When you are looking for a refuge from the hustle and bustle of the city, look no further than the home of the highest mountain in Germany. The small town of Garmisch-Partenkirchen is nestled among the mountains near the German-Austrian border. Before diving into the best activities in the town like hiking, swimming, or standing … Continue reading How to spend one summer week in Garmisch-Partenkirchen
The Best 9 Euro Deal in Germany…or not.
If you have lived in, traveled to, or even thought about Germany in the last few months, then you have most certainly heard about the soon to be infamous 9 Euro Ticket. What exactly is it? For the unbelievable price of 9 euros a month, you will unlock access to all the city and regional … Continue reading The Best 9 Euro Deal in Germany…or not.
Wanderlust or bust? What is the New Airbnb?
Airbnb, a travel company now in its 2nd decade of operation, revolutionized the way we stay once already. For some companies, once is enough. But for Airbnb, the question is now, have they just done it again? To say the world has changed as a result of Covid-19 is an understatement. Fortunately, along with change … Continue reading Wanderlust or bust? What is the New Airbnb?
An itinerary to make you fall in love with Kauai
To set the stage for a place that is as wild as it is beautiful, picture this... you are flying to Kauai and over the plane's intercom they request that you look out the window to your right. This command is followed by John Hammond's silky voice saying "Welcome to Jurassic Park". Though a brachiosaurus … Continue reading An itinerary to make you fall in love with Kauai
Cappadocia: How to see the Hot Air Balloons
Welcome to the Explore by Day Bucketlist. On the first Monday of every month, I will post about a dreamy place that may leave your travel senses tingling. Cappadocia is the first location to be added to the official bucketlist. I love to travel and I especially love planning trips, even if I will never … Continue reading Cappadocia: How to see the Hot Air Balloons
How to plan your trip to the Netherland Tulip Fields
Have you ever heard someone say "Spring showers bring May flowers". Well, step out of the way May because April is the month of the Tulips! That is right, when you are seeing photos like this --> Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com or this --> Photo by Aaron Burden on Pexels.com likely those photos were … Continue reading How to plan your trip to the Netherland Tulip Fields
Women and Solo Travel – How to beat the “I can’t”
Hey Explorers! Say it with me - “I am a woman and I can solo travel.” Repeat it to yourself a few times. It is a sad reality that women often times feel a lot of anxiety and fear when they think about solo traveling for the first time. As a woman who has traveled … Continue reading Women and Solo Travel – How to beat the “I can’t”
How to Move to Germany from the USA – Top 5 Tips
Hey you, yes you…the future expat reading this article. Hallo und Willkommen!I am excited for you that you are considering (or at least reading about) what it is like to move to Germany from the United States. The idea of such a big change can be scary but also very exciting. As someone who recently … Continue reading How to Move to Germany from the USA – Top 5 Tips
Exploring Antigua Guatemala
An article about Antigua, Guatemala. The kind of city that brings a melody to your head, gives a new beat to your heart and writes a note of adventure to your soul.
I Choose Me at Long Last
My roadtrip has officially begun! If you're wondering what led me to the open road (temporarily) check out my first article, Leap of Faith, here. I was officially in the car, heading West, and I was jamming. Not like sing-a-long and nod your head jamming, I was belting road trip classics from the top of … Continue reading I Choose Me at Long Last