Trip Completely Cancelled

Watching the news and keeping an eye on what has been going on globally, it’s no wonder the flights and plans we’ve made have be cancelled. I completely understand that it’s more important to be healthy and safe than it is to visit a beach or get on a cruise. I do cherish my health, […]

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Traveling Amid CoronaVirus

Over the past few weeks I’ve had family and friends reach out to me about my upcoming trip to Europe. My parents want me to cancel everything, my friends suggest traveling to different locations, and I just want to go ahead with my current plans. Everyone is offering their opinions because of the CoronaVirus panic. […]

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Passport Renewal: Pt 2

I should have posted How Long Does It Take To Renew A U.S. Passport¬†By Mail a lot sooner.¬† I would have, if I had known that as soon as the post went up I’d get an email with an updated on my application process. As soon as the post went up, I received an email […]

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New Year, Old Stories

      My friends, Yemisi and Val, invited me to join them on another episode on their podcast! This time we talk about silly travel experiences (I’ve traveled with each of these ladies) and how to sneak back into a hostel. I come to a serious conclusion as to why I tend to miss […]

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Travel Profile!

I hope everyone had a wonderful Holiday, I’m very excited for the New Year! I’m already planning some new trips and wonderful experiences to share here with each of you! Until then, I’m filling out my travel profile in my latest video. Don’t forget to subscribe to the Youtube Channel Wilde Child Travels for travel […]

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When Things Go Wrong

Traveling is fun and, with the growing variety of hashtags and posts on social media, looks easier and as flawless as ever. That’s not always the case in reality. Social media shows the beautiful side of vacation, or even just the highlights of the good moments of a trip, and rarely the gritty side. Being […]

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Sperlonga & Gaeta

Two Italian beach towns you’ve probably never heard of, and why they should be your next stop!

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Tea Time & Shoreditch

This summer I was so lucky to be able to spend time with my friends abroad. The first stop was London, where I joined Yemisi before we hopped over to Italy for a totally stunning weekend. Of course I want to share all of the highlights, but it wouldn’t be a totally true account if […]

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Long Haul Must-Haves

Long haul trips can be really stressful, but having your travel essentials can make it a lot easier. Everyone has their own list of items that they prefer to keep close at hand while on a train, plane, or in a car. These items are things you cannot live without while away from home and […]

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Group Travel: Money $

I’m winding down on the Group Travel Series. To get all of the tips on how to navigate a group trip, feel free to start at the beginning – Group Travel: How To Start! ! On an update for my own upcoming group trip to London and Rome, our numbers have dwindled from four to […]

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