A Day Trip to Kent Island, Maryland

Just across the Chesapeake Bay Bridge, into Maryland’s Eastern Shore, sits an often overlooked destination – Kent Island. Kent Island, as I discovered on a recent trip there, is a relaxing getaway brimming with several nature areas and walking paths, waterfront restaurants serving up fresh local seafood, and a laid back culture that can only be found by the water. Here’s how my family and I spent our day on the island. Continue reading “A Day Trip to Kent Island, Maryland”


3 Perfect Day Trips from London

While London’s metropolis provides no shortage of things to see or do, there are a lot of great places outside of the city as well. From university cities to spa towns to the countryside – England outside of London has a lot to offer. Here are three perfect day trips to make the most of your time outside the city.
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Locals’ Favorite San Diego Neighborhoods

San Diego is a city made up of a patchwork of neighborhoods. Many visitors stick to out the downtown Gaslamp quarter and to the beaches, but in doing that they miss some true gems. If you head to any of my favorite neighborhoods, you will be sure to find a ton of locals who can steer you towards great food, drink, and shopping. Continue reading “Locals’ Favorite San Diego Neighborhoods”

A Paddle Board Adventure on Kent Island, Maryland

As a lover of all things water, it was far overdue that I try paddle boarding – but the truth is, the idea of it made me a bit nervous. Was it something that was actually harder than it looked? Would I make a fool of myself?

Wanting to overcome this, I reached out to the fine folks at Dragonfly Paddle and Fitness based on Kent Island, Maryland for a beginner’s lesson, and they obliged – here’s how it went. Continue reading “A Paddle Board Adventure on Kent Island, Maryland”

A Guide to 4 Days in Iceland

One of the most frequent destinations I get asked about from my travels is Iceland. Cheap fares from Icelandair and WOW Air in recent years have made the country easily accessible to the masses, and many brave the cold to see the Northern Lights as well as Iceland’s other natural beauties.

After spending four days in Iceland in January 2016 with my good friend Lauren, I’ve finally put pen to paper (or fingers to keys) to create a guide of what we did and saw in Iceland. Continue reading “A Guide to 4 Days in Iceland”