Happy New Year from Prague!

Hello guys, happy 2018! I decided to keep up with my tradition of welcoming the New Year in a new place; although my city of choice this time wasn’t exactly new for me. I had actually spent New Year’s Eve in Prague 20 years ago with my family…how crazy is that!? From that first visit,…

Top Travel Moments of 2017

Hi Paradise Seekers! As 2017 comes to an end, I wanted to reflect on my top travel moments of this year and share them with you. What better place for inspiration than a bar at the Miami International Airport, as I wait for my last trip of the year…the beer is also helping with the…

Five cliché but totally awesome things to do in Miami

In Miami we like to say: “we live where you vacation.”  However, we also like to “vacation where we live.” Whether driving from the suburbs to have a delicious authentic cafecito cubano on Calle Ocho, or walking from beachfront condos to tan in South Beach, locals definitely take advantage of the many typical touristy things…

Tips for enjoying Cartagena, the Walled City

Hi guys! As promised last week, this post will be dedicated to sharing some tips that will come in handy when planning your trip to Cartagena. The best advice I can give you (and it applies to most- if not all- things on this post) is to plan ahead! Stay: Cartagena is a popular tourist destination…

Living my New Year’s resolution

Every year I follow my family’s New Year’s Eve tradition to walk with an empty suitcase around the neighborhood to attract travel for the upcoming year. To end 2015 with a “drop-the-mic” attitude, I decided to actually pack my bag and welcome the new year traveling! I arrived in Cartagena de Indias on December 31, 2015 with…

There’s more to Nassau than the Atlantis

Nassau is so much more than the Atlantis. While the resort has plenty to offer tourists for a day of fun in the Bahamas, exploring the island for its actual city wonders will definitely be worth it. My first time in Nassau was earlier this year and I was looking forward to discover much more than the Atlantis. Here are…

A mid-summer daydream

A year ago, I was passing through la Carrera Séptima, one of the main streets in Bogota, when I looked over to my right and saw a cobblestone wall with cast iron gates surrounding what seemed to be a park or cemetary. It was night time and the first thing that came through my mind was…

Beyond the theme parks…

  Whenever you think of Orlando, FL, a Mickey Mouse picture pops in your head, maybe the Cinderella castle or the “It’s a Small World After All” song…if you’re the adventurous type, you may remember the thrill of roller coasters at the Islands of Adventure, Universal Studios and Disney World theme parks (I’m not one…