Ecuador/Galapagos, South America, travel

24 Hours in Guayaquil

On my way to the Galapagos, I had a layover in Guayaquil, Ecuador. Guayaquil is the cheapest city to fly out to the Galapagos from, so naturally your Type A budget master chose that route!  During this twenty-four-hour layover, I set out to explore this interesting and historic city. Guayaquil is a busy metropolis city,… Continue reading 24 Hours in Guayaquil

2018, Antarctica, South America, travel

How to Book a Last Minute Deal to Antarctica

Ever dream about going to Antarctica but thought it was too expensive? Well, there is a way to explore the frozen continent on a budget and it's called a last minute deal. Check out all my type a tips for booking a last minute deal.

New York State, North America, travel, USA

The Ultimate Guide to Ithaca

Ithaca, NY is arguably the heart of the Finger Lakes. Ithaca is located at the southern end of Cayuga Lake.  Ithaca is a shining example of a “little big city”.

2018, North America, travel, USA

Whale Watch: An Unparalleled Boston Experience

I won’t lie, I went to Boston this past September mainly to see Humpback whales.Sure, I was enjoying my return to Boston’s streets with the warm sun on my back, not the icy winter winds blowing me inside. However, I had a mission and one mission only - see some whales!

Central America, Honduras

Type A Trekker’s Guide to Tegucigalpa

    Tegucigalpa, Honduras, is often described as one the most dangerous cities in Central America, if not the world. However this shouldn’t put you off visiting. I found Tegus (nickname for Tegucigalpa) a very interesting and non-touristy city to explore. There is more to do in this sprawling city than you would initially think.… Continue reading Type A Trekker’s Guide to Tegucigalpa