Wanderlust? Me too! My monthly Fearless Wanderlust posts will keep you informed about travel news and give you inspiration for your next trip.
Where to in 2019?
Have you already started dreaming about 2019 travel? Now is the best time to book domestic spring break travel and I’ve started planning my fall 2019 trips. I think next year will be a little more low-key for travel since we’re saving for our wedding, but I’m hoping some local road trips will tide us over. Where are you planning on traveling to? If you need suggestions, this detailed chart based on the cost of a week-long vacation might be a good starting place.
World’s Best Hotels
These hotels are so beautiful (and probably cost $$$$). If I put this on my vision board, it’ll help manifest future vacations there, right?
Best Time to Travel
If you’re flexible on when you travel, check out this article. It looks like September will give you the most affordable fares.
Confessions of an Asian Travel Blogger
I read this article and found myself nodding right along. I’ve been asked if I’m from China on several trips. I think it’s more evidence that representation matters and education needs to continue.
If you’re looking for the best travel gifts to give in the new year, take a look at my list here.
Want to stay underwater? You don’t have to scuba dive to these hotel locations. How cool and maybe creepy would it be to stay in an aquarium-like room?
Air Travel in 2019
Every trip I take, airline fares are what makes the budget increase significantly. It looks like that is not going to change next year because of fuel costs. There are some other interesting predictions in this post from CN Traveler.
Best U.S. Food Destinations
Will travel for food? That’s me. This list from Food & Wine lists 32 U.S. cities and info about which restaurants to try.
Beer Cities of America
This beer map needs an update but it gives a representation of where the beer cities of America are. If you’re looking for beer, try Denver, Portland, and San Diego, to name a few. Of course in Texas, Austin represents with 37 of the 257 breweries in the state.
Places Ruined By Overtourism
The combination of travel and Instagram culture is changing our world. People flock to places “for the ‘gram” and it has an effect. It’s sad to see beautiful landscapes destroyed because of
Here are some stats about the most visited countries and the fastest-growing tourist destinations. I agree that Sri Lanka is one to watch! It’s a double-edged sword. Growing tourism in a place could mean more resources, like new tour companies popping up, that make traveling easier for visitors but there is also a risk that these places will get overrun.
Read a fun article or hear some interesting travel news lately? Share in a comment below!