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My Two Days in Albuquerque

Albuquerque! When I told people I was coming to ABQ, many of them scratched their heads. Isn’t that city just for passing through? Well, it is a mainstay on historic Route 66, but there is plenty to discover, and I had no problem filling two days in Albuquerque. Albuquerque in the Summer You guys, what was I thinking? Albuquerque at the end of June was … Continue reading My Two Days in Albuquerque

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Where I’ve Been – Where I’ve Loved

For the first half of this year, I actually didn’t have any big trips planned. That’s a tricky spot to be in as a travel blogger, especially as someone who prefers to write about a place I’ve actually been. Now that I do have a trip coming together for fall, I’m putting together an itinerary that will hopefully be filled with places I’ve never seen … Continue reading Where I’ve Been – Where I’ve Loved

#100

Post #100 certainly sneaked up on me! As such, I didn’t really have a chance to spend time in reflection or come up with snazzy infographics to comemorate the past 99 posts. I shared a look back at The Voyageer back in January when I reached my one-year anniversary. Reaching 1 year was a great moment for me since many blogs taper off after a … Continue reading #100

San Miguel de Allende in One Day

You may have already heard of San Miguel de Allende; it is one of the most picturesque towns I have ever visited. I felt like I was in a movie, walking down tight streets in between colorful houses with overflowing gardens, and peeking into restaurants where locals shared a cup of coffee and gossiped. It seemed like every time I turned a corner, I encountered … Continue reading San Miguel de Allende in One Day

Guanajuato Mine Tour Options

Historically, mining has been one of the biggest economic contributors to Guanajuato, Mexico. The effect that mining has had on the city can be seen from the fine silver shops found near the Callejon del Beso, to the distinctive tunnels that route traffic off of the main roads and create a pedestrian friendly hamlet. The same technology used to bore mine shafts into the earth created the … Continue reading Guanajuato Mine Tour Options

Your First Time Visiting San Diego (Local’s Favorites)

Putting together a post about my hometown has proven to be challenging. Finding a starting point is particularly tricky since I have years of recommendations for my ever-evolving city. Luckily, two of my close friends visited us at the end of last month. It was their first time visiting San Diego, which allowed me to make a itinerary for them and firm up my recommendations for … Continue reading Your First Time Visiting San Diego (Local’s Favorites)

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

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