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5 Tools to Make Traveling a Breeze

Traveling can be stressful because you’re in an unfamiliar place and you never know if something is going to go wrong. Your friends and family aren’t close by to help you out of a situation, either. However, you can...

30 Photos to Inspire a Patagonia Hiking Trip

I’ve been drooling over photos of Torres del Paine and Los Glaciares National Parks in Patagonia for a couple of decades – long before they became hot spots. Both parks are busy now, especially the W Circuit...

The 30 Best Cities in the World

The 30 Best Cities in the World The 30 best cities in the world is no ordinary listicle. I generally hate all those lists going around the Internet these days. The 17 best this and the 25 best that; written by someone...

A Doors Off Helicopter Kauai Tour: Is It Worth it?

I won’t keep you guessing—a doors off helicopter tour of Kauai is 100% worth it and is the best thing we did on the island. In fact, it’s one of our favourite ever travel experiences—it seriously blew our minds...

Europe’s Best Cruise Holidays

Howdy! Here” onclick=”return TrackClick(”,’%2F%2Faminearlythereyet.com’)”s the latest from Stu & Eloise:- If you are planning to go on a cruise holiday this year you may wonder...

What to Pack for Japan in Winter

In short order I am heading off on a trip to Hokkaido – Japan’s most northerly main island. I have been warned by the group that invited me to be prepared for chilly temperatures. They obviously don’t...

The Most Asked Travel Questions After Brexit

Howdy! Here” onclick=”return TrackClick(”,’%2F%2Faminearlythereyet.com’)”s the latest from Stu & Eloise:- With Brexit looming and the deal still up in the air, there is a lot of...

Top Things to do in Fernie, BC in Winter

Fernie, BC is a true mountain town with a laid-back vibe and great community spirit. Most of the 5,000 plus residents live here because they want to. They like what the town has to offer, not just in winter but on a...

Mexico City: The Caravan: A Homey Dish

Mexico City – Atol de elote. December 2018. Last night, one of my Salvadoran housemates introduced me to atol de elote. “Linda” was rather nonplussed by the rave reactions from me and a Mexican...

My Top Four Warm Weather Destinations

Visit These Winter Vacation Destinations and Get Financial Rewards, Too As you probably know, New York City is one of my favorite places in the world and I’m lucky enough to call it home. Come this time of year...

Mexico City: The Caravan: The “Invaders”

Mexico City. A little girl’s birthday cake. November 2018. This is the birthday cake for one of the potential “invaders” of the United States. A little girl who just turned eight. Before the cutting of...

Mexico City: The Caravan: Family Values

Mexico City. Flowers on stone wall. November 2018. I said goodbye to “Sara” and “Esteban,” the young parents of charming princeling, little “Edgar,” and soon-to-be parents of the...

Goodbye, Dear Old

Hwy 380 outside Carrizozo, New Mexico – Valley of Fire vista. October 2012. Last week, it came time to say goodbye to a stalwart friend.  Being rootless and, therefore, a minimalist by necessity, I...

Rootless: A New Vehicular Mate, Part 1

Having said goodbye to my 1995 Camry, yesterday I brought home my new vehicular mate. This marriage didn’t happen under ideal circumstances.  One: I was on the road, on the first leg of an extended travel...

Yes, You Can Visit the Grand Canyon in Winter

Winter is sometimes called the “secret season” at the Grand Canyon. It’s the season when the skies are the clearest, the temperatures are the coolest, and the tourist numbers are at the lowest –...

Rootless: A New Vehicular Mate, Part 2

Relevant posts: Goodbye, Dear Old Rootless: A New Vehicular Mate, Part 1 After the long prequel in Part 1, I’ll get to the point in this here Part 2: I bought a 2012 Prius v.  About the ‘v’ The...

El Paso: Volunteer Laundress

El Paso laundromat. February 2019. While in my month’s layover in El Paso, I offered my volunteer services to an El Paso organization that serves immigrants and refugees. A volunteer coordinator asked if I’d...

Rootless: A New Vehicular Mate, Part 3

My new vehicular mate. Highway 9, New Mexico. January 2019. Relevant posts: Goodbye, Dear Old Rootless: A New Vehicular Mate, Part 1 Rootless: A New Vehicular Mate, Part 2 By now, I’ve driven my new car for a...

The Must Do Hike in Los Glaciares National Park

Los Glaciares National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1981, is located in the Austral Andes of Argentina. The gateway town is El Chalten, about a three hour scenic bus ride from El Calafate – where there...

Stuff: Lingerie Vegetaria

Peaches, pears, and jicama in lingerie. February 2019. I bought a trio of reusable mesh bags for bagging produce at the grocery store. Peaches, pears, and jicama in lingerie. February 2019. Placed my peaches, pears, and...

El Paso to Columbus NM: Highway 9: Red Sparklies

El Paso to Columbus NM-Highway 9 red sparklies. January 2019. My friend, Kate, visited me in El Paso for several days. On her last morning, we took our respective vehicles from El Paso to Columbus, New Mexico, via...

El Paso: A Cemetery … Prairie Dog?

El Paso, Concordia Cemetery. January 2019. My friend, Kate, on a Grand Tour of the Southwest, stopped to visit me in El Paso. After lunch at historic L&J Cafe, we walked through adjacent Concordia Cemetery. It...

A Winter CSF Leak Update

I’ve received many very similar emails and DMs during the last few days. “Jodi…?” the messages start out. “I don’t want to bother you but it has been a long time since you posted, and I’m really starting to worry...

Hiking in Alberta: 16 of the Must-Do Day Hikes

Hiking in Alberta is incredible. We’re spoiled here with an abundance of outstanding day hikes to choose from. These 16 hikes described below give you but a taste of what is out there. With three national parks...

January 2019 Travel and Blogging Recap

People often say that how you start a year is an indication of how that year will go. Well, I began 2019 eating cactus fries in Sedona, Arizona, and then watching the sun set over a snowy Grand Canyon. So, I mean...

To Louisiana Again: The Playlist

Louisiana Highway 3083. November 2013. Finished with the Missouri year, and following my month in Mexico City, I’m on my way to next year’s home by way of a several-weeks stop in South Louisiana. Dropping...

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