Florence: Off the beaten path and most authentic Italian dinner in Florence?
Acqua Al 2 is my favourite in Florence. See More
Sicily: What to do / where to stay in Sicily
After spending a week on Salina in the Aeolian Island, I will spend ten days on Mainland Sicily and would like some advice on what o see and where to stay. I will be traveling alone and would like to see a bit of everything - wineries, Etna, ruins etc. See More
Zanzibar: Where is the best area of Zanzibar to stay?
If you are after the beach - I booked 3 nights at the Melia Zanzibar Hotel and it was amazing! I went off-season (early June) and got an unbelievable rate for an all-inclusive stay. I would also recommend Emerson Spice hotel in... See More
Reykjavik: What can I do in the winter?
Any hotel in Reykjavik can make arrangements for any of the many tours that run each day. The whole country seems super organized this way. While I was there I booked tours over three different days - each time with pick up and... See More
Paris: A cool and not very expensive hotel for 1 night
Mama Shelter in the 20th is fantastic! Its a small-ish design hotel in the 20th right near Père Lachaise Cemetery and close to the metro. The rooms are clean and nice and the hotel has a hip modern... See More
Kenya: Safari in early June, late may
I did a Tanzanian safari in late May of 2013 and was very happy with my experience. I did a 4 night tour with Zara Tours zaratours.com and it was the perfect amount of time. Great food, excellent guide and clean, comfy three star hotels. Pricing was all inclusive... See More
Mauritius: Waterfront hotels on Mauritius?
Tamarina Hotel in Tamarin is lovely! It's a small hotel with a great beach, amazing food and nice rooms. My week long stay was all inclusive and included my choice of free golf or spa (1 treatment per day). I chose spa. :) The... See More
Paris: Whats the best place to get drunk for a traveller with low budget???
The Rue de Lappe in the 11th is an entire street of bars. It's a two minute walk from the Bastille Metro (just head up Rue de la Roquette ). There is every kind of bar you might want on this street... See More
Machu Picchu: Road to Macchu Picchu
The best way is to arrive by way of the Inca Trail ! It's a challenging...but extremely rewarding...4 day hike that will have you hiking over some seriously beautiful mountain passes in the steps of the ancient Incas. Many tour companies... See More
Peru: SAFE transportation for a solo female traveller in between cities Peru?
Hi there. I just traveled alone through Peru in December and found it to be quite safe. Though I would recommend flying between Lima and Cusco. I used Star Peru- which can be booked via cheapoair.com. It was far more affordable than some of the other carriers. That said... See More