Clean water. It’s something you take for granted if your country offers it up freely. Just turn on the spigot of your faucet and bam. Insta-water. But travel to a country which doesn’t have the luxury of clean water and it will change your way of thinking. Ironically, I love traveling to countries with bad drinking water. When I was doing my month-long […]
“Selfie Getaways.” There are many types of getaways, which grant us escape. Escape from the city… escape into the city… escape from stress, other
Watch Clever Travel Companion review, so you know what I’m giving away! I’m super excited. You know why? This is where I finally get to offer you readers and viewers more than just eye-service. I’m having my first GRRRLTRAVELER giveaway! Woopta!
If this video isn’t playing, you can watch it here: http://youtu.be/cOm3k1l5vPM Imagine someone says you’re going to stay on a “floatel” for the next two nights. What would you think? I had no clue. But I love surprises and experiencing things for the first time. I appreciate being whisked off to some place I’ve never
Ten minutes later, I arrived at Amari hotel. The exterior didn’t look impressive, but once you step inside, it opens to something nicer. We whizzed past lobby registration and went straight to the elevators. Not the usual route for a hotel check-in. Mark pushed the elevator button… 32nd floor.
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After I stayed at Popeye Media Cafe in Fukuoka, I was charged to keep going. Like my explorations of Korean love motels and bathhouses, I was ready to take the tour of manga cafes (aka manga kissas). Afterall, what I experienced for a $12 overnight stay was pretty darned exciting and if done right, it […]
With budget hotels in Southeast Asia, you never know what to expect.
Sometimes, you stumble upon a princely palace that’s cute, charming and cheap, all in one. Other times, a first impression doesn’t always do a place or place justice and you can’t always tell a bargain when you see it.
So, I’ve promised some of you the inside tip on the best jjimjilbang in Seoul… After the disappointment of Seoul’s much hyped Dragon Hill Spa, I was reluctant to return for another night of overnight non-thrill on a hard wood floor. Fortunately, a friend offered me an alternative suggestion…