Find out what it’s like to drive a $180,000 Ferrari in the French Riviera, including lots of photos and video footage.
Year after year, Paris continues to be the #1 most visited city in the world. I’ve had the chance to visit Paris twice, and I’ve still barely scratched the surface of what the city has to offer. Everyone’s tastes are different, however I’m confident at least half my picks would make anyone’s top 10 list. So […]
Reunion island from lolo_L
I’ve been reflecting a lot lately on how my style and approach to travel has evolved and matured since my first backpacking trip to Europe in 1998. Last month I turned 35 while traveling here in Ecuador, and I think the decisions I make are a reflection of my age. Don’t get me wrong, I […]
Tips to save you money in one of the world’s most expensive cities.
Large, mouth-watering photo of Parisian pastries and tarts taken on location in the French capital.
It turns out that Monte Carlo is a ghost town at night and everything was closed at 8 pm.
The best thing about hanging out in the Saint-Germain area is having a picnic on the Pont des Arts.
My return to Europe 10 years after my first backpacking trip there was a blast. No Visas, no currency exchanges, no need to show evidence of onward travel. The hospitality of my friends and couchsurfing hosts was amazing. I have definitely learned how to treat my future guests in the right way. Cathedrals, royal palaces, […]
On this day, Magali working a long shift at the bakery, Sebastien took me around the Bay of Arcachon. Biganos, the town where Magali’s mom lived, was at the southeast edge of the bay. First, we drove southwest to the Dune of Pilat, Europe’s biggest sand dune. Formed during the 18th century, it was […]