Traveler Approved Plant-Based Snacks & Meals To Bring On Flights

What inspired me to write this post was the moment that my Wild Life chocolate pumpkin-spiced peanut butter jar was taken by the TSA on my way home from California. I had bought it at Food Fight! Grocery (a small vegan grocery store, how epic) in Portland, Oregon at the beginning of a spring break … More Traveler Approved Plant-Based Snacks & Meals To Bring On Flights

Forbes Announces Top Travel Trends for 2019

A few days ago Alexandra Talty, Senior Contributor to Forbes.com, posted an article describing her predictions for the top travel trends in 2019.  Based on surveys and research, here (and here) are Talty’s statements: The Caribbean is bouncing back in a big way. Ecotourism is driving business decisions. Boutique travel agencies will continue to boom, offering … More Forbes Announces Top Travel Trends for 2019

Alone & Healing in a Foreign Country: When Tragedy Spurs Growth.

~Written by Kayla~   I came into the week with the thought of writing about being a vegan traveler or traveling minimalistically, which I will eventually write about, but the past week has contained a whirlwind of emotions and experiences that have led me to the need to write about a more sensitive and unique … More Alone & Healing in a Foreign Country: When Tragedy Spurs Growth.

Solo Trip To Colorado – How Much Did It Cost Me?

~Written by Kayla~ 11 days, 12 states, countless beautiful sights.  I spent the first half of June driving from Boston to Colorado, with a destination of Red Rocks Amphitheatre, to see one of my favorite musicians: Tash Sultana [who opened for the lovely John Butler Trio]. Then, I booked it back to New York for … More Solo Trip To Colorado – How Much Did It Cost Me?