A trip a month – How I did it

For me, 2017 was all about figuring out how to travel more. I set out with a goal to take one trip a month, and at the end of the year, I couldn’t believe I actually took 12 trips. 12 Months, 12 Trips. It didn’t have to be a big trip every month – just get out of NJ once a month – and I can’t tell y’all how refreshing it was! Here’s the list, starting in February – Barcelona, Cuba (my birthday trip!), San Francisco, Boston, Tulum, Boston, Pittsburgh, Washington DC, Saratoga Springs NY, Atlanta, Dallas & Chicago! Full disclosure – I didn’t take a trip in January, but I did two trips in December. So, I guess that counts, no? If you follow me on Insta, you might have seen where all I went last year. Not all new places, but like I said – the goal was to get out of NJ once a month! A lot of people have asked me how I managed to pull this off. So, I figured I’ll do a blog post with some tips on how to travel more! View Post

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Travel Diary: Pittsburgh – 5 Reasons to Visit Now

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Happy Tuesday! Coming fresh(ish) off of my weekend in Pittshburgh, I couldn’t wait to tell you all about why you should add Pittsburgh to your list ASAP! Full disclosure: Pittsburgh took me entirely by surprise …. in the absolute best way possible! Here’s a list of all the things to do in Pittsburgh (mostly, eat)!

  1. The Food: Pittsburgh has amazing food, you guys! Like, I had SO much good food, I would go back just for that (not exaggerating)! View Post
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6 Websites To Find Cheap Flights

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One of the most frequent questions I get asked – how do you book your flights? So, I’m super excited about this post & I hope y’all find it useful – 6 Websites to Find Cheap Flights …. plus a few more! Now, I don’t claim to know alllllll the secrets of the deep, dark web, but I do have a method + some really good sources to find great flight deals. One of my best finds – last November, my roundtrip flight to Colombia, from San Antonio was $530 on Delta! A few reasons why this is awesome – San Antonio is a really small airport and so it’s always expensive to fly in and out of, plus I booked my flight maybe 2 weeks before my trip. Also, I flew in to Bogotá, and flew out of Cartagena! So, all those factors considered, $530 was an awesome flight deal, no? View Post

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Review: Hotelito Azul Tulum

Happy Wanderlust Wednesday, lovelies! In case you missed it, I posted yesterday about the story behind the end of my old blog & the launch of Jet Set Dhruvi! :) I’m so excited for my first official post on this new blog – a review of Hotelito Azul Tulum, where I stayed during my trip last month!

If y’all follow me on Instagram, you probably know I went (back) to Tulum last month, and I stayed at Hotelito Azul Tulum! I love traveling, and I try not to visit the same place – there’s such a big ol’ world out there to see! However, Tulum is an exception. When I went last year, View Post

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I was offered two free nights, at Hotelito Azul. The opinions expressed, in this post, are entirely mine.

3 Days in Medellín, Colombia

Happy Tuesday, y’all! Ok, this post is LONG (like, 3 months) overdue, and I’m so happy I’m finally getting to it. Next up in my Colombia travel diaries – 3 days in Medellín, Colombia! Hope y’all read my last post, about my 3 day itinerary for Bogotá, Colombia. From Bogotá, I flew to Medellín, on a domestic Avianca flight. This view from my plane, as we were descending into Medellín, was incredibly beautiful — View Post

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