Blog Posts - Wanderlust



Living Out Loud

Growing up in a multicultural family I was always fascinated by the many different cultures around the world. Over the years this fascination turned into dreams which in turn quickly developed into life goals of mine to travel the world. I was instan...
by Blue Lace Agate on Jun 3, 2016

20 Lessons From My Twenties

As I say goodbye to my twenties and hello to an exciting new decade, I can’t help but think back on the incredible life lessons the past ten years have brought with them. Your twenties are an incredibly transformative decade and a period of lif...
by The Traveling Scholar on Jun 3, 2016

Dear Diary

Welcome to a new, exciting and full of adventure blog! Blue Lace Agate is my ‘Dear Diary’ style blog about a young woman (my anonymous self) who is attempting to pursue her wanderlust and is chasing her dreams of experiencing what it is like li...
by Blue Lace Agate on Jun 1, 2016

5 Reasons to Visit Toronto Now

To be honest, I wasn’t totally sure of what I should realistically expect from Toronto. Nearly every Torontonian that I have met is quick to recount the city’s merits, and many who have visited refer to it as a cleaner version of New Yor...
by The Traveling Scholar on May 26, 2016

5 Ways to Survive a Long Distance Relationship

Relationships are tough enough when you get to see each other all the time, but how do you handle things when you’re a long distance apart — and often? Whether college is taking you to different ends of the country or one of you is traveling the...

Handling Petty Crime in Antigua, Guatemala

‘Por favor, el numero de sus padres.’  ‘They want your parents’ number,’ my cousin reiterated to Scott in English. We looked at each other quizically, far removed from being mandated to call our parents about anything...
by The Traveling Scholar on Apr 7, 2016

The Sob Story Of A Girl With Wanderlust

A few weeks ago Kevin had pulled up Google Maps to explore and asked me to join him. Let me tell you something, Google Maps is…...
by The Blissful Mrs. on Apr 6, 2016

Easter Sunday: 24 Hours in Antigua, Guatemala

Celebrating Easter in a UNESCO World Heritage City I’m back from an incredible trip to Guatemala, and the fact that I’ve been so utterly off the radar for the past 9 days is a testament to the pure relaxation that we felt there. There are...
by The Traveling Scholar on Apr 5, 2016

Two Week Countdown: Family Escape to Guatemala

Family Adventures in Antigua + Lake Atitlan Somehow it’s March and our long-awaited family trip to Guatemala is upon us! In truth, this trip to Guatemala happened in a way that left me feeling surprised this trip was forming in the first place.
by The Traveling Scholar on Mar 14, 2016

Ziplining in Costa Rica

A Classic Adventure Experience at Canopy Vista Los Suenos Costa Rica is practically synonymous with adventure sports and activities, making the Central American nation a draw for outdoorsy types and thrill-seekers around the globe. During our brief...
by The Traveling Scholar on Mar 6, 2016

Cote d’Azur Structures, Sculptures, Sights and Signs 2016

Although this wasn’t my first European Adventure (lol) this was definitely my most entertaining for various and sundry of reasons which I will no doubt blog about at some point but for now…..I will stay on topic. As I mentioned on a previ...
by Godivaworld Travels on Feb 24, 2016

Cote d’Azur Structures, Sculptures, Sights and Signs 2016

Although this wasn’t my first European Adventure (lol) this was definitely my most entertaining for various and sundry of reasons which I will no doubt blog about at some point but for now…..I will stay on topic. As I mentioned on a previ...
by Godivaworld Travels on Feb 24, 2016

Exploring Manuel Antonio National Park

Delving into Costa Rica’s Jungle Scene After a full day of relaxation at Villa Caletas, we decided to head further afield to explore Costa Rica’s diverse Pacific Coast. Costa Rica famously boasts 5% of the world’s biodiversity with...
by The Traveling Scholar on Feb 24, 2016

Where to in 2016?

Often my biggest dilemma is “what in the world will I eat today” (either prepared by me or the likes of some fine dining establishment) but the other question is usually “where to next”…. Honestly, I never really know ab...
by Godivaworld Travels on Feb 23, 2016

Where to in 2016?

Often my biggest dilemma is “what in the world will I eat today” (either prepared by me or the likes of some fine dining establishment) but the other question is usually “where to next”…. Honestly, I never really know ab...
by Godivaworld Travels on Feb 23, 2016

Pura Vida: R&R in Costa Rica

People refer to relaxation as an ‘art’, and I’m in full agreement. It’s something that not everyone’s great at doing, and it can take a while to master. Many of our guests in Anguilla mention that it takes a few days to...
by The Traveling Scholar on Feb 22, 2016

7 OF THE MANY THINGS TO DO IN TBILISI, GEORGIA

By Pie Tan Georgia is one of the cheapest countries to live, as a matter of fact, it got the 7th place for The cheapest countries to live in 2016 according to MSN Lifestyle, it is also the 5th most affordable country to buy groceries in.
by The Travel Tub on Feb 22, 2016

Magical Heidi Swapp Journal Makeover

It's time - time for a little makeover! I picked up a really cute little canvas journal/book cover on sale, gold with white stripes - white and I don't mix all that well, so I decided to give it a little 'Sparkle Tart' treatment and make it over usin...
by Sparkle Tart by Kate Palmer on Feb 16, 2016

Magical Heidi Swapp Journal Makeover

It's time - time for a little makeover! I picked up a really cute little canvas journal/book cover on sale, gold with white stripes - white and I don't mix all that well, so I decided to give it a little 'Sparkle Tart' treatment and m...
by Sparkle Tart by Kate Palmer on Feb 16, 2016

7 Dream Romantic Escapes

With about six weeks a year dedicated to international travel, we still find ourselves focusing most of our trips on active escapes. That’s not to say it’s all outdoorsy by any means, but our itineraries are unequivocally on-the-go from s...
by The Traveling Scholar on Feb 14, 2016


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