What we've learned: there is no better opportunity to capture Instagram-worthy images, than when you’re exploring a new city. When we travel we point our lens in the direction of the very best food, design, and landscape possible and our Spring holiday to Tokyo was no different.
We always leave a little room in our travel budget and space in our luggage so we can shop. When we’re on the road, we're always on a mission to find the unique, handmade gems that make a place special—be it textiles, tabletop, or artisanal foods. Our friends at The Little Market shared how to shop fabulously and responsibly.
We love the comforts of home when we travel, and food is obviously a huge part of that. We're all about the element of surprise, truth is, we have our “go-to” foodie needs. Pack these food lovers travel essentials and you’ll never have to sacrifice a great dining experience while traveling!
Thailand has long been on my bucket list so I was beyond excited for my recent trip. It was a total whirlwind—going from Bangkok to Isaan and south to Phuket in just ten days. And in those ten days I learned just as many things:
When we travel, we want it all. The chic hotel, the fabulous meals, and the wardrobe to match. But every trip can’t be extravagant. So we found the very best U.S. Hotels, at or under the cost of a vintage bottle of Veuve Cliquot.
Food and travel are two of the greatest loves in life, which is pretty fitting considering that my day job is owning an independent travel bookstore. Not that I need an excuse to get on the road, but this year I've made a food travel reading list to give me even more motivation.
This is how we do roadside assistance! The Salt & Wind Emergency Travel Kit won't save you from natural disasters or flight delays but, you’ll be prepared for those mini-mergencies, from chapped lips to a bad snack attack.