Escape to Las Vegas in the Winter

When people think of Vegas, they think of gambling, clubbing, and lounging by the pool. What if I told you there was plenty to do in Sin City when the pool is closed and without losing all of your money? I highly recommend visiting Las Vegas in the Winter as a fun way to inject some color into the grayest of seasons. December 2015 It’s … Continue reading Escape to Las Vegas in the Winter

RoboLights: Offbeat Christmas in Palm Springs

This post is from a member of the Voyageer Contributor Team. Find out how to have your post featured here! I tapped on the flashlight app on my phone, illuminating the narrow patch of concrete sidewalk in front of a row of meticulous mid century modern houses. Palm Springs, California is known as a playground for the well to do, but its lack of street lighting and … Continue reading RoboLights: Offbeat Christmas in Palm Springs

5 Surprising Things About New Year’s Eve in Mexico City

Last year, around this time, I was walking off of a plane and checking back into reality after 4 days in Mexico. Along with my husband and two of our friends, I celebrated the end of 2016 in a new country, culminating with spending New Year’s Eve in Mexico City. I’ve already covered some of the best parts of this trip like climbing the world’s … Continue reading 5 Surprising Things About New Year’s Eve in Mexico City

A Look Back at The Voyageer in 2017

Happy New Year! 2017 has had a lot of ups and downs for almost everyone I know. One of the highlights for me this year was launching The Voyageer and finally having an outlet for my travel writing. Some of you know that I have blogged about “home and lifestyle” topics (whatever I felt like; unfocused) for many years. This new site was founded with the … Continue reading A Look Back at The Voyageer in 2017

Where to Stay, Eat, and Drink in Guanajuato

Welcome to my third and final Guanajuato post. I already shared about my recent visit and outlined things you should see when you go. Read on to discover where to stay, eat, and drink in beautiful, historic Guanajuato, Mexico! Where to Stay Airbnb is a great option; and there are tons of them in the city. Many people are still wary of using Airbnb internationally, especially as (unusual) crazy … Continue reading Where to Stay, Eat, and Drink in Guanajuato

Food Photography: 5 tips to take good food pictures

This post about food photography is from a member of the Voyageer Contributor Team. Find out how to have your post featured here! Well, I am sure that at least once you have typed #foodporn on Instagram looking for a place to eat in your city. For this, we have the food influencers/bloggers. We all love food bloggers and honestly, I don’t think we give them enough … Continue reading Food Photography: 5 tips to take good food pictures

5 Excellent Ways to Gift Experiences

I’ve heard more and more about wanting to give “experiences” instead of things. I’m totally on board with this. Who among us needs more stuff in our lives? Especially among those who love to travel, seeing the world has a higher value than more physical items. I know of grandparents who love to give experiences such as zoo passes or baseball tickets to their grandchildren … Continue reading 5 Excellent Ways to Gift Experiences

Guanajuato from El Pipila

Your First Time Visiting Guanajuato, Mexico

Guanajuato (pronounced Gwan-a-wat-o) recently got named as one of Lonely Planet’s destinations of 2018, and I had no idea I was so ahead of the curve. I recently visited the city and was totally enamored with the colonial architecture and friendly locals. More GTO: Read My recent visit to Guanajuato and Where to stay, eat and drink in Guanajuato. Guanajuato was founded in the 16th century … Continue reading Your First Time Visiting Guanajuato, Mexico