Cruises are a fun and convenient way to book a quick getaway or group trip. There are tons of options, from a long luxury cruise, to a cheap weekend getaway. Food is generally included, and there are tons of options for entertainment, so there will never be a dull moment! I’m gearing up to go on a Carnival Cruise to celebrate my friend’s birthday soon, and the process for booking and boarding a cruise is a lot different from booking a flight and hotel; here are a few things to keep in mind when booking your cruise.
I love Airbnb. It has something for everyone’s travel style and budget. You can book a luxury villa for a group of friends, a studio apartment for you and your significant other, or a room in someone’s house. You’re essentially renting from another person instead of a business or hotel chain, so there are a lot of other factors you have to consider that may keep people who are on the fence from taking the plunge. Airbnb has policies in place to protect both hosts and guests, but here are a few things you may not know that can make your search (and your stay) a little easier.
There’s nothing like getting away to a tropical beach destination. I know I can never get enough to waking up to warm sun, white sandy beaches and clear water. Unfortunately, most of these places require a passport, which can be a bummer if you or someone in your group doesn’t have one or has let theirs expire. But don’t fret! Here are 5 beautiful beach destinations that you can visit that don’t require a passport.
Planning the details of an upcoming trip can be overwhelming and sometimes tedious. But don’t worry! Here are some travel apps that make planning a trip, both before departure and during your adventure, much easier.
I know, I know. Spirit airlines has THE worst reputation of any airline I can think of. There are plenty of HILARIOUS reviews online, like this one and this one. But when I found myself needing to fly down to Dallas for a weekend wedding, I could not bring myself to pass up the $116 round trip fare on Spirit, when the other more reputable airlines were charging $250+. Here’s what I’m doing to try to navigate all the foolishness that comes with booking a flight on Spirit Airlines.
I know, I know. Travel Insurance seems like an unnecessary expense when you’re still high from the excitement of that awesome travel deal you just booked. However, there are lots of unknowns that could happen before and during your trip that could add on to your total travel costs, big time. Here are some things you should consider before you skip travel insurance.
Pig feet seem to have a bad reputation here in the states. Normally when we think of pork, we’re thinking ribs, pork chops, or bacon. However, pig foot souse is a very popular dish across the caribbean. My first experience with pig foot souse was in Turks and Caicos, when I was invited to a friend’s mother’s house for breakfast. At first glance, it doesn’t look super appetizing, but it smells and tastes delicious! I’ve been on the hunt for it when I go to the caribbean ever since, but apparently this dish is only served in the mornings for breakfast. I can’t get up that early on vacation!
Who gets a full blown cold in the winter?? Me, that’s who. And not just the slight sniffles, with the occasional sneeze. I mean laying on the couch with a box of tissues and a blanket, red, stuffy nose cold. Every blow of my nose makes me think more and more of all the places I’d rather be than on my couch with this box of tissues, watching Netflix. Check out my top 5 places I’d rather be.