We have a scratch off map at home with all the countries we've been to, and I'm having a serious moral dilemma. Can I scratch off North Korea now that we've been to the DMZ?! When we were in Korea a few weeks ago, we booked a tour to go to the DMZ - the … Continue reading A Casual Day at the DMZ
After our brief visit to Singapore, we moseyed on over to Seoul, South Korea. Going into this trip, I had an idea of what most of the places would be like, but Korea was an unknown for me. If you asked me what I knew about Korea, the most I could give you would be … Continue reading Discovering the Heart and S(e)oul of South Korea
I'm trying to write all these thoughts out before too much time passes so that the details are still clear in my memory. Today is July 29th and we are 11 days into our 5 week trip through Asia and Australia. So I guess all of this word vomit is 11 days old. We left … Continue reading Singapore: Too Perfect?
This post is delayed but this week has been busy, so it is what it is. Plus, I'm sure there is not a single soul on this earth who has been waiting at the edge of their seat, so it's all good! We started our trip off with several days in Rome. It was nice, … Continue reading Things We Did and Ate in Rome (in Pictures)
Spring break this year was spent in Italy. We visited Rome and Naples, the glorious cities of treasures as all the travel blogs say, but in all honesty, the most spectacular place we visited was a ten minute cab ride from the airport. Continue reading to see (pun intended - there will be lots of … Continue reading Where You Should Eat in Fiumicino, Italy
I don't drink. Parties give me mad anxiety. Bedtime for me is around 9:00pm. NOLA sounds like the perfect place for me to visit, right? Scrolling through Google flights one morning, I found flights for $100 roundtrip and I was sold. A few months later and we were off! Usually, I plan trips out. I … Continue reading 48 Hours in New Orleans
I have a LDBF (long distance best friend, for those of you who aren't aware) who lives in Denver, which happens to be one of my favorite cities. One of the reasons that this LDBF relationship works so well is that roundtrip tickets from Chicago to Denver (and vice versa) are often less than $100. … Continue reading 36 Hours in Denver