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Gluten Free Quebec City: A Complete Guide

on November 16, 2019

This was my fourth visit to Quebec City, a place that has long had a special spot in my heart. How can I describe Quebec City to you? At the top of a steep hill, you find yourself in a pocket of fairytale French architecture, surrounded by cobbled streets and castles. But are there gluten free Quebec City options, or is this a fairytale you’ll go hungry in? Continue reading

11 Cheddar Gorge Walks You Need to Try on Your Next Visit

on October 22, 2019

Dan and I recently took a road trip through Somerset, where we stationed ourselves in Cheddar Gorge for a few days, and tried all the Cheddar Gorge walks we could. I’d just spent the last two months hunched over in the library studying for my board exams, so I gave Dan full travel planning powers. My only requirement was somewhere I could get fresh air. Continue reading

7 Things To Do in Frome, UK That You’ll Love

on October 18, 2019
Looking for things to do in Frome? Frome is England's new favorite village - filled with indie shops and cobbled streets. But is it more than a pretty face? #fromesomerset #fromeuk #fromeengland #somerset #thingstodoinfrome #whattodoinfrome #discoverfrome

Driving through the patchwork farmland that characterizes the English county of Somerset is more than picturesque – it’s the definition of classic English countryside. Then, you arrive in the cobbled, winding streets of Frome and ‘picturesque’ reaches a new level. During my recent Somerset road trip with Dan, I knew I wanted to visit this quaint little market town… but besides being cute, are there actually things to do in Frome? Continue reading

How to Send a Postcard Online with MyPostcard

on September 27, 2019
Ever dreamed of sending a personalized postcard from your travels? With this company, you can send a postcard online with the click of a button. #mypostcard #onlinepostcard #sendapostcardonline #travel #snailmail

I rarely buy travel souvenirs, but when I do it’s always after spending an inordinate amount of time perusing the local postcards (with lofty goals of someday putting these in a scrapbook). Of course, I get lazy and never sort out the postage and addresses, which is why I have a pile of unused postcards growing on my desk! So I was pleased when I recently came across a company that lets you design your own postcards and mail them anywhere in the world. With MyPostcard, it is super easy to send a postcard online or through their app. They organize everything – all you have to do is put in your photo and type up your message. Continue reading

Gluten Free Vancouver Canada Guide

on August 24, 2019

If you’re gluten free, you need to get to Vancouver, Canada stat. The gluten free Vancouver scene is on fire. (And to convince your non-gluten free travel companions, just give them promises of gorgeous sunsets overlooking the city skyline, iconic suspension bridges, perfectly roasted coffee, and mountains within 30 minutes of the city center…. ahhh, take me back to Vancouver!). Continue reading

Everest Base Camp Training: Tips and FREE 8-Week Training Plan

on July 20, 2019

If you want to have an enjoyable Everest Base Camp experience, then training is essential! Few people can rock up in the Himalayas and trek Everest Base Camp without difficulty. But coming up with a training plan for this unique experience can be overwhelming: How long should you train for? What exercises should you include? At what frequency? Trust me, I’ve been there! Continue reading