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Solo Travel: Like a Pro

This Travel Tip Tuesday I am sharing my secrets to travel solo like a solo travel pro! I asked for questions on my Facebook and Instagram accounts so I could know what people are worried about, curious about, or just need to know to travel solo for the first time (or the 100th time!). Solo… Continue reading Solo Travel: Like a Pro

australia · Austria · Big Island of Hawaii · Canada · denmark · England · france · ireland · Japan · poland · Slovakia · sweden · Switzerland · Travel Tips · Turkey · Uncategorized

What I Ate: Iconic Eats

It’s a very special What I Ate Wednesday… It’s my birthday! This year I’m celebrating with some of my favorite and most iconic “eats” around the world. When one thinks of Paris, they think of the Eiffel Tower… and a macaron. When one thinks of England, they think of Big Ben… and fish ‘n chips.… Continue reading What I Ate: Iconic Eats

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Solo Travel: Block Island

It’s Travel Tip Tuesday! I recently set out solo in search of adventure and old world, seaside resort charm, and I found it on beautiful Block Island, Rhode Island. Why is Block Island a great solo travel destination? Here’s the shake-down on Solo Travel on Block Island! Why Block Island?  It’s cute! My husband Steve’s… Continue reading Solo Travel: Block Island

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Solo Female Travel: Nantucket

This Throwback Thursday is a very special one–it’s all about going solo in Nantucket! Since my sweet husband Steve has been traveling a bit more for work lately, I’ve taken the opportunity to go on a few trips of my own, all on my own. I used to travel solo all the time, and I… Continue reading Solo Female Travel: Nantucket

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What I Wore in Nantucket

It’s a very special What I Wore Wednesday! If you’ve been following along on Instagram and Facebook @quickwhittravel, you know I recently enjoyed a few days on beautiful Nantucket Island. I’ll be honest, I was a little insecure about what to pack. I’ve never been sailing, and I don’t think “athleisure” or all black is… Continue reading What I Wore in Nantucket

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Where Do They Speak English?

It’s Travel Tip Tuesday! Have you ever seen The Holiday with Cameron Diaz and Kate Winslet? It’s one of my favorite movies, but one part of it has always bothered me. In one of the early scenes, Cameron Diaz’s character is searching for somewhere to go to get away from her real life. She takes one… Continue reading Where Do They Speak English?

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Summer Packing: A Week in Texas

It’s Travel Tip Tuesday, and this week we’re talking about packing! You know I never check a bag if I can help it, so this is how I packed light for a week in hot, humid, summertime Texas! If you’ve been following along on Facebook or Instagram, you know I was in Waco, Texas with… Continue reading Summer Packing: A Week in Texas

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Is Solo Travel Selfish?

This Travel Tip Tuesday, We’re taking on an issue that lots of travelers–and those who love us–face from people in our lives. Are travelers, especially solo travelers, just selfish? I believe solo travelers are wise, confident, organized, responsible, and believe it or not, they tend to be less selfish and more thoughtful than your regular person.… Continue reading Is Solo Travel Selfish?

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Movie Locations of the World

It’s Motivation Monday, and this post is all about motivating you to visit movie filming locations of the world! Whether you love sci-fi, classic, or adventure movies, there’s a film-worthy location out there waiting for you to discover it! Na’Pali Coast, Kauai, Hawaii, USA Many films have been made, at least in part, with the… Continue reading Movie Locations of the World

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Rental Cars: A Traveler’s Guide

It’s Travel Tip Tuesday! This week I’m addressing my least favorite travel detail: rental cars. I do not like to drive, I’m not a fan of road trips, and I’d rather just be able to walk everywhere we go, but sometimes that’s just not practical! Often times, I’ve found especially on islands, a car is… Continue reading Rental Cars: A Traveler’s Guide