North America

A weekend in Boston

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Boston is a city of firsts – it’s home to the first public library, the first institution of higher education, the first subway system and the first marathon was run in Boston. It was also in Boston that Alexander Bell invented the first ever telephone. Because of this, the city is steeped in history and has a rich heritage which surpasses that of many other[...]

Cozumel: 3 Tips for the Perfect Cruise Trip, Day Trip & Culture Trip

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For those of you who don’t know, I live and work on a cruise ship. (I know. Comment with your questions. I promise I’ll answer them.) And while I love my job, and the opportunity to constantly see new places, allow me to restate what I’ve said before about cruises, and Caribbean cruises in particular.  Examine your itinerary. Not all ports are created equ[...]

5 best places to visit on a day trip from Mexico City

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Mexico City is one of the country’s most vibrant cities. It has it all. History, check. Museums, check. Culture, check. Hipster coffee shops, check. Amazing tacos, check. World class tequila, check. The capital is home to around 9 million people in the city alone. A constantly underestimated tourist spot, travelers have long preferred to visit Mexi[...]

The Real Victims of Fyre Festival: How Not to Travel

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(This post contains information that may be considered “spoilers” for those wanting to watch the Netflix documentary.) If you watch one thing this week, let it be the eagerly-awaited Netflix documentary Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened (note: I genuinely had this marked on my calendar because fundamentally I’m the kind of person who likes to s[...]

The only 3 things you need to know about Bacalar- Mexico’s secret paradise

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When I first started planning my trip to Mexico here’s what I imagined. Enjoying the white beaches and washing down Modelos in Playa Del Carmen and Cancun. A quick break in a luxurious resort on the Riviera Maya (if I could get a good deal). Checking out some Mayan ruins in Tulum and finishing my trip in the notoriously dangerous Mexico City (just bec[...]

A happy day in Bacalar, Mexico

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Travel destinations are like (potential) lovers: Sometimes you’ve been flirting forever, while others just appear out of nowhere. Some need to grow on you, for others you fall hard right away... love truly is a mysterious thing! During a quite spontaneous and wonderful trip through Quintana Roo and Yucatan, Mexico it happened - I spotted sparkly, turq[...]

The Great Outdoors: Planning a road trip through New England & Nova Scotia

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The plan was easy: watching the leaves turn red during an Indian summer in New England and Nova Scotia, and spending three weeks hiking in what must be two of the most beautiful countries in the world. Coming to some kind of inner peace after a crazy exciting summer back home in Berlin. Waking up in a tent and taking a morning walk to the lake. Driving for h[...]

6 exciting (and free) things to do in New York on a weekend

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There’s no denying that New York is one of the coolest cities in the world, with a ton of things to see and do. But let's face it, just like other cities in the US - like Las Vegas or Washington DC - exploring New York doesn't always come cheap! That’s why it’s not surprising that many tourists choose to stay in New York only for a weekend or for a short [...]

Vegan in Toronto: 10 favorite places

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Admittedly, I have a thing for Toronto anyway, but trust me: if you like great people from all around the world, and more importantly great people making great food, there’s no way for you to not fall hard for this city. Period. This town will pamper your taste buds like nobody's business and you’ll cross paths with favorite dishes, recipes and folks you did[...]

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