nikkismall
nikkismall

I travel for work and I travel for my soul. A couple of years ago I would never have believed it was possible. With a work schedule that keeps me busy around the clock throughout the year and with VERY limiting allergies it seems on paper that travel would be nearly impossible. 

I am proving that to be a false assumption constantly and I am so excited to share just HOW I make it happen with you along with the best and worst hotels, highways, and adventures!

*Important note: For the most part, the hotels/motels we choose for our adventures are lower priced (read: cheapo) because the most convenient thing for us is to stay on the bottom floor of an outdoor-access facility. We travel with a mini kitchen and huge ice chest of food among our luggage and on the occasion that we stay in a larger, indoor, nicer facility, it is logistically very difficult and exhausting to trek all that stuff up and down stairs and hallways, especially if we are only staying overnight. In my hotel reviews here you will find mostly reviews for convenient and budget-friendly places. While I'm never expecting the Ritz Carlton for $59 + tax, I have seen firsthand that for that price you can get a very clean, spacious, and safe motel orrrr you can get a dingy dump where hookers and drug dealers post up. My hope is to help you find more of the former for your next trip! If you are able to travel light and don't have a budget, please let us know where you are staying in the areas we blog! 

 

Travelling for work I get to see some of the most incredible (and worst) places. Check my "travelography" posts for photos, tips, and reviews on places to stay, things to do, and my favorite highways.