Behind the Curtain of a Secret New York City Supper Club

What’s it like to attend a super exclusive New York City Supper Club? If last night’s event is an indicator, it’s all about delicious food, interesting people and creative interaction. When I received a day-of invitation from a friend to attend one of NYC’s most talked about secret clubs, even though I was in a … More Behind the Curtain of a Secret New York City Supper Club

Stari Grad, Croatia – What to Know Before You Go

A month ago what I knew about the island of Hvar could fit into a rakija shot glass. Hoards of revelers ferry here in July and August to party, dance, see and, mostly, be in scene. Celebrities from Beyonce to Ellen and Portia have been spotted here. The largest city, Hvar Town, is Croatia’s epicenter … More Stari Grad, Croatia – What to Know Before You Go

What Are the Top Have-To’s and Must-See’s in Havana, Cuba? Here’s Our List.

Travel is a privilege we aim never to take for granted. Matt and I are grateful for the opportunity to visit #Cuba recently. As I write in this article, it’s been five months and we’re still processing the sights, sounds, and conversations. I’m also grateful for the opportunity to share travel experiences through writing. Everywhere … More What Are the Top Have-To’s and Must-See’s in Havana, Cuba? Here’s Our List.

Interested in Housesitting Around the World? Listen to Our First Podcast about Three Months in Spain.

Being a freelance travel writer is a crazy career. I like to say… It’s not all champagne and sunsets (just mostly). Pay is low, deadlines are right, and self-doubt is constant. But, of course, perks are also abundant. For me, one of most positive aspects is the element of surprise. You truly never know what … More Interested in Housesitting Around the World? Listen to Our First Podcast about Three Months in Spain.

When Does A Traveler Become Local? Five Things We Love About Immersive Travel.

Vattaro – Trentino, Italy We recently returned to this tiny alpine village in northern Italy after being away for nine months. During that time, we’ve traveled nonstop through many countries – Bulgaria, England, Spain, Cuba, and the U.S. – in a whirlwind of movement, languages, and cultures. Nearly 25,000 miles of journeying separate us from … More When Does A Traveler Become Local? Five Things We Love About Immersive Travel.