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

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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

How to visit Tequila Factories in Tequila, Mexico Cheaply by Bus

This post is from a member of the Voyageer Contributor Team. Find out how to have your post featured here! While in Guadalajara, Saturday is a great day to travel to nearby Tequila (yes, that’s the city’s name!), home to Jose Cuervo factories along with dozens of other distilleries. You can take an organized tour from Guadalajara or a more pricey deluxe tour including horseback riding (affiliate links). If you … Continue reading How to visit Tequila Factories in Tequila, Mexico Cheaply by Bus

Beautiful and Affordable Guadalajara, Mexico in one Weekend

This post is from a member of the Voyageer Contributor Team. Find out how to have your post featured here! With three free days, you can see much of Guadalajara—the second biggest city in the Republic—with an enviable cultural and recreational offering, at a great price. Guadalajara is located in the state of Jalisco, Mexico. From San Diego, use the Cross Border Xpress to take … Continue reading Beautiful and Affordable Guadalajara, Mexico in one Weekend

5 Ways to Maximize Sightseeing during Work Travel

I traveled to the Bay Area recently for a Thursday/Friday work conference, and I stayed in a hotel very close to the conference in Burlingame. I was disappointed to be far from the center of San Francisco, but I was determined to not let this stop me from visiting the city in the evenings and on Saturday morning before returning home to San Diego. I … Continue reading 5 Ways to Maximize Sightseeing during Work Travel

Your Airport Survival Guide

Traveling is many things: it is excitement, adventure, for some traveling is work, for others it means being closer to loved ones. Whatever the reason you travel, one thing is certain: You will spend a great deal of time in airports. Unless you are one of the lucky few with access to first-class travel lounges and elite accommodations, most likely you and the hundreds of … Continue reading Your Airport Survival Guide

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. Day Trip 1: Bath About … Continue reading 3 Perfect Day Trips from London

What to Do, See, and Eat in Oklahoma City

This post originally appeared on XOXO, Lib. I’ve included it here with permission. We didn’t give each other gifts this Christmas, promising that we’ll take a road trip soon instead. Well, “soon” turned into a few months later but we finally made good on our promise to one another. When I would tell people that we were using our quick vacation to visit Oklahoma City, most … Continue reading What to Do, See, and Eat in Oklahoma City

#FBF: Dublin, Ireland (2010)

Happy St Paddy’s Day! What kind of travel site would this be if I didn’t mention Ireland on this particular occasion? Since I’ve never been there, but I’m married to someone who has, I decided to put together a little Q&A “Flashback Friday” post. It would be cool to make this a regularly occurring feature, don’t you think? Contact me to participate!  Doug agreed to stroll … Continue reading #FBF: Dublin, Ireland (2010)

Visiting Home—The Philippines

Who would have thought that my family would be able to cram back-to-back events within the span of three weeks? Honestly, I had a feeling that it was coming, but I didn’t expect it to be the busiest three weeks of our lives. Of course, I would get my period the following day. It’s not like we had planned to go to the beach that day … Continue reading Visiting Home—The Philippines