Category: Travel

Restaurants in Yucatan, Mexico: Five Culinary Experiences

Yucatan, Mexico is a must-visit destination for food lovers any time of year. This region has earned a reputation as the culinary hub of southeastern Mexico and promises an unforgettable experience with delicious cuisine at the many incredible restaurants in Yucatan. The fusion of Mayan and European cultures creates a rich historical background that is reflected in Yucatan’s diverse and flavorful gastronomy. From high-end...

A new take on traditional wontons

These juicy wontons are filled with pork mince, prawns and celery, and served in a light broth fragrant with sesame and soy. From meaty to veggie, fried to boiled, traditionally flavoured to globally inspired, there’s a wonton to suit most palates. Wontons, unlike dumplings, tend to be made with a thin, square wrapper and served in soups. While eaten all over China, they are...

The US’ first autism-friendly city

Holidays can be stressful for neurodiverse people, but Mesa, Arizona, is becoming more inclusive so that everyone can enjoy the benefits of travel – not just the neurotypical. On a family holiday in 2018, Marc Garcia was shocked at the strange looks and lack of patience that hospitality staff had for his autistic son. As the CEO and president of tourism bureau Visit Mesa...

Digital Nomad Setup: 15 Essentials for the Best Workspace in 2023

In this post, I’ll be walking you through my ideal digital nomad setup. I’ve been a digital nomad since the beginning of 2022. I’ve lived and worked in many countries around the world, including Mexico, Costa Rica, Albania, Montenegro, the UK, and (most recently) Sri Lanka. During this time, I’ve honed my nomadic workspace to the point where it’s perfect for my needs. Table of Contents Becoming...

The US’ 113-mile ‘floating’ highway

Stretching 113 miles into the open ocean, this engineering marvel linked the far-flung Florida Keys to the mainland and forever changed Florida. Seagulls cried overhead as I glided across miles of glistening waters somewhere between the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico. The sky melted into the teal sea, which turned turquoise as it shallowed into channels between the coral and limestone islands....

15 Best Things To Do in Stow-on-the-Wold in 2023

Stow-on-the-Wold is a beautiful little market town in the heart of the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Naural Beauty. There are lots of fantastic things to do in Stow-on-the-Wold such as exploring medieval buildings and art galleries, visiting shops, trying out the many restaurants, and stopping by one of the oldest pubs in England. Table of Contents I’ve been visiting the Cotswolds for years as...

10 Very Best Things To Do In Columbus, Ohio

Perched within the heartland of Ohio, Columbus is an epic city to visit in the US. Not only that, there’s a heap of the best things to do in Columbus dotted all across the city. With gorgeous spots like the Museum of Art, cool little bars and an epic downtown area, Columbus has a little something for every type of visitor.  You’re going to...

15 Best Things to Do in Crete, Greece, in 2023

The Greek island of Crete has always been the perfect destination for a relaxing holiday. It’s full of exciting experiences and is ideal for any kind of traveller. In fact, there are so many incredible things to do in Crete that it can be kind of overwhelming to decide where to go on the island!  Table of Contents Crete is the largest island in...

Istanbul’s five best hammams

From Kılıç Ali Paşa Hamamı to Çukurcuma Hamamı, here are five of the best places to experience a relaxing steam bath in the Turkish capital. For centuries, Istanbul’s hammams have been a source of pleasure and relaxation for visitors and locals alike. These storied bathing houses are part of the city’s rich cultural and historical fabric, representing a physical manifestation of Ottoman tradition. What...

A Guide to Island Hopping Around St. Martin

One of the great attractions of a vacation in the Caribbean is the chance to do a bit of island hopping. Of course, in order to do so effectively, you have to pick your targets and, importantly, an appropriate jumping off spot. St. Thomas as a starting point for the Virgin Island and St. Vincent for exploring the Grenadines spring to mind, but if you...