By now, we all know that any trip can be filled with so many laughs and awkward moments, and these funny encounters with locals or wrong turns can be what truly make a vacation unique and exciting. These funny...
Imagine pristine white sand beaches, enchanting lagoons, karsts Limestone Mountains, water so clear it’s like glass, unexplored coves, spectacular archipelago, and a sunset that makes you believe fairytales are real! This is El Nido. El Nido is the ultimate beach...
As some of you know, Lake Placid, NY was host to both the 1930 and 1980 Winter Olympic games (depending on your age and geographical location you might not have known that, no sweat if you didn't!). Every year the...
1) Know when to book airfare How far in advance? Start by researching when high and low seasons are, and if possible, try to go during low season for the cheapest flights and hotels. For domestic flights:  “There’s such a thing as booking too...
As many of you know, I spent most of my childhood in Upstate New York, particularly in an area that is commonly referred to as "The North Country," probably because most people, and even many New Yorkers, forget that what lies...
Spain is the ideal vacationing spot for many Brits and Americans, and for good reason. Sure, everybody knows that Barcelona and Madrid have a lot to offer, but for an adventurous tourist looking to try something different, there are countless...
So now that you're a bit more familiar with Guam and its bar scene, let's move onto my favorite pastime--err I mean, activity: eating!! As many of you know, I've become a bit of a health nut this past year...
Figuring out what to do in Rio de Janeiro when you're on a tight budget might not be the easiest task, but it is possible. With Brazil's rapidly growing economy, the rising rent and hotel prices in Rio de Janeiro,...
  Many budget travelers are surprised when they start planning their trip to Rio de Janeiro because many of the hostels and hotels aren't quite as cheap as what they expect to find in South America. Since rent is so...
When most tourists visit Rio de Janeiro they generally stick to the Ipanema and Copacabana neighborhoods, where the touristic beaches are lined with tanga-wearing, caipirinha-drinking locals. While these areas are certainly a must-see, an arguably better and more authentic option is the Santa Teresa...