For the past four years, my travel bestie and I took a trip to New York City for the holidays. This isn’t a long trip, just a few days to get into the holiday spirit. Since we visit NYC often we skip the traditional tourist sights and focus instead on our favorite holiday locations. We… Continue reading Guide to NYC at Christmas
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
Here you will find my 18-day itinerary for New Zealand, along with things I would have changed (because I definitely made some mistakes), plus my type a tips for exploring this beautiful country.
Check out my guide to Nairobi, Kenya! You find some of my favorite activities and some of the best places to see some classic African wildlife.
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”.
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