No Kids, Will Travel

Pitching in for the Big Game

When the Super Bowl comes to town, host cities go all out to welcome partners, players, and fans. Hundreds of volunteers donate their time and talent to welcome visitors at the airport, staff game-adjacent events, and generally keep things running smoothly. As a social media professional, I’ve been part of the teams behind the handles […]

Tampa beating the Odds…

I’m not a big Tampa sports fan. I am, as you’ve seen a big sports fan, but we remain loyal to our old home town teams in Washington and Balitmore. I will say though there must be something in the water down here and we’re not talking mermaids or manatees. The Tampa teams have been […]

Change is in the Air

The simple things that are already starting to change when it comes to climate change. I have to say there is a lot of hope in the beginnings of a new administration and one of them is the US rejoining the Paris Agreement on Climate Change. ACCEPTANCE ON BEHALF OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA […]

Reno Italiano

We had the chance to watch a great new program on HG TV called Reno Italiano. It is as you guessed about renovating homes in Italy. We were tipped off to the pilot by @girlinflorence (Georgette Jupe). A wonderful person who fills my twitter and instagram feed with pictures of beautiful Firenze. The host of […]

“Without a Doubt, 2020 …Anxiety and Loss”

The U.S. Virgin Islands’ Commissioner of Tourism is thankful for all the support the tourism industry received in the last year and is optimistic about the year to come. Commissioner Joseph Boschulte highlighted in his year-end address one of the Territory’s most recent honors — being named Destination of the Year by Caribbean Journal, a […]

Happy Holidays

We like a lot of people spent the morning catching up with family on Zoom. I for one really enjoyed not having to rush between families on Christmas Day. We did however hit the road and take a trip to Clearwater Beach for a nice long walk. The temperature was only around 50 F so […]

Potential Roadblocks to Your Travels

The COVID world is still very much controlling our lives despite the rollout of two vaccines. The CDC stated that you shouldn’t travel over the holidays. You should just stay home and we are fine with that especially after hearing about a new more contagious strain of the COVID virus on the loose in England. […]

Just Out of Reach

We can dream. We can hope. We can look at a map. We know until things change it just out of reach.

An Island Plan that Doesn’t Rely upon Sun and Cocktails.

The US Virgin Islands has a plan to not only sustain its tourism industry post COVID but grow it. But, this time it won’t just be relying on the beautiful beaches and crystal clear water to attract visitors. U.S. VIRGIN Tourism Commissioner Joseph Boschulte pledged to leverage the Territory’s “natural appeal and a growing complement […]

A Walk in the Park

The weather was nice this past Saturday and in an effort to breath some fresh air and  journey beyond the walls of our apartment we went for a walk along the trails in Upper Tampa Bay Park. We’d been meaning to visit this park for a while but it had been closed for months because of […]