Embracing the Spirit of Experiential Travel

Embracing the Spirit of Experiential Travel

Travel used to be a fairly straightforward concept. To most people, the word conjures up images of airports, cars, hotel rooms, tour buses, amusement parks, beaches, and foreign countries. The basic definition of travel as a journey from one place to another still...
Low-Key Kiev

Low-Key Kiev

In my last post, I discussed my recent trip to Moscow. A few weeks later, I had the opportunity to visit Kiev, the capital of Ukraine, as well. I will spell it “Kiev” for the sake of this blog, but as an interesting contextual point, there is political and cultural...
Lost in Translation: An Israeli-American in Moscow

Lost in Translation: An Israeli-American in Moscow

Born in Israel, and having lived in Brussels, New York City, and St. Thomas,, I consider myself to be multicultural. I came to the United States in 2002 and currently live and run my business on the island of St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands. I have felt a strong...
Top 5 Free Travel Apps

Top 5 Free Travel Apps

It would not be a gross exaggeration to say that technology runs nearly every aspect of our lives. It’s how we get from place to place, how we communicate with others, how we manage our finances, how we are entertained, how we track our fitness goals, how we listen to...
Kid-Friendly Activities in New Orleans

Kid-Friendly Activities in New Orleans

You may not associate the Big Easy with being a kid-friendly travel destination- it’s the city of Mardi Gras, round-the-clock partying, creole/cajun food, and jazz music, which all give the city its distinctive flair but do not exactly scream children’s activities in...