Tag: Nomad

The Best of Bisbee Guide: 24 Hours in the Old West
Arizona, United States Travel

The Best of Bisbee Guide: 24 Hours in the Old West

Bisbee: Where Copper Was Queen Locally roasted coffee, ghost stories, mining history, shopping, historic hotels, and museums? Is there one place to find all of that? The answer is yes. Bisbee, Arizona. I’ve been visiting Bisbee on and off since 2011, and every visit is something different. I may spend […]

Palatki Heritage Site: A Photo Essay
Arizona

Palatki Heritage Site: A Photo Essay

Sinagua, it means “without water.” That’s the name of the people that once lived in north-eastern Sedona, Arizona. About 900 years ago the Sinagua Indians lived in a thriving settlement high up in the Sedona red rocks. They left behind artifacts, cliff dwellings, petroglyphs, and pictographs. Getting to Palatki and its […]

7 Things You Didn’t Know About Saguaro National Park
Arizona

7 Things You Didn’t Know About Saguaro National Park

This is the first post in a series about National parks and monuments in the American Southwest. Moving to Arizona makes me realize that there’s a whole world to explore right here in America. We recently visited Saguaro National Park in Tucson and discovered a few amazing facts about the […]

100th Blog Post: Top 10 Travel Destinations of All Time
Travel Tips

100th Blog Post: Top 10 Travel Destinations of All Time

Three years and one-hundred blog posts. Time truly flies when you’re having fun. There should probably two or three times that number of posts, but you know, life. Through chronic illness (Multiple Sclerosis), moves, teaching ninth grade, getting a yoga teacher certification, and returning to school the blog is still […]

Coffee…Like You’ve Never Had it Before
Mexico

Coffee…Like You’ve Never Had it Before

La Pasteleteria – Cancun Although Cancun was pretty much a disaster, coffee at Pastelteria is an amazing experience. It really is coffee like you’ve never had it before. Ordering alchemist coffee on a whim was an adventure in itself. Finding the restaurant near the famous Fifth Avenue shopping was another […]

A Quick Guide to the History of Salisbury, England
England, Europe Travel

A Quick Guide to the History of Salisbury, England

The moment I sunk into the warm mismatched chairs at The Haunch of Venison, I knew that Salisbury was a special place. Sitting down for a hearty meal of soup, bread, and beer in a city so old makes modern problems seem trivial. My thoughts were not on myself, but rather […]