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Riding a Donkey in Santorini

What a hilarious experience! It’s going to get good. Here’s my story:   I always heard that Santorini had the option of riding a donkey like local greeks did back in the day. You know before motorcycles and other motorized vehicles took over the world? Anyways, I never actually considered it but once I was there I said: “Oh what the hell! Let’s just go.”   I was convinced it was going to be a fun experience, so riding a donkey it is! We asked for directions and the souvenir store lady told us: “Keep walking ahead, you’ll start to smell them!”   Smell them? I didn’t understand at first. “Thank you so much!” I replied. We kept walking and out of the sudden we start to smell this disgusting (yet so weird) smell. “Omg please don’t tell me that’s how the Donkey’s smell?” I thought.   Of course they smelled disgusting. There are at least 60 donkeys just waiting in line eating and pooping everywhere… It was funny! “Let’s just do it. We are …

How To Overcome Jet Lag: Here’s What You Need to Do

Having Jet Lag is horrible, simply put. There’s no other way to explain how awful the experience of having a bad night’s sleep feels like. That moment when your body simply cannot function anymore. Over the past years I’ve learned how to overcome Jet Lag by simply following the advice below. Sadly for me I had to learn the hard way and experience complete exhaustion a couple of times until I learned to train my body. The following advice is for people traveling “across the pond” (America to Europe for example) on an overnight flight not longer than 10 hours. Here’s what you need to do: Before the flight:  “Planning ahead is always a good idea.” Get a good night sleep the night prior to your overnight flight! Thumbs up for a well rested body ready to travel! Lol When booking plane tickets, think red-eye. Usually, transatlantic flights from West to East are red-eyes. I highly recommend to book a red-eye flight in order to adjust to the destination’s schedule easier.   Gather all your …

How To Travel Abroad With Your Dog


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The process can be very overwhelming for first timers, but this step-by-step guide has everything you need to know. Step 1: Do your research First off, head over to your airline’s “Pet Policy” section of their website and learn the Terms and Conditions regarding pet travel. From my personal experience, I would recommend flying  American Airlines.  American Airlines is the best option for international pet travel. First off, you are allowed to take your dog in cabin (medium and small dog-size only.)   Step 2: Call your airline to make a reservation for your pet     Once you book your flight, make sure you give them a call to reserve a spot for your pet. Many airlines have a maximum of 7 pets per cabin/flight policy.      Step 3: Make an appointment with your vet   Let your vet know that you are traveling outside of the United States and that you need a official health certificate for the USDA (United States Department of Agriculture) to review and approve. Also, make sure all vaccines …

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What To See & Do in Mykonos

Grey, blue and white.. the three colors of Mykonos. Let’s take a closer look at the wonderful paradise that Mykonos is all about! This small island has more to offer than any major city in the world. In terms of quantity, maybe not. But Mykonos is all about unique sights of nature and architecture with a relaxation feel. I spent four days in Mykonos but I wish I could stay there for at least a week. Although touristy activities are limited in the island, Mykonos offers the perfect spot for an afternoon to read your favorite book while listening to the waves of the ocean and the birds singing nearby. Add some cocktails to that equation and boom! What’s not to love? Here’s a list of things you must see & do: 1) Get lost in Old Mykonos! 2) Watch the sunset from Little Venice 3) Take a picture in Mykonos' smallest street! See if you can fit through. (I did haha)  4) Spot "Petros", Mykonos' only pelican! Isn’t he adorable? Locals always make sure …