Luxe Adventure Traveler of the Month: Esther Chou

Luxe Adventure Traveler of the Month

Welcome to the Luxe Adventure Traveler of the Month series! Here we check in monthly with regular travelers just like you – no blog, no job in the travel industry, just travel. Want to be a Luxe Adventure Traveler of the Month? Get in touch with us at [email protected] This month we check in with […]

Get Adventurous In Málaga

Malaga

This is a guest post written by Tim Rhodes. Tim is an avid traveler with several backpacking trips around Europe under his belt. While traveling, he enjoys freelance blogging about his adventures and advising fellow globetrotters. When contemplating a trip to Spain, there are a number of factors that come into play when deciding exactly […]

8 Types of Italian Coffees, Explained

Cappuccino

Ordering coffee in Italy isn’t as simple as queueing up at your local Starbucks. First, Italians are unfamiliar with the concept of a queue and second, it is always cheaper (and the Italian way) to order your coffee at the bar and drink it standing up. There likely isn’t a menu of the coffee drinks […]

Luxury Meets Nature in Rovinj

Rovinj, Croatia

About five years I went on a “guided” day trip to Rovinj. It was pouring, cold, and the guide basically left us to do our own thing without even making recommendations of what to see. Since I thought I was going on a guided tour, I didn’t do any research and ended up aimlessly wandering […]

Lake Annecy Ski Getaway

Ski joering with Aravis Passion

A secret the French have long kept to themselves, the four linked villages that make up Lake Annecy Ski Resorts are destined to be discovered. The pretty, rustic French villages of the Haute-Savoie where the velvety Reblochon cheese has been produced for centuries seep charm and one ski pass covers some 150 pistes no more […]

Kissimmee: The Wild, Wild East

RAM National Circuit Finals Rodeo

Sshh! Don’t tell my dad, but I kind of liked all those rodeos he would drag me to as a kid. When I worked my way through UNLV as a ticket seller at Thomas & Mack Center, it was always a big deal when the National Finals Rodeo came to town. Cowboys would converge on […]

I Quit My Job to Travel the World

Travel around the world

For the last year or so, I’ve been struggling with a dilemma. I’ve been working toward the goal to build this blog into a business that sustains both Tim and I financially, and I’ve been doing it for three years while also working full time at the university job I was once sure would be […]

France’s Ardeche is for Adventurers

Ardeche Gorge, France

Mention the South of France and I know I immediately picture the yachts moored at the most exclusive beach clubs in St. Tropez and haute couture on the red carpet of the Cannes Film Festival. But the South of France isn’t all yacht parties and champagne until the wee hours. The Ardeche has a decidedly […]

Wine Wednesday: Super Bowl Wine Pairings

Arizona Hops and Vines

Are you ready for some football?! As a non-football-loving and non-beer-drinking spouse that has been dragged to her fair share of Super Bowl Sunday parties, drinkable wines are my key to surviving the hootin’ and hollerin’ game day. Wine isn’t just for pairing with a perfectly pink filet or an aromatic herb crusted lamb chop. […]

Luxe Adventure Traveler of the Month: Katrina Raymond

Luxe Adventure Traveler of the Month Katrina Raymond

Welcome to the Luxe Adventure Traveler of the Month series! Here we check in monthly with regular travelers just like you – no blog, no job in the travel industry, just travel. Want to be a Luxe Adventure Traveler of the Month? Get in touch with us at [email protected] This month we check in with […]