Over the last five years, I’ve been able to travel through 36 countries and stay at some stunning and unique hotels and hostels. A few have risen to the top and stand out as clear favorites in my mind. I wanted to share these 10 incredible hotels around the world that you should definitely visit […]
If you’re living in Kampala or passing through while working, finding a cafe with good wifi is essential. After living in Kampala for a month I’ve found quite a few cafes for digital nomads or remote workers to recommend. Here are six of the best internet cafes in Kampala, equipped with wifi, yummy snacks, and […]
I’ve spent nearly a month in Kampala (and counting) and quickly realized there is so much to do in this vibrant city! Monuments, museums, and religious sites abound for history lovers. Galleries and theaters offer tons of events and locations to take in local culture. Sports fans will find no shortage of football matches and […]
Heading to Uganda and wondering what to pack? Here’s what I’m bringing on my three month trip to Kampala and Jinja. Hopefully this Uganda Packing List will make it a breeze for you to prepare for you trip. Say what? If you’re surprised to hear this news from me, here’s a little backstory. Recently my boyfriend […]
Morocco was not a place that was on my radar for long before I planned a trip. When a close friend said he needed a vacation, we started exploring flights and found reasonable tickets to Casablanca, and it suddenly became a contender. When a colleague of Dylan’s recommended a tour guide he personally used on […]
16 of my favorite Morocco pictures that I’m sure will give you Wanderlust and have you booking a trip soon too.
My March Morocco trip came about when Dylan, a friend from college, suggested we take a trip with some leftover vacation days he had. As we combed through flights out of Dylan’s local JFK airport we noticed that roundtrip tickets to Casablanca, Morocco were as affordable as most other international flights. We were immediately intrigued. […]
When you lose your phone in the Sahara Desert, you usually assume it’s gone forever. But that’s not always the case. Here’s the official story.