Sorrento, Italy: The Perfect Base to Explore Southern Italy & The Amalfi Coast
After choosing Sorrento, Italy as base for my own trip, I quickly realised how ideal the location of this town was for exploring the Amalfi coast. Its convenient location, charming atmosphere, and range of accommodation options make it the perfect place to start your Amalfi Coast and Southern Italy adventure.
Surviving long-haul flights
I've been on my fair share of long-haul flights over the years. I have developed a few routines and habits in order to make my time on the plane easier and more comfortable.
Erna’s Nature Pool | Stella Maris Beach Resort, Long Island
Erna’s Nature Pool is off the beaten path, but a must see when visiting Long Island in my opinion. When people think of resort pools their imaginations usually conjure up images of lounge chairs, the smell of sun screen and tropical drinks with umbrellas. Well this pool is a little…
How To Travel With A Full Time Job
Travel planning with a full time job can feel impossible, I know the feeling because I’ve been there. It can be challenging, but it is definitely possible. Below are some of the strategies I use in order to stretch my limited vacation days. Stretch Your Vacation Days Most people get…
My U.A.E Top Five List
My U.A.E top 5 list has been one of the hardest things to narrow down. I have gotten this question so many times since I got back. After giving it a lot of thought I finally put a list together that I am happy with. There is so much to…
How to NOT be the world’s most annoying traveler
Traveling can be a stressful experience; long lines, security checks, cultural differences and language barriers. I was prompted to write this while waiting in the airport before heading out for another quick trip. Being back in an airport reminded me just how annoying some travelers can be. While in Dubai…
Travel: Should you plan every moment of your trip? Or go with the flow?
Let me let you in on a secret, My name is Ashley and I am a planner. Pretty much everyone that knows me, knows that I am a planner. I’m usually the one that has everything someone else is missing or forgot to pack and I know what is happening…
10 Things I Learned About Dubai
I visited Dubai this January for my birthday and I loved it! Although the laws and culture are very different than the country I am from, that didn’t stop me from taking a trip across the world to see it for myself. There are a lot of misconceptions surrounding middle…
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The Salt Beacon – Little Exuma
Near Williamstown up on a cliff is The Salt Beacon, A tuscan styled column built in the 1900’s that functioned as a un-lit guide for ships to the salt port. Because Exuma is so flat it was perfect for the salt industry back then. I can’t imagine them ever missing…
The Glass Window Bridge
The Glass Window bridge, located in North Eleuthera was once a natural rock arch. It has been replaced by a man made bridge due to repeated damage from hurricanes and natural erosion. It is a beautiful sight to behold where two oceans meet at the thinnest point of the island.…