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June 29, 2019

Cape Town is a place bursting at its seams with a vibrant mix of cultures. It has an amazing scene for culinary, nightlife, arts and adventure. It's affectionately called the ‘Mother City’-- a seaside city inspired by natural wonders; a place where you won't break the bank drinking amazing wines, seeing the Big 5 on a Safari, exploring local markets, tasting local delicacies, experiencing world class art, and dancing the night away.

It's a great city for the self proclaimed history buff, culture junkie, thrill seeker, sun chaser, fitness enthusiast, and foodie. If you've never been to Africa before, this is the best place to start. It’s the kind of place you'll come back to many times in your life.

It was once a place only the most experienced and 'adventurous' traveler would go due to its s...

February 11, 2019

              I arrived in Quetzaltenango, or more affectionately Xela, in the early evening on a crisp Sunday in July. In true mountain fashion, the weather got chillier, and the transition from day to-to-night was as brisk as a runaway train. Before arriving, I didn’t know much about Xela, or Guatemala for the matter. I knew about the violence in Guatemala City, I knew about its Spanish colonial past, and I was armed with a long list of foods to try from a food-obsessed Guate - American girl I met on a walking tour in Athens the month prior.

I was told that Xela, a 4-hour bus ride away from the capital, was a safe-haven away from the violence that engulfed Guatemala City. In the thick of the night I was nervous, not sure how “saf...

October 3, 2018

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Sean is a Southwest transplant currently residing in Dallas, Texas. A self-proclaimed nomad with a serious case of wanderlust, he enjoys trekking to places that are “off the beaten path” and capturing everyday life through the lenses of his iPhone. Follow him on Instagram @inflightsean

September 12, 2018

As young professionals with budding careers, families, and social calendars you don't always have the time or money to travel the world, the country, or anywhere that isn't a relatively close driving/bus/train distance.  It's increasingly popular and shall we even say "trendy" to enjoy a stay-cation.  For those of you in need of a break from your everyday life, without having to commit more than 1 or 2 days, these are the 10 things you can do on your next stay-cation.

1. Find closest  accessible water source - 

It seems we all gravitate towards the sound of water, the smell of cool breeze, and the feel of sand between our toes. You don't have to fly to the Caribbean or Hawaii to experience this. More than half of U.S. citizens live near a coast, a...

September 12, 2018

Our list ranges from Eastern Europe to West Africa, but each of these cities I've visited personally, or they have been highlighted lately by many travel magazines and travel enthusiasts. Some of these destinations are classics, and some are in lesser known corners of the world. These places are worth adding to your bucket list for next year!

1. Budapest, Hungary

Buda-Pest, a Eastern European city, divided by the River Danube, is having a moment right now. It's a city with two sides, each with a distinct look, feel, and culture. For so long people have spent their time exploring Western Europe, but it's time for the East to shine. People are taking notice of it's strong heritage, food scene, night life, castles, and thermal spas. 

2. Marrakech, Morocco

A classic North Afric...

September 12, 2018

In every room, there should be a light reminder of where you have been, and where you want to go. You must be intentional in order to bring that worldly energy for yourself, for the people live in, and those who interact in that space.

Here are some small suggestions for rooms in the everyday home.

In any room you can add accent pillows, throw blankets, decorative baskets, table runners, vases, mugs, plates, house plants, photos, accent rugs, or any trinkets collected while on your travels.

Living Room: 

Dining Room:

Kitchen:
 

Bedroom:

Bathroom:


Office:


Everyday Globetrotter is a travel lifestyle brand for young professionals who love to be at home, as much as they love to be away. We specialize in finding the balance between exploring the world, and bringing the world to your home. Join us #Ev...

September 12, 2018

‘World Citizen’ - a contemporary term, yet many people have adopted this lifestyle for thousands of years. Coupled with advanced technology and broad global connectivity, it has allowed for us to share ideas and connect with people from all over the world. Everyone has their own view of what it means to be a global citizen, but we wanted to share practical ways to incorporate it into your lifestyle, as well as gain new perspectives. These 5 TED Talks focus on a range of topics from tolerance to climate change, but they will all enhance your understanding of what it means to be a global citizen. 
 

1. On the importance of being a World Citizens -

2.  Where tolerance and tourism intersect -​ 

3. On going beyond a single narrative

4. A practical approach to climate change

5. On buil...

August 27, 2018

Cape Town is a place bursting at its seams with a vibrant mix of cultures. It has an amazing scene for culinary, nightlife, arts and adventure. It's affectionately called the ‘Mother City’-- a seaside city inspired by natural wonders; a place where you won't break the bank drinking amazing wines, seeing the Big 5 on a Safari, exploring local markets, tasting local delicacies, experiencing world class art, and dancing the night away.

It's a great city for the self proclaimed history buff, culture junkie, thrill seeker, sun chaser, fitness enthusiast, and foodie. If you've never been to Africa before, this is the best place to start. It’s the kind of place you'll come back to many times in your life.

It was once a place only the most experienced and 'adventurous' traveler would go due to its s...

August 26, 2018

Food is an invitation into a culture. As a result, food is often an integral part of travel. When you visit a new country, trying local cuisine is not only common, but usually one of the staple activities. This is why most people find it hard to keep to their health and fitness program while traveling—they eat too much. That, coupled with loss in control over your schedule and lack of access to workout facilities, makes it seem nearly impossible to avoid weight gain while exploring the world.  

It doesn’t have to be this way. Here are six tips to stick to your fitness goals while enjoying your travels—good food and all.

1. Eat Less Frequently

Fundamentally, weight gain can be boiled down to eating more calories than you’re burning. If you want to avoid weight gain, you simply need to eat less...

August 26, 2018

A leisurely scroll through the ‘gram proves that plants are the poshest addition to millennial living spaces. If you want in on the trend (that has a plethora of positive side effects, like air purifying, etc.), these five plants are a fool-proof way to start your journey to a Pinterest-worthy plantscape and to your perfect travel inspired home. #Plantgang #MonsteraMondays #Jungalow #UrbanJungle 

1. Bromeliad

If you’re looking to add some paradise to a city space, this plant is for you. Bromeliads are perfect for adding tropical vibes to any room. With thousands of species available, the colors of the flower can vastly range. Copious shades of Red, yellow, orange, and purple, etc. can be found.

Sunlight/Temperature:     Native to tropical climates, Bromeliads can thrive in humid spa...

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