Panama Folio no. 2 [Pink]

Panama Folio no. 2 [Pink]

I have had the great fortune in my life to be able to travel and observe the world around me essentially unencumbered by any limitations. I think it’s seminally important (not to mention super fun!) to see as much as the world as possible, and in doing so strengthening the ties between nations and more … Continued

Zipkick Blogger: Vanessa Workman from The Island Drum

  Zipkick Bloggers:  Vanessa Workman from The Island Drum Where was the first place that you traveled that made you think WOW—travel is amazing (think history book come to life or …..) 1-   Where was the first place that you traveled that made you think WOW—travel is amazing (think history book come to life or …..) The … Continued

Beltane: Excerpt from Dublin Street

The following is an excerpt from my book: Dublin Street, about my university experiences in Edinburgh and London. I picked this particular section on Beltane because it evokes the unique character of Edinburgh and how a city adapts it’s historical traditions into the modern city fabric. Other city celebrations scattered throughout the year include Burn’s Night … Continued

A Little Taste of Bogota, Colombia

When Lisa Niver, Creator of We Said Go Travel, headed down to Bogota, Colombia, she may have been expecting some quality coffee and unique food, but she had no idea what deliciousness was in store for her! Paloquemao Market– The Paloquemao Market is more colorful than any grocery store could be. Rows and rows of colorful, fresh … Continued

Alaska — Land of Bears, Eagles and Leaping Whales

The humpback whale shot into the air a few feet off the side of the boat, so close I could see the barnacles on his nose, drops of water roll off his skin, and the hint of a smile on his face. The breaching whale marked the end of our recent ten-day visit to Alaska, … Continued

48 Hours in Montreal: Top 8 Things to do, Via FlightHub

By Jess Marchand Montreal is home to both Anglophones and Francophones, the delightfully queer and the wonderfully straight, both old and new architecture, delicious cheap eats, intricate upscale meals, swanky clubs, laid-back bars, and so much more. If you’ve ever visited Montreal, you know a couple things for certain: They love to party, they love … Continued

Art Destinations of Bogota

Paris and Florence: art destinations. Sure. But Bogota, Colombia? Absolutely! Lisa Niver, founder of We Said Go Travel, was fascinated to discover so many artist hot spots in Bogota. Don’t miss these on your trip! Graffiti Street Art Tour– Graffiti art is allowed in Bogota and can be seen all over the city. Art Dealer … Continued

NYC: How to be a tourist in your own backyard

How to be a tourist in your own backyard In 2015, life is expensive. Your mortgage, your car, your school fees they all add up and not many of us are left with a lot at the end of the money to afford luxuries. For most, holidays are definitely a luxury and an expensive one … Continued

Unexpected Gems of Bogota, Colombia

The Easiest Way to See Bogota, Colombia Bogota, Colombia has never been easy to get to. Until now! Avianca is offering a new direct flight, straight from Terminal 2 at LAX, all the way to Bogota, Colombia. This new direct flight is the easiest way to reach the unique city. Lisa Niver, Founder of We Said Go Travel, … Continued

Zipkick Bloggers: Carolann & Macrae One Modern Couple

        Zipkick Bloggers:  Carolann Hughes & Macrae Sutton from One Modern Couple Where was the first place that you traveled that made you think WOW—travel is amazing (think history book come to life or …..) Macrae: For me, it was Newfoundland. It is absolutely beautiful and something I had never seen before. The cliffs, … Continued

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