Take the Quiz: 5 Areas In Ibiza, Which One Is Right For You?

0Shares 0 0 0 0 Ibiza is broken up into 5 municipalities or areas: Ibiza Old Town (Eivissa), Sant Jose, San Antonio, Santa Eulalia, and San Juan. Each offers its own unique atmosphere and attractions. You could dedicate a full day to each area if you really wanted to. But if your looking for a […]

Cenote Tankach-Ha Near Coba Ruins

424Shares 0 0 424 0 Looking for a cenote only visited by locals? The semi-open Cenote Tankach-Ha near the Coba Ruins is for all–families and kids. I mean…it has a diving platform! After having wandered Coba Ruins for a few hours, Pat and I were hot and looking for a quick place to cool off. […]

My First-Time Eating Chapulines: What to Know

36Shares 0 0 36 0 At first glance, chapulines look unappealing. After all, they are grasshoppers. But once I closed an eye and overcame their appearance, the flavor was much more familiar to me than expected. One of my favorite things to do on vacations is try exotic, weird foods. We’ve already done camel, cactus, […]

Explore Newport Mansions (AKA “Summer Cottages”) in Rhode Island

237Shares 0 0 237 0 God I love hearing people refer to the lavish Rhode Island Newport Mansions as “summer cottages.” A smile crosses my face every time. Vanderbilt-owned mansion The Breakers is anything but a cottage. Here’s a look inside. Newport is divided into two neighborhoods. One is small and local–The Point neighborhood. The […]

Shop in Gallipoli, Puglia: What to Take Home

3Shares 0 0 3 0 Did you know that Gallipoli is known among some as the historical village of natural sea sponges? Read on to learn what to take home when you shop in Gallipoli, Puglia. While the basilica in Gallipoli, Puglia draws your eye, it’s hard not to pay attention to the surrounding negozi, […]

13 Ways to Experience the Magic of Matera, Italy

1KShares 0 0 1K 0 In an age where technology is at the forefront and human interactions are cut down by the day, making us less human, less connected, and less alive, Matera’s sassi are a symbol and representation of the opposite. That which we’ve lost and are losing: human life that enriches humanity. Once […]

Pâtisserie Stohrer: The Oldest Bakery in Paris

5Shares 0 0 5 0 Want to eat like royalty in Paris? Follow the royal family among others and grab a pastry at the oldest bakery in Paris, Pâtisserie Stohrer, for a notable and unforgettable experience. Imagine this. It’s 1730 in Paris and till this day there was not one place you could go to […]

Explore Le Marais, Paris: 13 Things To Do | Ultimate Guide

588Shares 0 0 588 0 When exploring le Marais district in Paris you’ll feel like you’re being pulled left and right. Shopping at high-end then smaller boutiques, eating famous French pastries then falafel and bagels, gazing over the Seine river for aperitif then ending up in an LGBT bar after hours. Here’s your guide to […]