• Moving Abroad FAQs: Everything You Want to Know About Moving to Europe & Life Abroad

    In case you’re new around here, my husband (Colin), our dog (Ellie) and I moved abroad from Vancouver, Canada to Prague, Czech Republic in June 2019. We were there for almost a year (covid cut things short!) and managed to set up a life in Prague while travelling all over Europe. Moving abroad was definitely one of the best things I’ve ever done and I’d highly encourage you to take the opportunity if you have it. But before you sell all your belongings and book a plane ticket, maybe you have a few questions…Like how do you move abroad? Where should you go? What do you do with your stuff?…

  • The 29 Best Meals I’ve Had in 29 Years of Travel

    I may or may not have drooled all over my laptop writing this list! But it was worth it to go down culinary memory lane and relive the best meals I’ve had all over the world. One of my favourite parts of going to a new place (and coming home) is indulging in the local food. I’ve been lucky enough to try some amazing dishes around the world, and in my own backyard. Before I dive into the list, I have to share a few caveats: These are the best meals that I personally have had. I can’t say they’re the best meals out there or that you’re going to…

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    Traveller of the Month: Nicole from Wandering with a Dromomaniac

    Welcome to Traveller of the Month! Each month I’m featuring a fellow travel blogger to help build connections within the blogging world, share some travel stories and wisdom, and introduce you to another awesome world traveller. Without further ado, meet November’s Traveller of the Month: Nicole! And if you missed last month’s, check it out here! Who are you, where are you from and where are you now? My name is Nicole Lewis; I am a wildlife veterinarian and adventure travel blogger. I am originally from Nova Scotia, Canada and I am currently living in New Jersey, where I have been for the past 7 years. What’s your travel story?…

  • How to Plan a Trip to Somewhere You’ve Already Been

    In the travel world, there’s this sense that you have to go, go, go and check as many places off your bucket list as fast as you can. The competitive nature of travel is easy to get swept up in – and it can get ugly! But we can’t always go somewhere new. So what happens if you have to plan a trip to somewhere you’ve already been? The pandemic brought world travel to a halt. Many people who were counting countries had to hit pause (even if some of us were so close to hitting 50!). And in that time, a lot of people began travelling closer to home,…

  • Traveller of the Month: Cosette from KarsTravels

    Welcome to Traveller of the Month! Each month I’m featuring a fellow world traveller to build connections within the travel world, share some new travel stories, and give a little love to a fellow travel blogger. Without further ado, meet October’s Traveller of the Month: Cosette! And if you missed last month’s, check it out here! Who are you, where are you from and where are you now? I’m Cosette and I’m from Uden in The Netherlands. Currently I live in Utrecht, The Netherlands with my husband and our son. What’s your travel story? How did you get into travel and what kind of travel are you doing now (or…

  • 5 Honeymoons I Won’t Be Going On

    I’ve always joked that a honeymoon is more important to me than a wedding. But it’s not really a joke! I don’t think a honeymoon is more important than a marriage, but I would prefer to invest more into a multi-week honeymoon than a one day wedding. Well before we got engaged, Colin and I began discussing honeymoon options. We both agreed we wanted to go somewhere new for our honeymoon and spend a good amount of time there. We certainly weren’t going to be the newlyweds who spend 5 days at a Sandals resort (although there’s nothing wrong with all-inclusive vacations!). In fact, on my wedding planning spreadsheet, “Honeymoon” is…

  • Traveller of the Month: Francesca from Little Lost Travel

    Welcome to Traveller of the Month! Each month I’m featuring a fellow world traveller to help build connections within the blogging world, share some travel tales and wisdom, and give a little love to a fellow traveller. Without further ado, meet September’s Traveller of the Month: Francesca! And if you missed last month’s, check it out here! Who are you, where are you from and where are you now? My name is Francesca and I’m from the West Midlands in the UK! I currently live in Hertfordshire as I spend quite a bit of my time in London for work. What’s your travel story? How did you get into travel…

  • 27 Travel Books that Will Inspire You to See the World

    One of the things that has really helped me get through the last year and a half is reading. And since I haven’t been able to travel much, I’ve had to use books to help me escape into the world. So what better post to write than one that combines my love for travel and my love for reading into a list of 27 of the best travel books. I know I’m not the only traveller who loves to read, so I reached out to some of my fellow travel bloggers to ask what their favourite travel books are and how they travel through pages when they can’t be on…

  • The Ultimate Guide to Doing Nothing in Whistler

    I’ve never been the type to go on active trips. You won’t find me hiking mountains, surfing or canoeing from campsite to campsite. But I usually like to do stuff when I travel – whether that’s exploring temples, going on a free walking tour or taking a local cooking class. But sometimes I just want to do nothing! And Whistler, BC just so happens to be the perfect place for me to do that. I’ve been to Whistler before, and it’s just a couple of hours from home, so I don’t feel pressured to pack my itinerary full. Plus, Whistler is expensive and we didn’t rent a car, so this…

  • Traveller of the Month: Cassie from Cassie The Hag

    Welcome to Traveller of the Month! Each month I’m featuring a fellow world traveller to help build connections within the travel world, learn something new and share some different travel stories on Teaspoon of Adventure. Without further ado, meet August’s Traveller of the Month: Cassie! And if you missed last month’s, check it out here! Who are you, where are you from and where are you now? I’m Cassie, the solo female (and neurodivergent) traveller from cassiethehag.com. My birth country is England and I am currently living in Auckland, New Zealand. What’s your travel story? How did you get into travel and what kind of travel are you doing now…