As you probably already know, Hawaii is a small chain of islands in the Pacific, so don’t plane on booking any train tickets for your visit. The easiest way to get there is by air, but you can also get there via boat in some cases. If you’re one of the very lucky people who . . . → Read More: Which Island In Hawaii?
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Boston is a great city to visit. It’s the perfect mix between old and new. Old as in you can visit Paul Revere’s house and new as in you can grab a slice of pizza right after. Here are a few tips to ensure you have a wicked good time in Beantown.
Everything is . . . → Read More: 5 Tips for a Trip to Boston
The title says it about all…what do YOU know about Baltimore? I’m probably moving there in August, and want your thoughts! In the spirit of full disclosure: I will be commuting several times per week to attend a graduate school program in Philadelphia (YAY!), however, my significant other will likely be working Washington, DC.
What . . . → Read More: Tell me what you know about Baltimore!
While at one time it was suggested that the rise of online casinos might lead to the death of land-based ones, in fact all it seems to have done is increased the section of the populace interested in playing casino games. The result of this is that people are viewing vacations as . . . → Read More: Ideas for Casino Holidays
Yesterday, I realized how close I came to transforming back into a my past self. A self whose life revolved around my credit score and the cleanliness of my office desk. What I was like thirteen months ago.
Thirteen months ago, I embarked on a journey which took me through seven countries, three of which . . . → Read More: How could I forget?
It’s been way too long since I wrote a post on here…but never fear, you haven’t been far from my mind! In my “absence” I was working behind the scenes trying to get more exposure for this site, which got me more readers…and more spammers. I do apologize if random posts of mine . . . → Read More: The Backpacking Chica is BACK!
Last night, a young and bright family friend attempted suicide, as a way to escape the pressures of being a gay teen.
After taking an astonishing assortment of pills, he was just barely conscious when a relative of mine, alerted by his strange behavior, rushed him to the hospital. After hours of diligent work by . . . → Read More: Being Gay in America
Emily writes about expat life in Santiago and her travels at Don’t Call Me Gringa. Find her on Twitter @emilyinchile.
Coincidentally, the day I discovered Kim’s site was the day she’d put up a post about her top 5 things to do in Santiago. Fate, perhaps? I have to say, I think she’s got a . . . → Read More: Five more things to do in Santiago, Chile!
How goes it? Good I hope!
Yours truly is in good ol’ South Florida. Fort Myers to be exact! This sprawling, urban suburbia, just 30 miles from the second richest town in the USA, has one of the worst unemployment rates in the nation. Spat out without second thought to such small issues . . . → Read More: Forecast: sun, sand, and…grannies?