Category Archives: North America

North America specific.

Your Ultimate Guide to Camping on Vancouver Island

camping on vancouver island

Ready to go camping on Vancouver Island? You picked an excellent choice for your upcoming outdoor trip! I rave about Canada on this blog all the time. Personally, I think Canada is one of the best destinations for solo female travelers. And Canada’s natural beauty? Is second to none. Photo fail to do it justice. Oh, as […]

A Beginners Guide to 72 Hours in Montreal

72 hours in montreal

Three days in Montreal is always a good idea. Montreal is one of the most unique cities in all of Canada. Great nightlife, incredible food, the French language, an incredible hockey team, and so much more! So are you ready to enjoy 72 hours in Montreal? Awesome! You picked a wonderful city for a long weekend […]

A Reader’s Paradise: A Visit to the Strand Bookstore NYC

the strand bookstore nyc

As readers, we all adore our local and independent bookstores. These incredible places usually promise customers many literary treats including rare editions, cool community events, hilarious coffee mugs, and so much more. As for me, independent bookstores are among my favorite places to turn off my brain and explore new titles that I don’t often see […]

Visiting the 9/11 Memorial and Museum in New York City

visiting the 9/11 memorial

When I wrote this guide, it was Memorial Day Weekend in the United States. For many Americans, this weekend ushers in the official start of summer. I know I’m ready to unwind at the Jersey Shore. Toes in the sand, kindle charged to 100%, big sunglasses, and afternoon naps. Sounds perfect, huh? But, even though […]

Wow! What A Beautiful Library: Visit The Morgan Library and Museum

visit the morgan library and museum

Ahh, my visit to the Morgan Library was bookishly spectacular. As you know, I like to talk about literary travel on my website. One of the biggest items on my literary bucket list was the Morgan Library and Museum, located in Manhattan. Guys. I have been meaning to visit this library for, like, the past year. […]