It took a pandemic but we finally pulled the trigger and said goodbye to California, our home for the past 16+ years. It’s a bittersweet feeling because I love California. How can I not? But change is good, right? Right?
I promise you won’t find gag gifts, or single-use items, or “fad” items. Instead you’ll find products I truly love (and have bought with my own money), causes I support, and gifts that do good. Conspicuous waste should never be celebrated.
From camera protection, to portable door alarm, these are must-have travel items under $25 for practical, non-sense travelers.
What We've Been Up To
While Egypt is mostly known for incredible man-made sites such as the Sphinx and the many pyramids, the White Desert is offers utterly breathtaking natural landscape. In fact, visiting the White Desert was the highlight of my trip to Egypt.
Itinerary, highlights, lowlights, and practical tips on visiting Egypt independently as a solo female traveler.
If you’re looking for an overnight backpacking trip from Bishop, I highly recommend this trail from South Lake to Dusy Basin. 6 miles one way, 2000 ft in elevation gain. It’s steep, but short with big sceneries. It’s an Eastern Sierras classic!
My recent three-week trip to the Dolomites and Lake Garda was one of the best trips I’d taken in awhile. Now I’m sharing our of 3 week Dolomite itinerary with you: best hikes, viewpoints, stunning lakes, and how best to see them.
The Italians’ plan was crude but simple: dig a tunnel to bring a large amount explosives under the Austrian troops who controlled the summit – Lagazuoi Piccolo – and blow them up. Today, hiking Lagazuoi tunnels is one of the most popular activities in the Dolomites.