Maybe This Was Cory Hart’s Problem, Too

First impressions are incredibly important, especially when you’re meeting the individual that you will be traveling with for the next twelve months, and especially especially when that individual is also your boss. Which is why, when I sensed a scratching … Read More

Canada to Mexico – Day 1

Day 1 of the Vagabond Travel year long trek around the world was technically April 16, 2014. However, arriving in Mexico City in the evening, and then having issues finding each other at the airport meant nothing more than checking … Read More

Camping Village Roma

Camping Village Roma is located just 3 kilometres from the Vatican which can easily be visited using the provided shuttle bus service. Camping Village Roma is open all year round, and offers a range of accommodation options. There are spaces … Read More

Camp Grounds

Camping is an activity in itself, as well as a cost effective way to travel. There are facilities to camp in most countries, be they private facilities, or sections set aside for campers in national or regional parks. Some camp … Read More

AD1 House

According to the website, AD1 House is a bed and breakfast. To view the building from the street, or to wander through the common areas and peek into some of the well appointed rooms, it appears to be a hotel. … Read More

Rio de Janeiro

Rio de Janeiro, commonly referred to as Rio, is the capital city of the State of Rio de Janeiro. Rio is the second largest city in Brazil, after São Paulo. Rio de Janeiro’s population is approximately 6.3 million people, making … Read More

Hotels in Andorra

Andorra is officially the Principality of Andorra, but for some reason it’s also called the Principality of the Valleys of Andorra. The latter too seems to be an official name for this landlocked microstate in southwestern Europe. Andorra is located … Read More

Hotels in Germany

Germany, or Deutschland as the resident called it, is a federation of 16 states and is the largest country in Central Europe. Germany shares border with Denmark to the north, along with the North Sea, and the Baltic Sea. Poland … Read More

Villas La Lupita

According to the folks at Villas La Lupita, it’s a Mexican-style hotel, which I assume refers to the building design and decor. It’s very comfortable and affordable, with per person rates that are closer to hostel rates than what one … Read More


Montmartre is a hill in the north of Paris, France. It’s 130 metres high and gives its name to the surrounding district, in the 18th arrondissement, a part of the Right Bank. Before being Christianize, Montmartre was named Mons Martis, … Read More