When it comes to individual cultures, one can always look to the local food to uniquely reflect it. Afterall, as the late, great Anthony Bourdain stated “Walk in someone else’s shoes. Or at least eat their food. It’s a plus for everybody.”
Whether for business or pleasure, flying can be stressful. Making your flight on time, hoping you remembered to pack everything, changing time zones, long layovers, crowded airports and long security lines…Take note of these expert tips and you’ll have a smoother journey.
If you follow this blog, or any of my social channels, then you know I am prone to road trips anywhere and everywhere. I find them to be the best way to connect with a country, to understand its many nuances, landscape and people. Given our current political upheaval in America, I have also found them to be a form of re-connection, and incredibly freeing. So here are some notes from the road trip.
Summer always inspires travel, near and far. So why not take the opportunity to have a spontaneous solo adventure or two? If you have flexibility this summer, and live in a major city hub, then you have to know How To Have Solo Adventure This Summer by House Sitting and Car Relocating options (we have tested them, trust us).
If you are looking for a new little spontaneous adventure here in the USA – beyond the usual solo holiday – you might want to consider options like signing up to relocated a car or RV, or even house sit/pet sit somewhere new across America. This is actually easier than you think, and safe when you are on your own.
Recreational vehicle (RV) rentals and car rentals tend to be quite expensive during summer months while they are in high demand. Yet I have managed to rent a car for free (sometimes with gas money) and a five-person RV in Las Vegas for $1 per day (also with a travel allowance). If you have some time, and a willingness to go one way somewhere on a whim, check it out. (*Keep in mind some relocations don’t allow children under a particular age, or pets, or international licenses, so double check first!)
There are a lot more options out there than one would think. The only catch is that you need to often pay to be part of their system, and it is prone to cancellation (has happened before), so plan accordingly. Some choices:
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