Each year, the Yi Peng and Loy Krathong festivals in Chiang Mai are major events coinciding at the same time and drawing tourist crowds across the globe. For years, it’s been on my travel bucket list as two of the top festivals in Thailand to experience. Due to the fact that I seldom travel during peak travel seasons, I didn’t think I’d ever get to experience them.
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Announcement & How I Afford Travel Blogger Burnout
As a travel blogger, it probably wouldn’t sound right if I say I’m tired of travel. But because travel blogging is my job, I’ve found it changes the way I see/experience travel.
Knowing I have a responsibility to my blog followers,… to keep things interesting, keep content fresh, informational and exciting, sometimes, I feel I only partially traveling for yourself. This might still be okay, I guess, if I could afford to travel often. But what happens if I’m barely (more…)
There’s countless ways to protect your valuables. In the past I’ve reviewed one way and today I want to introduce you to one of my favorites. Banjees Wrist Wallets by Sprigs. What these are, are well-
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Things that Make or Break Travel Partners Recently I booked a last-minute flight to join girlfriends on a 10-day RV road trip to see some of America’s natural wonders. An epic trip. However, I ended up canceling that trip the day just before and