Travel Planning Made Easy

The hardest part of going on vacation or taking a spontaneous road trip is planning everything out. Where to go, what to eat, the must see places, best accommodations, etc. Here on this blog I am going to do most of the leg work for you. You’ll be able to find great recommendations for restaurants to try, hotels with great amenities, experience that cannot be missed, and best of all prices so there is no surprise fees or totals that will make or break your fun times. Nothing ruins a vacation as much as getting the bill at the end of your trip and realizing that you should have taken out a loan before you left. 

My goal is to plan out trips for locations that I would love to see and get you multiple recommendations for every price range for that location. From sleeping, eating, and playing, as well as must have experiences with advice from locals that have seen it all while living there. This will be a one stop shop for any procrastinator or anyone that truly hates planning their trips. I personally love to do the research and read blogs/reviews for all of the tidbit information that will make my trips better than just going and hoping for the best. 

Some of the first countries I will cover will be Egypt, Greece, Italy, England, and Ireland. After I start to get my feel for what all needs to be added to each post then I will branch out and keep going. I picked Egypt first because it’s my dream vacation. There is soo much history, mystery, and culture to be absorbed in that part of the world. Ancient Egyptian times with Pharaohs, mummies, curses, and hieroglyphs has always drawn my eye ever since I was a small child. The idea of getting to explore and disappear in the sand is just mind blowing. The possibilities of getting to ride a camel around the pyramids, riding dune buggies out into the desert, watching the sunset over ancient ruins, or even seeing the massive size of the Sphinx with my own eyes just makes me want to save all of my money and be gone.  

I could ramble of forever about all of the experiences I want to have and all of the wonderful places I want to see, but for my first post I just want to inform everyone of the type of content to expect coming soon. My name is Julie and I live in Kansas. I’ve always had the travel bug ever since my family went to Disneyland and  I got to experience the world from a child’s eye. Now that I’m an adult I want to visit places with rich culture and histories to learn more about what’s happened in the past that can make society appreciate the world we live in now. My wish list is endless and every year I add one or ten new places to the list. Life is about exploring, growing, and teaching; whether it’s as a student, teacher, parent, child, or individual. You only live one life so make the most out of it and enjoy the little things so bigger things seem less stressful. 

Happy Travels Everybody!






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