ocated in South Carolina on the East Coast of the United States, the small town of Myrtle Beach is a huge American vacation destination. Whether you’re a family with kids or a party goer with friends, you’ll have a blast spending time at Myrtle Beach. For those that are seeking to get outdoors to enjoy […]
Editor’s Note: I’m excited to welcome back Suzanne Nance as a regular contributor. She previously wrote a guest post on preparation tips for climbing at high altitudes based on her experience climbing the tallest mountains on each of the 7 continents. et Out Doors. Now! Fall is in full bloom. Cold nights, warm days, and summer rains have […]
A large photo of the James Dean bust at Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles. The original rebel without a cause.
Before I jump into the wild and exciting times of travel in Ecuador, I wanted to take a moment to reflect on why there’s no place like home. And by home, I don’t mean my affair with the Latin American city of Medellin, I mean New York. The state where I was born, the small […]
Canyonlands is not as popular as the Grand Canyon, but could be considered just as spectacular.
Guest writer Amy Hamblen shares her experience Visiting Jack Kerouac in Lowell, Massachusetts.
America is Beautiful: 30 observations from a cross-country road trip. (Photo: David Lee)
In addition to spending a lot of time networking in New York City, I also looked for opportunities to meet people closer to home. Aside from attending events at National Geographic headquarters, and happy hours hosted by other bloggers, I began to co-host my own series of happy hours. It was a fun, relaxed way […]
After the conclusion of my ’round the world trip, I landed back in northern Virginia. I used the next 11 months to meet as many people in the online travel community as possible. This effort entailed networking in New York City over the course of 4 separate trips, which coincidentally coincided with all four seasons […]