Perfect Planning: How To Create An Itinerary

Sunset over the Black Sea in Sozopol, Bulgaria

One of my biggest Global Debauchery fans is my “little” cousin, who’s actually going to be 21 this summer. She’s done a fair bit of traveling with her family growing up, but recently embarked on her first solo international trip to Amsterdam and Berlin. She had some difficulty forming her itinerary and requested that I […]

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Blog Envy & Travel Inspiration

Meantime Meanderings Blog Envy and Travel Inspiration

If you’re as restless as I am, you probably always need something to look forward to in life. For me, it’s always the next destination, the next experience, the next big trip. I’m always in dire need of travel inspiration. Right now, I’m waiting on the latest Yellowstone, Tetons, and Glacier books to release from […]

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A Long Weekend in Copenhagen & Stockholm v.1

A Nyhavn canal in Copenhagen

A Quick Itinerary of Our Long Weekend in Copenhagen & Stockholm The #AdventurePartnerForLife and I flew out on a Wednesday evening and arrived in Copenhagen Thursday morning. We had the remainder of Thursday, and all of Friday, Saturday, and Sunday to tackle two capital cities before flying back out midday Monday. We ultimately arrived back […]

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Save Money On Sightseeing, Discount Diva Tip #5

Louvre, Paris

Discount Diva has already unearthed a plethora of savings for youโ€”when to go, where to go, how to get there, and how to stay there. Now, the question on everyone’s mind is how to save money on sightseeing once you’re there. Don’t worry; I’ve got your back. Local Events Before booking travel, it’s always wise […]

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Global Debauchery is a Liebster Award Winner!

Liebster Award

It’s true: Global Debauchery won a Liebster Award! The Liebster Award is given to new bloggers by other award-winners in an effort to recognize up-and-coming talent in the blogosphere. They provide that extra “oomph” of exposure and build a supportive online community. Thank you so, so much to Virginia and Enrique of Travelling and Dreaming for seeing something special […]

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What No One Told Us About Iceland

Cliffs on Iceland coast for About Iceland hero

For some unknown reason, I’ve harbored an intense, multi-decade fascination with Iceland. Perhaps because we considered moving there instead of Belgium when I was seven years old and I was always curious about the place we didn’t move to. When the usual springtime travel itch came around, my husband and I decided to do it, […]

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My Personal Travel Rites of Passage

Connemara, Ireland

Some time ago, I was forwarded James Kay’s Lonely Planet article, “The Traveller’s Classic Rites of Passage” and asked which of these rites I, personally, have encountered in my explorations. The answer is all of them. “Reader’s Requests” came to life shortly after and, well, telling those tales on this forum seemed a perfect fit. […]

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How To Maximize Your Long Weekends

Montreal's Notre Dame Basilica on a long weekend

News flash: You don’t have to take an entire week’s vacation from work to see the world. Take one or two days, attach it to a holiday weekend, and go somewhere you’ve never been before! You don’t even have to spend a fortune to do this. Just think small(er) and get creative. The #AdventurePartnerForLife and […]

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