A Charming Home Exchange in Nice

Oct 01st, 2014

Will from London did a home swap in Nice, France, and had nothing but nice things to say about it! Here is what he shared with us about his home exchange experience:   “We did a non-simultaneous home exchange last year, as the other … Continue reading

Getting Started: Steps for your First Home Exchange

Sep 23rd, 2014

Now that the rhythm of fall is here and the excitement of summer has passed, it is the perfect time to start planning a home exchange for next summer! These step-by-step instructions are perfect to help the first timer properly … Continue reading

Home Exchange Experience from a Veteran Traveler

Sep 18th, 2014

Susan is one of the most experienced home exchangers we have met during these years, and we have asked her to tell us a bit more about all her experiences home swapping. Here you have a great testimonial to start … Continue reading

4 Places to Eat Like a Local Foodie in LA

Jun 02nd, 2014

Los Angeles is undoubtedly intertwined with the entertainment industry and Hollywood culture. Everything popular, from fashion to food, seems to be extremely trendy. While it can be fun to be hip with the times, there is a reason that things … Continue reading

5 Classic Boston Adventures

May 28th, 2014

From its quaint colonial charm to its raving Red Sox fanatics, Boston is bursting with tradition. Nestled in the center of New England, “Beantown” intertwines history, culture, and sports, offering something to capture the heart and mind of any visitor. … Continue reading

Sydney Restaurants For Mom, Dad, & Your Little Mates

May 20th, 2014

While Aussie renowned Vegemite and Meat Pies are definitely worth a try, the best restaurants in Sydney pride themselves on foods originated from everywhere. This city takes flavors from around the world and makes slight modifications to create a unique, … Continue reading

Where to Eat Like A Local In Sydney

May 13th, 2014

I could write for a year and I would not cover your choices as to where to eat in Sydney. More so than not the restaurants here fall into the first class category; while still offering plenty of cheap and cheerful options. Sydney is … Continue reading

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A Cultural Agenda for the Family in Mexico City

Apr 28th, 2014

It’s easy to breeze through vacation without actually delving into the essence of a city’s history or heart. What makes a city tick is based on an intricate cultural tapestry—woven from history, food, language, and true local leisure. What better … Continue reading