Shutterbug, coffee aficionado and social media enthusiast in a constant state of wanderlust.
Still haven't found a place to call home.
I have an 8 hour layover in Panama City, Panama. I've been to Panama before, so I have toured around Casco Viejo before. I'm much more curious about the modern Panama. Is it safe to walk around? Any hotels or restaurants where I could lunch and lounge for... See More
If you are 25 or less get a voie 7 card. It's only about 300 chf and you get free train travel after 7pm and half off every other ticket within Switzerland. There's loooads to see and do. One of the things I recommend is going to Gruyères in Fribourg, visit Maison... See More
Hey Laura, I used to live in Geneva and even if there's not much touristy things to do in the city per se, you can definitely spend four days there and take a couple of day trips. Nyonhas a pretty castle overlooking the Lake Léman and... See More
Antigua in Guatemala is a very good place to spend a couple of months. I wrote a piece explaining why . Granada (Nicaragua)is also a good place. It's beautiful and very safe. In fact, Nicaragua is one of the safest... See More
1. Books & Newspapers/Magazines 2. Puzzle books/ game apps. 3. Music and Podcasts. 4. Sleep. I love reading but I cannot spend 5 hours reading so I try to alternate between activities. I might read for an hour and a half, then listen to music, skim through... See More
Okay so a month from now, I arrive in JFK at around 6pm and leave around 5 am the next day. Considering it'll be nighttime: What is the safest way and cheapest way to get to Grand Central from the airport and back? Uber? regular cabs? some sort of shuttle service?... See More
Listen, as someone who has lived in San Salvador for a long time, I'd say skip the sites in the city. Make day trips from where you are to the beach, volcanoes, small towns nearby. After all, El Salvador is very small so if you rent a car you'll get around quite... See More