Julie Smith is an expat living in London with her husband Drew and dog Basil, and her company is paying her to be there. In this episode we find out how Julie positioned herself within Corporate America to be sent on an assignment overseas. She is here to lay it all out for us and has some great advice about how anyone can accomplish the same. Read more
I have a plethora of great travel apps in my phone, but this one is new to me and I already can’t even imagine how I used to function without it in new places. The simplicity of it makes it seem almost too obvious to need, but the brilliance behind it is spot on for a traveler. Allow me to introduce maps.me, the map app. Read more
I always recommend that travelers get some sort of travel insurance before starting a trip. This is a big subject and can be confusing in many ways, so I’m here to break it down for you. In this episode I outline 8 things I look for in a travel insurance plan and what they mean to the traveler. I also recommend two websites where you can purchase your plans and I walk you through the process of getting quoted for your trip online.
Ignorance is not always bliss, and you know what they say about what happens when you assume. So to my fellow Americans, here are some things to know before you go:
1. Toilets are not all created equal. Read more
If Machu Picchu is not already on your bucket list, put it on there right now. And then listen to this episode, which is all about Peru travel tips. I cover immunizations, plane tickets, packing, booking tours, hiking Machu Picchu, and traveling all throughout the country. Still have questions? Ask them in the comments section below, I will try to answer whatever I can!