Spring is a fabulous time in Songdo. Flowers begin to bloom, and festivals are in full swing. I've also been inspired to bring the beauty of nature inside by creating a garden patio on the balcony. And my new bike has been perfect for zipping around to the many parks in Songdo to view the … Continue reading Life in Songdo: Spring Flowers and the World Pokemon Festival!
Spend a long weekend exploring Bermuda's pristine beaches. This post includes a beach-by-beach walking tour of the amazing South Shore beaches.
This post includes TWO incredible walking tours of London. Make your way from the medieval Tower of London to the Elizabethan theatre to the modern 221B Baker Street and beyond!
We've all heard the horrible statistic: it takes one day for every time zone that you move to recover from jet lag. If you're traveling from New York to L.A. across three time zones, that is not too bad: three days and you're all set. But if you're traveling from New York to Beijing or … Continue reading How to Beat Jet Lag in Half the Time (or less).
See Japan's highlights in just one week (not for travel amateurs)!
Welcome to part 3 of my series exploring Iceland's Ring Road. Driving Iceland's Ring Road in one week can be done, but expect long days (and nights, thanks to the midnight sun) and very little sleep. I recommend 10 days for the ideal trip around Iceland's Ring Road, but if you can only manage seven, … Continue reading Driving Iceland’s Ring Road in One Week, Part 3: Hverir Geothermal area, Krafla volcano, Akureryi, and the Snaefellsnes Peninsula.
Today you will experience some of the spectacular ice that the land of fire and ice, as Iceland is affectionately known, has to offer. Explore glaciers, view stunning black sand beaches dotted with glittering chunks of ice, and get up close and personal with the amazing Atlantic Puffin.
Driving Iceland's Ring Road in just one week can be done, but expect long days (and nights, thanks to the midnight sun) and very little sleep. I recommend 10 days for the ideal trip around the Ring Road, but if, like me, you can only manage seven, here is how you can pull it off.
Part 3 of my series exploring history in the English countryside will take us to the charming town of Glastonbury to visit cathedral ruins and ancient healing wells. Then we will continue on our journey to the amazing Stourhead Gardens.
Part 2 of my series explores the beautifully preserved village of Lacock dating from the 15th to 18th centuries, and the incredible stone circles of Avebury and Stonehenge.