Author Archives: kaltaratourtravel

Northern California Packing Guide for Women

So much more than San Francisco’s city landscapes, NorCal is known for its sea-to-mountain naturally beautiful scenery and plentiful bucket list-worthy destinations. Whether you’re headed to Napa for the wine, Tahoe for the snow, Yosemite for the hiking or Santa Cruz for the ocean, there’s a handful of essentials you don’t want to be caught without!   Northern California Packing ...

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10 Best Islands to Visit in West Sweden

The West Sweden archipelago is made up of over 8000 islands, each with their own unique offerings and charm. Gothenburg’s archipelago and the quaint Bohulsän coast is filled with lush forests, crystal clear blue waters, rocky shores, amazing accommodation and food options, and enlightening cultural festivals. With so many options, it can be hard to know which of these islands ...

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14 Things to Do at Mall of America (+ helpful tips)

I never thought I’d go on a vacation to a shopping mall. I first heard about Mall of America® in Bloomington, Minnesota a couple of years ago when a travel blogging conference was held there. I was confused as to why they’d host it in a mall. But then I learned, Mall of America (MOA) is much more than just a ...

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Everything you need to know about surviving winter in New Zealand

Listen up, everyone! It’s the first week of June. Winter has officially arrived. Grab your woolen sweaters! Raid the supermarkets for supplies! Gather your loved ones inside. THIS IS NOT A DRILL. You may think I’m being dramatic because New Zealand actually has a relatively mild climate year-round compared to say, Canada or Siberia, but trust me on this: winter ...

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Bonaire Travel Guide + Packing Tips

What Caribbean island sits just 80 km off the coast of Venezuela, is part of the Netherlands, is world-renowned for diving, and consistently wins awards for sustainable tourism? Spoiler alert: it’s Bonaire! Bonaire is home to beautiful white sand beaches, famously friendly locals, and some of the most gorgeous nature reserves in the Caribbean. With nary a traffic light in ...

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Besides blogging, here are 5 ways to quit your job and travel

Five years ago I walked into my boss’s office with sweaty palms and a cracking my voice and handed in my resignation. I wasn’t going to a competitor. I wasn’t moving companies. I was DONE. I was done with working in an office. I was done with feeling unfulfilled in my work. I was done meticulously counting my vacation days ...

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