going… Continue reading 7 Items I Never Leave on a Trip Without
The Yucatán Peninsula in Mexico, specifically the Riviera Maya that stretches from Cancún to Tulum, is a popular vacation destination that has historic Mayan ruins and beautiful beaches. Since my fiancé and I don't have much money to spare for extravagant resort experiences (and, frankly, adventure is more our style anyway), we camp in our two-person tent (or… Continue reading Beach Camping Along Mexico’s Riviera Maya