Field Notes

A Walk Through The Wynwood Art District in Miami – PHOTOS

Miami Art Basel 2014 was a fantastic mix of art, culture, people (and people watching) and parties. My favorite part of it all was walking through the Wynwood Art District where you can see street artists from all over the world, from Os Gemeos to...

What Is A ‘Global Nomad’ Anyways?

We hear the term ' Global Nomad'  on every travel blog, website and magazine but what exactly IS it? We gain the definition to this mystery figure from a true global nomad herself — Juliana Mendez.  [caption id="attachment_2922" align="alignleft" width="372"] Photo By: Pajamas and Coffee[/caption] Living the live...

The 5 Best Things About Bermuda

Bermuda is one of those islands that is on the forefront of travelers mind to explore, but challenging to reach. It is a pricey destination because of its location in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. Many mistake the island for the Caribbean because of...

Finding Magic In The Waters Of Costa Rica

Unlike many of its Central American neighbors, Costa Rica has managed to exist and prosper as a base for wellness, adventure pursuits and pura vida - pure life appreciation. Costa Rica may be one of the smaller countries in this historically turbulent region, but its...

In the Search for the Best Beaches in the Philippines

When looking at destinations for a beach vacation, it’s hard to decide between going somewhere untouched, but far or somewhere more commercial, but close. It’s the catch-22 of beach vacations. While I have many more sandy beaches to explore, my experience so far is that...

Shake off the Safari Dust in the Amazing Island of Zanzibar

It’s been an amazing week. Unforgettable. Your memory cards are full of the animals of the Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater or the view from the top of Africa’s highest peak – Mount Kilimanjaro. Tanzania has taken your breath away and you’re contentedly tired. But you’re not...

Take a Visual Tour of Street Art in Bogota

The hills are alive with the sound of …. Street art Located at 2.600 meters (8530 Ft) above sea level, Bogota is notorious for its amazing mountains visible from almost everywhere in the city, wild traffic, and exceptionally courteous people. It’s hard to believe that only 60...

The Best Alternative Trekking Routes in Peru

The idea of hiking the Inca Trail is the first thing that comes to mind for those thinking of going to Peru. Thousands of people walk through the Inca path every year, but this is not the only option available in the country. For those...

Where To Spend A Warm Christmas Holiday in The Caribbean

As the holidays are approaching, many of us are most likely already planning where to spend Christmas and New Years. Whether it be with the entire family, a couples vacation, or heading off to an island with friends because it’s holiday season (and you can!),...