I’m excited to announce a contribution from freelance writer and mother of two, Jenny Holt. She loves nothing more than getting away from it and taking her pet Labrador Bruce for long walks, something she can do a lot more now she’s left the corporate world behind. She has written a post for us today about Following in the Footsteps of Constable, a famous painter. I hope you enjoy her article!
If you’re planning on heading to the Mexican riviera for some beach time, to Madrid for some tapas, or for a lovely stroll around the streets of Buenos Aires, chances are you’ll want to brush up on your Spanish a little before you go. As with anywhere in the world, a little bit of the language goes a long way, so I wanted to prepare you with a few useful phrases that you can use when traveling through the Spanish speaking world.
Ok, so you’re probably wondering about the details on how to do this hike yourself. I’ll give you the scoop…
The cool thing about Los Angeles is that it is an amazingly diverse city full of culture and unique experiences. When most people travel to L.A. for the first time, they are likely thinking about the beach, Hollywood, Beverley Hills, etc. Those are certainly great things to go and see and those areas alone have so much to do in them, but I wanted to talk about two of my favorite areas of L.A. for a moment: Little Tokyo and Korea Town.
There are a few different programs out there that exist to provide aspiring digital nomads with an amazing travel experience without the stress and loneliness of doing it themselves. If this is something you might be interested in pursuing, read on…
When I stay in a great Airbnb, I like to let others know so they can also benefit from the experience. 🙂
If you’re planning on visiting Los Angeles in the near future and you’re not quite sure where to stay, I have a suggestion! This Culver City Airbnb was delightful!
I remember going to Venice Beach in the 90’s and seeing such delights as a man with no legs who danced to M.C. Hammer music so well that it put those of us with legs to shame. Then there was the fabulous array of street peddlers hocking everything from handmade bracelets to paintings to baked goods. Not much has changed since then. It’s still one of the quirkiest places in Los Angeles and absolutely worth a visit.
Skyspace boasts the tallest open-air observation deck in California and has impressive panoramic views of all of Los Angeles. This observation deck has only been open since 2016, so even for this native Angelino it was an interesting, new sight to be able to go up there and see the impressive views. It’s worthwhile to go there just for the observation deck alone, but let’s get back to the slide….
So, what’s a travel-obsessed, mosquito magnet girl to do when she really wants to tromp through the jungle but doesn’t want to bring back a souvenir of severe illness? Research, of course!
There are a few things I like to do before I get on a flight that, in my opinion, make the experience much better.
Since I’m into sharing with all of you out there on the worldwide web, I would like to share these tips with you in the hopes that it will make things run smoothly for you as well.