As we cruise towards fall, it's time to seize the (vacation) day! As I entertain ideas of US-based destinations, I fortuitously got the latest Four Seasons eZine. I am a huge fan of the Four Seasons and when you add one of my favorite places, Santa Barbara, I am giddy with excitement! Especially, with the … Continue reading Late Summer Splash!
Yesterday was my birthday - a milestone year, if you believe in that sort of thing. Unlike years past, I wasn’t on any foreign adventure or fantastic trip. I love to travel on my birthday because it combines my cardinal rule for birthdays (one day, of 365, that is all about you) and my desire … Continue reading Has Travel Made Me A Better Person?
A slight frost in the early morning just makes me enjoy my coffee and croissant all the more. A chill in the night air makes the moon burn a little brighter.
It was her advice to always have a great pair of sturdy walking shoes and to be prepared for every outcome. I find myself quoting her wisdom almost on a daily basis.
Our traveling souls don't stop anticipating the cool, crisp freshness that autumn brings! The need for a heavy sweater in the morning, the nip of a chill as you shuffle through streets covered in the gold of fallen leaves. The smoky piquant smell of burning leaves dampened by an autumn rain. Almost heaven.
You get the point, right? Check in with your airline. Due to incredibly high call volumes start by checking the airline app and/or website. Only call them if you can't use electronic means to resolve your issue.
When the zombie apocalypse happiness, you can guarantee map reading will be a valued skill.
The height of blog laziness is sharing someone else's post. I am going to get away with it because...
When I say reasonable, I mean under $1000 (US) and cattle coach class. Personally, I add non-stop to the 'reasonable' tick list.
pretty pictures from around the world.