From Budapest to Krakow – a Jewish Heritage and Wine Tour

Budapest Parliament Nighttime

This Drop Me Anywhere Tour for Women is a Jewish Heritage and Wine Tour and can accommodate a maximum of 8 women, plus myself. This is not a religious tour, but more historical with a concentration on Jewish history and culture. If you aren’t Jewish (and if you are), you’ll find it incredibly interesting. Read on:

The Great Migration

Me

Hello adventurous Virtual Travel Buddies. I’m taking on a new adventure. That would be transferring my WordPress hosted website to a self-hosted one. It’s called migrating and makes me feel a bit like a bird. I’ve never been a fan of birds; don’t understand birdwatchers. I feel like the bird doesn’t seem to know its […]

Drop Me Anywhere Tours for Women

Women's Tours

When you want to travel solo, but not alone. Welcome to Drop Me Anywhere Tours for Women! What? Women? Gentlemen, it’s not that you’re not invited but, well, yeh it is. I love you guys; in fact, I’ve loved more than one of you guys (not at the same time). But solo female travel is […]

Ignite Phoenix

Well, hello there. Yes, I know, it’s been awhile. So much is happening as I try to make some bucks. This means leading some tours, pitching and writing magazine articles (if you follow Drop Me Anywhere on social media, you’ll have seen those posts), opening a women’s tour company (more to come on that later), […]

A Colombian Dream – La Cabaña Eco Hotel – Review

Main Building

Green Acres is the place to be. Farm living is the life for me. Land spreadin’ out so far and wide. Keep Medellin and give me that countryside.   Sometimes you return to a place which you loved, only to find it a disappointment. Perhaps it’s no longer trying so hard. Or maybe it’s under […]

The Good, the Bad, and the Gracias's – Colombia

Here I am! Yeh, I know it’s been a bit too long. I left you without a Drop Me Anywhere ending. I seemingly went under the radar and, for all you knew, decided to go live with a lost tribe in the Amazon (would you be surprised?). Or, perhaps Tarantulina Jolie decided she no longer […]

Fifty Shades of Green

Hector

Following yesterday’s long hike, I wake expecting to feel more sore than I do. With just a little tenderness in my quadriceps, I choose to have a relaxing morning hanging on the farm and writing. A light on-and-off rain is falling and the various chairs scattered on the porch surrounding the building are very comfortable. […]

How Green Was My Valley

Wax Palm Trees

Stop what you’re doing! Seriously, stop right now and get on your computer – oh, I guess you’re already on it. Ok then, leave this page and immediately book a trip to Salento, Colombia. You can fly into Periera or Armenia (yes, Armenia, Colombia) or, if you want, you can fly to Medellin or Bogota […]

The Wheels on the Bus Go Round and Round

Salon Malaga

It’s my final day in Medellin and I don’t want to leave. Then again, I didn’t want to leave Cartagena, or Minca so I guess you could say I love Colombia. I spend the day exploring some different areas with my new friend Marcela. We begin by visiting the Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana where Marcela went […]