Hostels | Survival and Packing Tips

Hostels are a great budget friendly way to travel. There are so many different types of hostels to choose from nowadays, from your traditional dorm style to luxury hostels. After staying at a few hostels during our travels, I've learned a few things along the way that might be helpful for first time hostel travelers. Survival... Continue Reading →

Money | How to Save for Travel and More

Our journey to world travel started years before we booked our first flight. We were average people that tried to follow the traditional path in life. We worked hard, went to school, and had good paying jobs. But a few years back we noticed a problem in our lives. "Someday," kept alluding us. Each day it... Continue Reading →

Singapore | When is the Best Time to Visit

Singapore is a destination that I would recommend for any food lover. Traveling to the east? Schedule a layover or spend at least 48 hours in Singapore, we did and we loved every minute of it. Singapore is located at the equator, which means it is hot and humid all year round. You can visit... Continue Reading →

Cash | How much should you bring when traveling?

Although many countries are working towards becoming "Cashless", Cash is still King. Most small businesses would rather avoid the additional costs of accepting cards. Especially when visiting hawker stands, food stalls or boutique stores count on cash as the only form of payment. To avoid the hassles of searching for ATMs or missing out on a local... Continue Reading →

The World’s Best Airport | Changi Airport

Changi Airport has been named the world's best airport for the sixth year in a row at the 2018 Skytax World Airport Awards. The award is based on over 13.73 million customer satisfaction surveys by travelers from all around the world. I can completely understand why, as it delivers an unparallel traveling experience. Upon our arrival at Changi... Continue Reading →

Singapore | Hawker Centers

I was first introduced to Singapore by Anthony Bourdain. As any good Foodie, I have watched every single one of his shows and Singapore resonated with me. Why might you ask? Singapore is a melting pot of food, culture and culinary visionaries. This comes as no surprise as Singaporeans consist of Malaysian, Chinese and Indians.... Continue Reading →

5 Tips for Planning an International Trip

Preparing for an international trip can be both exciting and stressful. If you have never traveled aboard it can be overwhelming. When we decided to embark on our own Eat, Pray, Love Journey we learned a lot about ourselves and how to travel. I encourage anyone embarking on an adventure of discovery or even simply taking a... Continue Reading →

Austin Bound!

Written by: Ella B. It has been two years since we took a vacation. It was Memorial Day weekend and we wanted to take advantage of the time away from work. We thought why not take a day excursion and explore a new city and do something we wouldn’t typically do. Austin bound we were!... Continue Reading →

When is Enough, Enough?

Written by: Brad B. Although it may seem crazy that we decided to get up and quit our jobs, the decision did not happen overnight. This has been a discussion Ella and I have been having now for years. We are both hardworking people and it has taken some time for us to get to... Continue Reading →

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