Waikiki Beach

Visiting Waikiki with a Baby: The Complete Guide

Planning a vacation to Waikiki with a baby? You’re in for a treat! Waikiki is known not only for its stunning landscapes but also for being exceptionally family-friendly. From the serene beaches to the welcoming cafes, this is a place where families with young children are not just accommodated but celebrated. But long-distance travel with a baby is no joke, and it’s best if you plan ahead. This guide will walk you through everything you[…]

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Women's Vessi Westerly Coach Jacket in Sea

My Experience with the Vessi Westerly Coach Jacket

It’s no secret that I’m a fan of the Vessi brand. With not one, not two, but three pairs of Vessi sneakers in my collection, I’m officially at the point where I have too many waterproof shoes to fit in my carry-on. But when I saw that Vessi was releasing a new waterproof jacket, I knew I had to try it out! I’ve been really impressed with the quality of Vessi shoes, which remain 100%[…]

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Baby Changing Tables in Barcelona: where to find them

So you’ve traveled to Barcelona with your baby. Good choice! Barcelona is very kid- and baby-friendly. You’ll see families with their babies on the street, in restaurants, in cafes… Almost everywhere that adults are welcome, their babies are welcome to join! However, for such a baby-friendly city, the changing table situation in Barcelona is a bit dire. But we figured it out! During our recent two-week stay in Barcelona with our six-month old baby, we[…]

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Vessi Soho Review: A New Shoe for My Travel Collection?

It’s rare to have a trip without any rain. While rainfall in distant cities can be picturesque (ever seen Midnight in Paris?), wet feet can really put a damper on things, and packing wet shoes in a suitcase is the stuff of nightmares. This made me curious about the newly launched Vessi Soho. I love my Vessi Cityscapes and my Vessi Cityscape Classics. But the Sohos looked so different! Cute, but would they perform as[…]

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Vegan/vegetarian travel in Mongolia – is it possible?

When we hopped onto our train to Ulaanbaatar from Beijing, we didn’t really know what to expect. We’d be traveling around the Gobi desert for about a week, and we definitely weren’t planning on any vegetarian options – but then again, we weren’t exactly going to Mongolia for the food. In fact, we’d heard tales from other travelers of mutton for breakfast, mutton for lunch, and more mutton for dinner, maybe accompanied by some fermented[…]

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