• Cooking with Sapori e Saperi in Italy
    europe,  reviews,  travel

    Review: Cooking Lesson in Italy

    Disclaimer: All opinions expressed are my own. This was self-sponsored and not sponsored by anyone.  Maybe it’s just me, but I noticed how oversaturated the cooking lesson business in Italy is. Too many to choose from! And the cuisine varies from region to region. Sapori e Saperi, in my opinion, was worth every nickel and dime. (Lesson was done in May 2017.) Our chef’s name was Gabriella. She is Italian and has lived all her life in Italy. Location: Near Viareggio in the Tuscany region Duration: About 6 hours Start time: 9 AM We first met up at the pier. Spent approximately 20 minutes there. Gabrielle brought some freshly caught seafood…

  • europe,  reviews,  travel

    Review: Meet Hostel

    Disclaimer: All opinions expressed are my own. This was not sponsored by Meet Hostel or anyone. I paid for 100% of my stay. I have to admit that after last year, I started to dislike hostels. It was a hit-or-miss experience. Some hostels made it easy to socialize with fellow guests. There were some in dire need of renovation. Some had high reviews but left me disappointed. And the list goes on. But Meet Hostel, located in Northern Italy, along with another Italian hostel gave me renewed hope. I had such a pleasant time here that I returned back for an additional day on my way from Bolzano. Mind you, this N-E-V-E-R happens.  …

  • Gazing into the Tyrrhenian Sea
    europe,  travel

    18 Things I Found Interesting About Italy

    If you’ve been to Italy, you cannot say it isn’t beautiful, but it is an interesting place. It has been high on my list for a while and I’m pleased I was able to visit. But I have to admit that I knew very little about the culture, history, or food prior to booking my flight. But you can bet that I did a lot of reading before embarking on this trip. Disclaimer: Many of these statements are general observations based on the places I visited as a first-time visitor (which are: Rome, Palermo, Catania, Peschiara del Garda, Malcesine, Venice, Viareggio, Lucca, Pisa, Florence, Cinque Terre villages, La Spezia, Porto…

  • Chilling by the beach in Caye Caulker
    north america,  travel

    Why You Should Visit Belize

    Belize is a great place for culture, foodies, history buffs, divers, fishing, and beach lovers. If any of those interest you, you should visit Belize (if you haven’t)! And don’t forget that the weather is great almost all year round. My time was limited, so below is a four day overview of my trip during the month of January.   TRIP HIGHLIGHTS San Ignacio 1) Horseback Riding Tour to Xunantunich Rode on the horse through the farm and jungle for an hour at a slow pace. Our guide pointed out fruits, birds, and medicinal plants along the way. The weather was perfect and I felt so tranquil! I don’t know about…

  • Save money on airfare
    travel,  travel tips

    10 Ways To Save Money On Airfare

    Disclaimer: If you have too many restrictions, these tips will more than likely not work for you. Want to travel but cannot get yourself to spend $1000 for an economy roundtrip ticket abroad? Don’t worry! I can assure you that you do not have to spend that much to most destinations if you follow these tips below. Without going into great detail, here are 10 great tips you should consider.   Be flexible with your travel dates. Most times the cheaper fares tend to be at a time or day when you won’t want to depart or arrive. Traveling mid-week (Tuesday or Wednesday) is usually cheaper than arriving on Monday or departing…

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