Jay’s Ultimate Travel Packing Checklist

A few months ago, after leaving my last company, I was in search of experiencing something new. I’ve always been a fan of solo trips in the past. My first solo trip was to Mexico City, where I stayed in a hostel while I worked remote. That was quickly followed by trips to Cancun to go scuba-diving, Stockholm and Helsinki … Continue readingJay’s Ultimate Travel Packing Checklist

12 Ways I Saved Money For Travel

I’m often asked how I can afford to travel so much. Over the past few years, I’ve logged over 300,000 miles, backpacked through Northern Thailand, went on a 9 Day Whirlwind European Adventure, traveled solo through Mexico City. People tell me they don’t have the time, the money, or the resources to travel. I get questions like: Are you rich? … Continue reading12 Ways I Saved Money For Travel

Floating Islands of Halong Bay

During my last trip to South East Asia, Vietnam was pretty high up there on my list of places to visit. I’d just finished my trip through Thailand, visiting Pai, up in the mountains of northern Thailand, and had just arrived in Vietnam. Just outside of Hanoi in northern Vietnam is an area filled with emerald waters and thousands of … Continue readingFloating Islands of Halong Bay

Pai, A Hidden Gem in Northern Thailand

Thailand is one of my favorite countries in South East Asia to travel around. The culture, the cuisine and the organized chaos all combine to make one of the most popular spots for a range of backpackers and travelers from all over the globe. From the party island of South Thailand to the wild jungle of North Thailand. Last year, … Continue readingPai, A Hidden Gem in Northern Thailand

Riding the Cog Wheel Train Up The Montreux Riviera

Following our quick trip through Interlaken, we spent some time in Montreux, Switzterland. This small town in the Swiss Alps is home to some of the world renowned winers, one of the which, the Chateau de Chillon, is an impressive example of a medieval castle. The make the wine in the basement of the castle and offers visitors breathtaking views … Continue readingRiding the Cog Wheel Train Up The Montreux Riviera

Interlaken, The Vacation Destination of Central Europe

Last year, we ended up taking a trip out to Interlaken in Switzerland. It’s known for it’s 45 mountain railways, cable cars, chair lifts, and ski lifts that take thousands of international visitors across up into the Swiss Alps. With it’s blue waters and hundreds of different activities, there’s something for everyone in the small vacation town. While we only … Continue readingInterlaken, The Vacation Destination of Central Europe

Fritland, Delirium, Manneken Pis, And More At The Heart Of Belgium

During our trip to Europe last summer, we had the opportunity to spend a quick day in Brussels. One of my good friends Andy put together a great itinerary for things to see and do in Brussels. So let’s get started! I’d recommend beginning at Le pain Quotidien on Avenue Louise. There are plenty of other great breakfast places in that … Continue readingFritland, Delirium, Manneken Pis, And More At The Heart Of Belgium

3 No-Brainer Credit Cards Everyone Must Have in Their Wallet

I’ve been asked by numerous people time and time again what credit card they should get next, so I’ve decided to compile a list of the 3 credit cards I have in my wallet and why it’s a no brainer to get these cards! As a disclaimer, I may receive compensation when you click on links to these products. Everything in … Continue reading3 No-Brainer Credit Cards Everyone Must Have in Their Wallet

Official Review: Chase Sapphire Reserve

Last week I reviewed the Top 3 No-Brainer Credit Cards Everyone Must Have in Their Wallet. For those travelers who enjoy the hotel life, Uber everywhere, and want to join the mile high club, I have added a new card to that list: the all new Chase Sapphire Reserve. Chase Sapphire Reserve For the longest time, the Chase Sapphire Preferred … Continue readingOfficial Review: Chase Sapphire Reserve