Archive For November 17, 2017

Cinque Terre, Italy

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Cinque Terre, Italy

Hiking on seaside cliffs, colorful vistas, culture and cheap local wine by the carafe. Cinque Terre has EVERYTHING we love. It’s really is as indescribable as they say. Cinque Terre or “five towns” is a string of five villages along the Italian Riviera dating back centuries. The cliffside hiking trails connecting the villages together were our main…

Egypt, Is It Safe?

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Egypt, Is It Safe?

I know, every one is wondering, is it safe to travel to Egypt? Should women travel to Egypt? In short, this is likely the only time in modern history that one can visit the pyramids without the crowds, but Egypt has a long way to go before their tourism industry returns to its glory days. We found an…

Krakow, Poland

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Krakow, Poland

Krakow must be one of the world’s most underrated cities. It’s overwhelming impressive. I’m stunned I haven’t previously heard of it’s beauty. Our original plan to travel through Turkey during October (2017) was derailed when US placed a travel ban on Turkish citizens from entering the country. The day before our scheduled departure, Turkey enacted a similar ban…

1 Day in Tangier, Morocco

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1 Day in Tangier, Morocco

When we realized we could get to Morocco from the Southernmost tip of Spain in an hour, we found it impossible to pass up the opportunity. We had yet set foot on the continent of Africa, and knew this would be the easiest way to get there. Our quick day trip left us with a…

Prague, CZ: Worth the hype?

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Prague, CZ: Worth the hype?

Everyone who’s been, has proclaimed Prague as one of their hands-down favorite places. I caught a bit of that vibe too, but left uncertain of my overall feelings about the city.   Our first stop on our 2 month long trip was Prague. Prague is a great jumping off point for other Easter European countries. Our…

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