Or, ‘the most serendipitous item I brought with me on the trip.’ Continue reading “Best backpack for travel”
Our two-week babymoon to Sicily was truly special. Like I said in this post, taking a babymoon really gave Andrew and me an opportunity to celebrate what is to come, bond with baby and get in some much-needed quality time before our baby girl arrives. We’re our best selves when we travel, and I don’t think it’s simply because we’re on vacation. I think Andrew and I enjoy seeing and experiencing new things, such as unique foods and different cultures, and are at our best when he’s playing tourguide and I get away from our day-to-day. Continue reading “Sicily 2019: Palermo”
After eight or nine trips overseas, Andrew and I are pretty seasoned travelers. With each trip, we learn something new that will improve our experience, such as having the right footwear or packing less and keeping our bags light. When we first started traveling in 2007, we didn’t dream of buying toiletries in-country and the thought of renting a car didn’t even cross our minds. Now, we don’t think anything of popping into a pharmacy for toothpaste (In fact, it’s fun!) and we can’t imagine NOT having our own vehicle, at least for part of any trip. But, this year’s voyage across the ocean was going to be a little different with me being pregnant (into my third trimester), and I wanted to be as prepared as possible.
Now that I’m back, I thought I’d share some of my thoughts about traveling while pregnant based on my own experience. Continue reading “Tips for Traveling While Pregnant”