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Things to Do Around Kemer, Turkey
Sep 1

Things to Do Around Kemer, Turkey
By Vicky

A gorgeous 40 km drive south of Antalya filled with mountain scenery, Kemer is a little gem in the region boasting a thriving tourism scene with beautiful resorts and a charming marina. Kemer has a quaint Mediterranean village feel to it with 2 and 3-storey…

How to Save Money While You’re Touring Rome
Nov 30

How to Save Money While You’re Touring Rome
By reymund

Rome is a remarkable place to visit. From the Vatican and St. Peter’s Basilica to the Coliseum and The Pantheon, the history, architecture, food, and culture are both mind-boggling and one-of-a-kind. Founded in the 8th century B.C., Rome is one of the world’s oldest cities,…

Sep 19

A Summer in Greece- What More Could One Ask For?
By Dave and Vicky

Ok, so maybe ‘summer’ is pushing it a bit considering that September is halfway over and we are well into the months of fall. Even so, regardless if you are planning a summer, spring, fall, or even a winter vacation, the amazing country of Greece…

Ljubljananjam Foodwalks Review
Jul 30

Ljubljananjam Foodwalks Review
By Vicky

As soon as I get to a new country the first thing I look up is food based cultural experiences. I love food and find it to be such an integral part of local culture that it truly is one of my favorite ways to…

Being Back in Madrid
Jun 25

Being Back in Madrid
By Vicky

I studied abroad in Madrid in 2009 and had the absolute time of my life. I stayed with a host family that was so warm, hospitable and giving, enjoyed finally taking non-business related courses, and made friends that I hope to keep for a lifetime….

A Fun under the Sun in Europe
May 24

A Fun under the Sun in Europe
By reymund

Let’s have fun today, shall we? What are our options? Perhaps like Vicky and I, you are in Europe and are looking for that next destination. Well, you can check out some of the fantastic places in Europe which are less talked about, but they are…

Guest Post: Torun – Where Astronomy Began
Mar 31

Guest Post: Torun – Where Astronomy Began
By Dave and Vicky

The following is a guest post by Anna from Anna Everywhere. I have to admit that when I got the opportunity to study in Torun I felt scared and wondered whether or not I would like it because I spent most of my life living in…

Solar Canons and Varied Ski Runs: What’s New in Val d’Isere?
Jan 21

Solar Canons and Varied Ski Runs: What’s New in Val d’Isere?
By Dave

Of all of the high-end ski resorts nestled in the snowy Alps, Val d’Isere has long been one of the most popular and the most visited. Even though Val d’Isere offers consistently good skiing and great facilities, the resort doesn’t rest on its laurels and…

Wonderful Things to see and do near Loch Lomond
Jan 14

Wonderful Things to see and do near Loch Lomond
By Dave and Vicky

The region of Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park is one of the most beautiful areas to visit in Scotland. This area has the internationally renowned Loch Lomond, as well as Scotland’s only lake, Lake Menteith. The hills around Highland Boundary Fault provide astounding vistas…

Scotland Wrap Up $85 Per Day
Jan 13

Scotland Wrap Up $85 Per Day
By Vicky

We spent an average $85 each per day in Scotland over the course of 13 days. Here is a collection of our impressions, travel tips, and the cost break down. Schedule Glasgow 2 days  I have to admit I don’t have a single photo of…