Czech Republic

Prague in 2 Days: What to See, Do, and Eat

Prague in 3 days - travel with mia - old town

Prague, the Czech Republic’s largest city, is filled with Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque architecture, stunning churches, and all the beer you can drink. The city is easy to navigate via metros, trams, and buses but for the most part, you can see a lot on foot. Of course, you won’t see ALL of Prague in 2 […]

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Asia

The Beginner’s Guide to Tokyo on a Budget

Shibuya Crossing - Tokyo on a budget

Tokyo, Japan is a vibrant city with a population of 9+ million people. It’s a city that sprawls upward instead of outward due to the limited space and throngs of people. In one building, you can find a clothing store, restaurant, nightclub, pharmacy, a Karaoke bar, and several floors of residential apartments. There isn’t one thing […]

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Reviews

thredUP: Not Your Mom’s Consignment Shop

I talk a lot about “seeing more and spending less” and today is no different. If you’ve seen my Instagram feed or pictures on the blog, you’ll notice I don’t have a ton of style. Yes, I outed myself as “style-challenged”. To be honest, I don’t do much shopping because I want to spend all […]

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Asia

Top 5 Beaches and Islands in the Philippines

boracay philippines-travel with mia

If you’re looking for a tropical getaway, look no further than the Philippines. With over 7,000 islands spanning 115,000 square miles, the Philippines is truly paradise on earth. Unfortunately, with all those islands it can be difficult to choose a destination.  Luckily, there are tons of Vacation packages for the Philippines to get you started on your […]

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City Guides

Dubrovnik in 3 Days: What to See, Do, and Eat in 72 Hours

Dubrovnik - Travel with Mia - Old Town

Dubrovnik, Croatia, the ‘Pearl of the Adriatic’, is situated along the stunning Dalmatian coast. If you’re lucky enough to visit, you’ll want to get the most out of your trip and maximize your time. I’m not here to tell you whether you should “slow travel” or “fast travel” (if that’s a thing). I’m just here […]

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