Is Flixbus Reliable? An Honest Flixbus Review

Is Flixbus reliable? That was my first question when my friend Smoky suggested we use it on our European adventure. Flixbus is significantly cheaper than taking a train or a flight between cities, so I was inclined to give it a try because when deciding how much money to travel…

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Bedbugs, Blisters, and Backpacks: Camino de Santiago Advice for Women

Looking for Camino de Santiago advice for women? You’re in the right place! My pal Reagan did the entire 800 km Camino de Santiago (nearly 500 miles!) trek and lived to tell the tale. Here’s how she did it. Bedbugs, Blisters, and Backpacks: Camino de Santiago Advice for Women We…

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Czech These Out: The Best Walking Tours in Prague

Looking for the best walking tours in Prague? Look no farther! Texans love their koláče*. So much so that I get emails like this from Texas Humor on the regular. They really do know their audience. Growing up, road trips weren’t complete (and still aren’t) without a visit to The…

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An Iguana just Bit Me! (and Other Costa Rican Disasters)

My recent girls’ trip to Costa Rica was a beautiful disaster. It was my first time traveling to a non-European country as an adult and was the perfect storm of just enough under-planning, language barriers, physical weakness, and random accidents. But I still had the time of my life. Here’s…

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4K for Cancer Review: theBikeDyke’s Riley Smith Traversed the USA on Bicycle — Twice!

The 4K for Cancer is as intense as it sounds: 4,000 miles, coast to coast, to raise money for a cure. Riley (from theBikeDyke) and I met our first year at Mount Holyoke College through Project: Theatre, a student-run organization. We were in multiple plays together during our time there,…

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