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Americans : How To Vote While Out Of The Country

By Megan Stetzel | September 30, 2018

Steph and I have talked about writing this post since Trump got into office and this Kavanaugh circus is making me extra terrified for November and it has finally motivated me to put this together. Why? Let me explain. I am currently in the United States, and have been for the past 5 months. The […]

Road-Trip Second Stop: Kennebunkport, Maine

By Megan Stetzel | August 21, 2018

On to the next day! Day 2 of our roadtrip took us up to the quiet area of Kennebunk and Kennebunkport, Maine! This day wound up being joyously random and we went where we felt we wanted to go without a plan in the world! We spent the morning scoping out Boston and getting a […]

How To Spend One Day in Boston

By Megan Stetzel | August 14, 2018

I’ve visited Boston a handful of times in my life. It’s a city that always excites me and always draws me in and has me wondering, “Could I call this place home?” So when I had the opportunity to show off the city to my friend from London as our first stop on our great […]

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The Ultimate Guide of Things To Do In Buffalo, NY

By Megan Stetzel | December 21, 2017

I don’t really talk about where I grew up and called home for 20-something years, and as it becomes more and more popular to people other than me and my immediate friends and family, I’m realizing that needs to end. When, Expedia.com asked me to put together a guide to a city I know and […]

A Beginner’s Guide to Traditional Amish Food

By Guest Poster | November 29, 2017

There’s nothing quite like a home-cooked meal, and the Amish take it even one step further. Thanks to the fresh ingredients used and countless hours spent on just preparing for the meal, a traditional Amish meal is one you’ll never forget.  Whether you’re interested in preparing a traditional Amish meal yourself or would like to […]

How Much Does it Cost to Travel? A Weekend in Seattle

By Steph | October 27, 2017

Welcome to our ongoing series that asks: How Much Does it Cost to Travel? The goal of this series is to provide you with real budgets people have used for trips they have actually taken. This could be anything from a long weekend in Miami to 6 months backpacking around South East Asia. It’s our hope […]

How Much Does it Cost to Travel? 7 Week RV Trip in the American West

By Steph | October 13, 2017

Welcome to our ongoing series: How Much Does it Cost to Travel? The goal of this series is to provide you with real budgets people have used for trips they have actually taken. This could be anything from a long weekend in Miami to 6 months backpacking around South East Asia. It’s our hope that by […]

A Foodie’s Dream Trip to Maine

By Guest Poster | October 2, 2017

The beauty of Maine alone makes it a year-round tourist destination. Picturesque coastal towns, rolling mountains, lush forests… it all adds up to the perfect getaway. This is especially true if you’re a foodie on top of the fact that you’re a traveler: The Pine Tree State is known for its fresh, tasty cuisine almost […]

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Guide to Milwaukee Hotels and Beyond

By Megan Stetzel | May 18, 2017

I recently traveled to Milwaukee for the Women in Travel Summit. (If you’re a badass lady traveler or love supporting fearless females, you should consider attending next year’s WITS in Quebec!) This wasn’t my first time in Milwaukee, and I’m sure it won’t be my last. To help you plan your next trip to Milwaukee […]

Why Travel Makes Us Better Citizens

By Steph | January 30, 2017

I mentioned on Facebook earlier that I’m having trouble concentrating on my writing lately. With all of the very serious things going on in the United States right now, it can make my usual posts about where to go and what to eat seem trivial. How can I write about where to eat in Vietnam when […]

Be the Change: The Seattle Womxn’s March 2017

By Steph | January 26, 2017

As I stated on my post last week about traveling while Trump is president: I know this is a blog about travel, not politics, but it’s impossible to divide the two subjects, travel is political and politics effects travel in unmeasurable ways. If that’s not for you- ok, there’s plenty of other stuff you can […]

Booze and Boos in Tacoma – Tales from a Seattle Ghost Tour

By Steph | January 9, 2017

I haven’t exactly been doing much high-flying international travel lately. In fact, back when Marcella was just a tiny thing, there were times where I’ve barely left the house for days. I’m a firm believer however that travel is more than just an action you take, it’s an outlook on life. With a little curiosity […]