Located outside the hustle and bustle of the city, Alessandra’s suite is tucked away within the rolling hills of the countryside and it’s BEAUTIFUL! The grounds stretch across 3 acres of land… Source: Florence: Where to Stay Continue reading Florence: Where to Stay
Tucked up into the rustic Pacific coast in the Nayarit state, Sayulita is just what you need and nothing you don’t. Surprisingly – at only 25 miles north of Puerto Vallarta – the swarms of Tourists and all the trouble that comes with them are nowhere in sight. Instead, when you amble around in your … Continue reading Sayulita, Mexico: Just What You Need
Alright beer drinkers, this one is for you! In the last few years, I’ve noticed craft beer blowing up all over the world, in a very localized, artisanal way. And the momentum of these craft breweries doesn’t seem to be slowing down, either! It’s not just in western places like the USA or Europe – … Continue reading 5 Most Interesting Craft Beers in the World — Gamin Traveler
It started as a simple idea. More of a joke, really. Nothing else. Then slowly, but surely a conversation started to pick up and include a few texts, an email with a few articles, (we looked at the calendar), and then the excitement kicked in. We were talking about a trip to Machu Picchu and … Continue reading Machu Picchu: An Idea, Nothing Else
If we had no winter, the spring would not be so pleasant. If it did not sometimes taste of adversity, prosperity would not be so welcome. – Charlotte Bronte Like every travel, blogging felt to us like this new voyage. A new kind of trip. That quote above summarizes what blogging has taught… via Monthly Report: … Continue reading Monthly Report: Behind 5 months of Travel Blogging, earning more than 1K — Gamin Traveler
There’s no shortage of enchanting tales about the Catalan capital. These five Barcelona Gothic Quarter legends include real places you can visit! Source: 5 Magical Legends of Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter Continue reading 5 Magical Legends of Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter
The list is hard to remember. Harder even to compile now, as I did not have much of a lunch and seeing these photos is borderline torture. Well here you are – the best things I ate on a recent trip to Cartagena, Colombia. Whole fried fish, coconut rice, plantains, and lime. Best enjoyed while … Continue reading The Best Things I Ate in Cartagena, Colombia!