The Ultimate Guide to NYC

Some may call it the “concrete jungle” and others “the city that never sleeps” but one thing that is most attractive about the one and only New York City is its endless sights and nonstop energetic beat. For first-time visitors or any well-seasoned traveler, navigating the city’s seemingly never-ending possibilities can understandably feel a bit…

Bloodsucking nightmare in Amsterdam

As a traveler, one thing that is certain is that you will be staying in many different places which also means sleeping in many different beds. This, unfortunately, comes with the risk of getting bit by bedbugs! Before I start, I just want to clarify that bedbug problems are just as likely to occur in…

Not My Cup of Tea – Scam

My first stop on my trip to China in 2015, was Beijing. It was such a surreal moment when I had finally set foot in the airport—my longed dream of visiting China was finally happening! It was about 9 PM China time when I had arrived and getting through the airport was definitely overwhelming. The…

Steps for Planning Your First Trip Aboard

You’ve booked your tickets to travel abroad, so you are already on your way to traveling internationally. However, when it comes to ensuring a successful trip, planning is everything! One of the few major downsides of traveling, prior to experiencing a new destination, is the stressful experience of packing your suitcase before you take off. There is…

The Ultimate Guide to Columbus

Columbus is the capital of Ohio and the state’s largest individual city. It is the 14th-most popular city in the United States and making it one of the fastest growing large cities in the nation. Columbus lies on the Scioto River, where it is joined by the Olentangy. Alongside side the river, the Scioto Mile…

Knowing Your “Why” When It Comes To Traveling

Picture Above is from My Instagram Travel Page: jetsetpassport I think its important before any traveler sets foot on a new place, there are a lot of questions one should ask themselves. Most of the questions should start with “what,” “how” or “when.” When was the last time you asked yourself “why” you travel? Understanding your…