Summer Travel Essentials for Packing Light Being as its summer I couldn’t help but not do a video for it. Summer is the perfect time to pack light, as you can get away with wearing a lot less clothes! However, as light-weight as these outfits can be, if you choose your wardrobe is a smart way , […]
Packing Tip: How to Keep your Money Organized on the road (watch it or read it) Today I’m going to share with you a quick packing tip and they have to do with Ziploc and I promise they’re not an advertising for Ziploc.
Traveling to multiple countries? Changing climates? Looking for ways to put your luggage on a diet? I’m a big fan of packing light and smart. Versatile and convertible fashion accessories can go a long way, when you’re on the road and the constant go.
Are you a newbie to using squat toilets? Traveling a country, where there’s non-western toilets? Going hiking in the woods, where the toilet is the great wide open? Well, here’s a helpful aide for my squeamish squatters…
Summer is probably the easiest season to pack for. It will strip you of any excess or bulky layers, whenever you think of them and as most travelers know, there’s no such thing as packing too light. But what if you’re traveling to a culture with conservative dress values? Do you still pack light? Yes and No…
Here are 10 Insider tips and tricks which will help anyone moving or already moved to NYC, survive the compact and harried lifestyle of the Big Bad Apple.
Looking back to when I first moved into the city 8 years ago, I realize that nothing could have adequately prepared me for the New York City mentality and lifestyle. New Yorkers are a unique breed of urban warriors and survivalists…
India: Travel Tips…There are many websites and resources that willl give you tips to traveling in India. Here are a few of my own additions to those lists.
WHAT TO WEAR:
Buy native clothes and wear it! While as a tourist you WILL stand out like a sore thumb, donning the local wear helps you to blend a bit more and keeps you from being a “tourist” moving target. Also, the lightweight
When backpacking- I accept that everything will be both, an adventure and culture shock. I want to experience the culture, meet the people and participate in the local lifestyle so I steer clear from big hotels. This means- anti-luxury, anti-porter, anti-hotel-ease. A complete 180 degree turn from my work trips! In addition to my packing list of essentials (read the my Essential list), I am now packing a home within a backpack, knowing there will be times I’m roughing it.