A Dip In The Blue Lagoon

Reykjavik is the northern most capital in Europe and probably the greenest city in the world, as 100% of its electricity is derived from geothermal and hydrogen power. What’s more impressive is that the conversion into green energy started Continue Reading

Can Wanderlust Be Genetic?

Some are born into settled families, content and comfortable with their familiar surroundings, others are born into a gypsy tribe. I was blessed with wandering parents, parents who loved to see new places with me right Continue Reading

Why I Boycott Lonely Planet, and You Should Too

Millions of travelers see Lonely Planet as their bible…   I don’t.   I have never used Lonely Planet or any other guide books during my five years of traveling the world. And, I have never Continue Reading

The Truth About Travel

There is nothing more humbling than being passed on a hike — twice — by an elderly man who is using a walking stick and holding an umbrella. “Don’t go too fast,” the man said in Continue Reading

Top 5 Ways To Get A Good Wi-Fi Connection In The United Kingdom

  Every traveler knows the feeling – take a great picture, can’t wait to upload it to Instagram and alas, no Wi-Fi connection to be found. However, when traveling to the United Kingdom there are 5 Continue Reading