[hfcm id=”2″]I’ve been lucky enough to visit many corners of the Italian Abruzzo Region over the past 7 years. At 18, I packed my suitcase and flew to Pescara, in Italy, to be an Au-pair (a foreigner who, in exchange for room and board, participates in language and cultural exchanges while helping with child care […]
[hfcm id=”2″]Those classic travel accessories that we bring along with us every time – without actually using them to their full potential! Time to take your bench warmers out and see what they’re made of: 1. Bar of Soap The classic bar of soap, in that flimsy plastic (and probably wet and definitely slimy) box.
[hfcm id=”2″]Some obvious ones, some budget friendly ones and some that we learned the hard way! (looking at you, big coffee spill all over my clothes, car seat and center console) 1. Plan Stops Plan the stops you’d like to make ahead of time – the dreamy version of a road trip is that you
[hfcm id=”2″]Whether it be a road trip through Canada, a drive down to Florida, or a huge loop crossing both, these tips will make your life simpler and cheaper! 1. Cash Have some cash on hand – for a few reasons. During a road trip, some stops are bound to be in small towns that
[hfcm id=”2″]Due to Covid-19 we temporarily stopped talking about travel. Now that the world is gearing up to open borders and resume travelling we thought it may be a good time to start talking about the freedom of movement between cities and across borders.