I don’t want you to have a bad trip. I don’t want you lugging around 50 pounds of stuff you don’t need. I don’t want you losing your luggage and spending the first few days of vacation dealing with airline call centers. So to share some of my knowledge I gathered up my favorite travel gear that I never travel without.
Known as the “Lion City” and the “Garden in the City”, it’s packed with delightful culinary experiences, luxury accommodations, and bumping nightlife. Whether you’re planning to visit Singapore, or it’s top on your travel bucket list, here’s my guide filled with travel tips, recommendations, and need-to-knows.
From shopping to dining, to light shows and mind-blowing gardens, there are so many things you don’t want to miss in this part of Singapore. Here’s the best things to do at Marina Bay, plus advice on how to get the best experience during your time at the bay.
From the beachfront parties in Kuta, to the monkey forest of Ubud, Bali is a beautiful island that pleases all types of travelers. Whether you want to chase down the best local food (satay and suckling pig) or you’d rather lay in the sand under a luxurious cabana, here’s all the best things to do in Bali.
Rum, you know you always have a special place in my bar cart, no matter how crowded it gets. Trends come and go, and I love experimenting with others, but you’re the one I’ll always go back to.
New Orleans has quietly been stepping up their craft beer game for the past few years, and with 11 total New Orleans breweries at the time of publication, the term “craft beer New Orleans” is starting to take shape. Here is the only New Orleans Beer Guide you’ll need to navigate this exploding scene!
The Beer Bloggers Conference has been happening every August since 2010 and just like the craft beer world, there are more and more bloggers every year. This year about 100 bloggers were in attendance for a long weekend full of beer, networking, and exploring.
New Braunfels was founded in 1845, by, no joke, a German prince looking to start a colony in what was at that time the Republic of Texas. Despite the fact…
Discovering each country’s unique food and drinks is, hands-down, one of the best parts of traveling. Even though Belize is a tiny country of about 300,000 in Central America, it’s a huge fusion of several unique cultures. These cultures come through in their dishes. Traditional Belize foods and drinks include an incredible amount of local, fresh seafood options (if you love Lobster hit Belize up during season for great prices of fresh lobsters) that pairs perfectly with the ever-flowing Caribbean rum punch and Belikin Beer.
This is Part Two to my Marfa Guides. Part One includes all the places you’ll want to eat and drink in Marfa. Plus, details on Marfa’s hippest places to stay!…