I'm sharing my favorite travel moments of the year and what I'm looking forward to doing in 2017.
Our holiday tour of the White House truly felt like visiting "The People's House," and we were so grateful to have experienced it.
Instead of a general daily recap of my time in London, I'll give you a food highlights recap from my trip.
Port Antonio is slowly but surely being discovered by those willing to venture a bit off the beaten path.
Over the years, I've been fortunate enough to visit many places and witness how each does the holidays.
I am very thankful for all the steps along the way that allow me to see and experience new parts of the world.
Now that I'm 10 years older, I look back at my 21-year-old self with some clear thoughts on the advice I would give.
As someone who travels often, I repeatedly find myself in situations where I am a U.S. citizen representing my country.
These places had me at "hello" and all elicited the same response from me: YES. Just...YES.
There are five places I think are amazing for experiencing fall in New York.
After years of living in New York and missing the New York City Wine & Food Festival every year, I finally got the opportunity to attend.
Lost luggage aside, there are other reasons why I prefer to travel with a carry-on and NOT check my luggage.
For those who've been to New York a few times and are looking for new things to do, this overview is for you.
While documenting my adventures around the world, I have found a few strategies that have helped me take some great pictures.
There's a month that I like to think of as the most underrated travel month. I think this is the perfect time to travel.
In honor of those funky but not gaudy sunglasses that I bought in Milan, I'm sharing some of the photos I took around the world.
Now that summer has unofficially ended, I decided to look back and highlight my top travel moments from the last few months.
My flying experiences got me thinking about the amount of time we spend in airports when we travel and how we actually pass that time.
In fact, don't judge someone's entire LIFE by their social media photos.
I've written about this a few times, but this is my personal account of what I actually do to travel more.
I'm already trying to figure out when I can return to Portugal for a longer period of time.
I'm organized, meticulous and on time. Except when I'm traveling alone.
For anyone visiting the Windy City for the first time, particularly during warmer months, here's how to spend three days in Chicago.
The situation got me thinking about some other unspoken rules of flying, from the moment you arrive at the airport to the moment you pick up your bags in baggage claim.
I can attest that Franciacorta the place and Franciacorta the wine are, in some ways, hidden gems and most definitely underrated.
The United Kingdom had just voted out of the European Union, and the Leave campaign had won. It was historic, unbelievable and incredibly disturbing.
For those hesitant to book a day tour when you travel, here are five reasons why you should.
As the travel season gets going, I decided to share my top blog posts that will enable people to travel more.
The day was more than I could have asked for. What started out as a gloomy and chilly day gradually became sunnier and warmer as we traveled west.
Whether it's hip hop or jazz, reggae or soul, indie or electronic — whatever your musical preference, you'll find it in Montreal.
Hunter Valley is one of Australia's most well-known wine regions and is an area well worth visiting if you find yourself in Sydney with some time to spare.
I feel as though I have an ever-growing NYC guidebook in my head, so might as well start to get some of these recommendations out of my brain and onto this blog.
I have unlimited wanderlust and what sometimes feels like a desperate need to satisfy it. Fortunately, I have found a few ways that help me combat the travel itch in between trips.
Before embracing the next chapter — and my next piece of luggage — I decided to list my most memorable travel moments with my trusty sidekick, my carry-on.
Hi, my name is Tausha, and I like airplane food. Yes, you heard that correctly: I, for the most part, enjoy the food on airplanes.
I travel, in part, for the food a good amount of the time. I also admit to being what some might call obsessed with finding great food when I travel.
Whether it's the restaurants, parks, architecture, ambiance or that certain je ne sais quoi that you can't put your finger on, I love exploring neighborhoods.
Quite simply, El Nido is stunning, and I was fortunate enough to visit this idyllic place recently.
Which is better: a hotel or a vacation rental? There are good things and not-so-good things about both.
Should Charleston embrace its history of slavery and make it part of the experience for tourists?
Without further ado and in no particular order, here are my favorite brunch places in New York.
As part of my birthday celebration, I decided to indulge my love of food, wine and travel all in one event.
So, what are some ways to tell if you're addicted to travel? I gave the question some thought and compiled a list.
Here I am, attempting to spread the word far and wide about a place that is very much worth seeing.
As with many things in life, the story of my first solo travel experience started with a conversation.
I'm kicking off a new series on the blog called "Travel Confessions," where I share personal travel secrets with readers.
During my five days in Sydney, I had several amazing experiences, all of which I tried to capture through photos and videos. This travel video is a brief recap of several of those unforgettable experiences.
I am sharing eight steps I've taken that have helped me travel more and will help you as well. I can't guarantee how much more you will travel, but I guarantee you it will be more.
How does one spend just five whole days in one of the most dynamic cities in the world? Well, you have to prioritize.
In celebration of the first anniversary of The Globe Getter, I decided to take a look back and share some highlights from the last year, starting from the beginning.
I thought about my dog Nina, what I have learned from her during the almost two decades she was part of our family and how that applies to my travel resolutions for 2016.