As travelers, we all know the wide array of frustrations we experience when it comes to flying. Not only is this aspect of travel stressful and oftentimes irritating, but it also tends to be expensive. But, there is a way to cut costs when selecting airfare. Welcome to By Land and Sea! Disclaimer: Posts on […]
Travel opens up your eyes to a variety of different experiences. It offers the opportunity to learn about various cultures and their history. Wouldn’t it be great to have the option to expand this experience even more during a trip?
Looking to beat the California desert heat? The Palm Springs Aerial Tramway is the best way to do so! How can you beat that? Being from the Rocky Mountain region, I wasn’t sure what to expect of this area of the California desert. Needless to say we were not at all disappointed by our experience […]
Planning a Mediterranean cruise is exciting. In fact, going on a Mediterranean cruise is regularly described as a “once in a lifetime” travel experience. Even if you’ve cruised before, this region offers so many different experiences from its popular Caribbean counterparts. The port cities and activities are different, the cultures are different, the food is […]
This quarter’s travel roundup comes pretty fresh off my one month blogging break! Every year, I’ve been taking the month of May off from my blog in celebration of my birthday. Prior to taking my break, I put some feelers out about these posts. After getting some feedback, I am carrying on with these posts […]
See what I did there? I’m hoping you caught on to that awesome use of my blog’s name. If you did, then you know exactly what this post is going to be talking about! All joking and acronyms aside, this post is talking about group tours in Southeast Asia!
I have set a personal goal to travel to 40 countries before my 40th birthday. As I’m sure you remember, I just took the month of May off from blogging to celebrate my…. 37th birthday! Therefore, I feel sharing this post now is relevant and timely. This means I now have three years left to […]
For the third year in a row, I am giving myself the gift of time by taking the month of May off from my blog. That’s right, another birthday gift to myself involving a few less things on my plate for a little bit. And, because my birthday is at the beginning of the month, […]
Our first visit to the United States’ Pacific Northwest region was ushered in by a trip to Portland, Oregon. This city is surrounded by hype and it certainly lives up to the expectations. Salt water rivers, waterfalls, and volcanoes surround the beautiful area. The downtown area is the perfect mix of high rise buildings and tree-lined […]
In all honesty, I wasn’t planning on writing a travel roundup for the first quarter of 2019. After looking at my analytics and engagement on these past roundup posts, it is pretty clear that these are some of my least popular. However after getting both an unexpected travel surprise this quarter, having a question I’d […]