My girlfriend and I visited New York recently, on a last minute trip over Labor Day weekend. Luckily, I was able to find award availability on American Airlines, and we used Marriott points to book two nights at the Courtyard New York – Manhattan/Midtown East. Here is a list of our favorite bars and restaurants that we visited.
Some of my travel gets me to places that can be a bit taxing on everyday clothes. I tend to wear clothing that can take a beating on these trips. In the past, this consisted almost of “throwaway clothes” … until I discovered Clothing Arts.
Kenya epitomizes Africa. From its densely populated urban centers like Nairobi, to its vast savannas and mountain views populated more by wild animals than people, Kenya should be near the top of your travel agenda. Here is my review of my trip to Nairobi and the Maasai Mara region of Western Kenya in June 2018.
With a population of under 5 million, almost 2 million of those living in Auckland, you are 7 times more likely to come in contact with a sheep than a human in New Zealand. Couple this with the towering Southern Alps, pristine lakes, and ancient glaciers, and you can begin to understand why New Zealand remains at the top of many a traveler’s bucket list. Read on to learn about my April 2018 trip to Auckland and Queenstown, New Zealand!
Sydney is an amazing city, there’s no way around it. However, to really experience Australia (on a somewhat limited time frame), there are many activities outside of Sydney proper, yet close enough for a great day trip. One of those excursions that I discovered is a 13-kilometer hike along the coast of Eastern Australia, from Bundeena to Marley Beach.