For anyone who loves to travel and travels regularly, Global Entry is a no brainer. I love being able to land at LAX and know that I’ll be able to get through in minutes. Although Los Angeles is typically my main port of entry, I haven’t had any issues going through immigration at any port … More Is Global Entry Worth It?
This was my first trip to Argentina and instead of starting in Buenos Aires like most people would, I decided to start in Cordoba. I flew out of Tijuana airport because it was the fastest way to get to Mexico City. I was flying LAN from Mexico City to Cordoba and although LAN is notoriously … More Trip to Argentina and the Best Priority Pass Lounge
Although I love traveling solo and wouldn’t have it any other way (you can read why here), I do concede that there are cons to solo travel. From my experience, here are the 6 biggest cons to traveling alone. Food I can honestly the thing that brings me the greatest joy from traveling is the … More 6 Cons of Solo Travel
First things first. I’m a male who has traveled all over the world alone. Does that make me weird? I hope not. I’m sure there are a ton of other things I do that would define me as weird before we get to solo travel on the list. Most men are going to feel weird … More Is it weird for a guy to travel alone?
It seems like everywhere you turn, we’re inundated with the message that alcohol is needed to have a good time. If you’re hanging out with friends, enjoy a beer. Having a romantic night out? Have some wine. Celebrating a milestone event? Champagne for everyone! It seems like it’s a necessity to have fun and meet … More How to Solo Travel for Nondrinkers
For many Americans, finding and using a public bathroom in a foreign country could be an ordeal. Squatty potties, bidets, toilet “kiosks” etc. abound. Also, if you don’t know where to look, you may find yourself walking around for (what will feel like) an eternity. Hopefully this will help you out when you’re in a … More Bathrooms Around the World (and where to find them)
This iconic UNESCO site sits about 60 miles off the coast of San Pedro and is stunning to see. However, depending on your desires, you may want to skip it. So, I’m not a diver. Although I enjoy snorkeling, I don’t dive and am not certified to do so. As amazing as the Blue Hole … More The Blue Hole
How to cross from San Diego to Tijuana airport? The introduction of the CBX (Cross Border Xpress) that connects San Diego to the Tijuana airport has made traveling to Mexico and South America much easier since it opened. There is a pedestrian skybridge that you walk across from the San Diego side straight into Tijuana … More Everything you need to know to use the CBX