Packing for a Mediterranean cruise

Nothing says 'Bucket List' like a cruise in the Mediterranean! Blue seas, balmy winds, and Instagram-worthy ports of call. There are as many cruises to take as there are ports of call! Large ships are often more affordable and get you to the top destinations. Small ships may cover less ground (sea!) but allow for … Continue reading Packing for a Mediterranean cruise

New York Biking Weekend

Five Boro Bike Tour 2015 This weekend, the first weekend in May, we traveled to New York for the TD Five Boro Bike Tour, a 40 mile ride through the streets and over the bridges of NYC. Dave had done this years ago when the tour first began in the city, but for the rest … Continue reading New York Biking Weekend

On the plane-comfortable travel clothes

  The flight from Atlanta to Johannesburg (Delta) is a staggering 16+ hours, earning it the title of longest nonstop flight. So how to prepare for this ridiculous amount of time stuck in a metal tube with several hundred others? First, load your ereader and/or tablet with books and games. Bring a notebook for doodling … Continue reading On the plane-comfortable travel clothes

African Safari Wardrobe Graphics

Before traveling to Africa, I put together several capsule wardrobe graphics to help with my packing. These were created on a now defunct website, Polyvore. Though the site is no longer available, the graphics continue to help me with packing for safari. Cape Town is one of the most beautiful cities in the world, with the … Continue reading African Safari Wardrobe Graphics