4 Great Reasons to Spend the Day at the Oregon Zoo

Guest Post by Sarah Saker Portland, Oregon is an unassuming city, much like the majority of cities across the United States. It doesn’t have the renown that places such as New York City, Los Angeles, Miami, or Chicago have. But that is alright. This gives places like Portland a quaintness that the metropolises of America cannot achieve. And there are some great things to see in Portland, including a city underground and an extinct volcano! But it is the Oregon… Read more »

10 Unique Hotels Around the World for Adventure Lovers

Care to scuba dive to your hotel room? How about zip lining down the side of a cliff after you check out of your room? Or a hotel so remote they actually PAY for you to stay at it? Does it sound like I’m making these things up? I can assure you these are all real and very unique hotels! And it makes me so excited that they exist (except for the underwater hotel you have to scuba dive to…that’s… Read more »

Moscow, Russia for New Year's Ever River Cruise Review

This year we spent New Year’s Eve in Moscow, Russia and my brother-in-law was visiting for the occasion too! This was really exciting for us and we wanted to go all out to ring in the New Year. My biggest regret when we tried to watch the NYE fireworks display in Sydney, Australia, was that we had gone to a public space and fought for the chance to see them (and we didn’t really get to see much). So, my… Read more »

The Ultimate Traveler’s Guide to Function & Fashion

If there is one thing I’m getting better at doing, it’s packing my suitcase for any trip lined up on my calendar. Whether I’m visiting the hot & humid Amazon rainforest or snowy & cold Russia, I always keep a list of essentials to ensure my travel wardrobe is primed and prepared for any occasion! Whether it’s your first long trip to a new country, or you’re packing up for a weekend getaway, you should always plan outfits with versatility… Read more »

Tips for Traveling to Tropical Destinations

Guest writer Mariel Santos from the Philippines offers some useful dress and health tips for first-time travelers to the tropics It’s at this time of the year that us folks living in cold climates start dreaming of a tropical vacation. The Caribbean, Costa Rica, the Maldives, Southeast Asia or Tahiti – there are dozens of tropical destinations within easy reach by direct flights from almost anywhere in the world. Relaxing on a white sandy beach under a swaying coconut palm,… Read more »

How to Spend 3 Days in Cappadocia, Turkey – The Ultimate Itinerary

Usually, I start my itinerary posts off lamenting how I wish I had more time in whatever place I’m writing about. However, for once, I think I finally figured out the appropriate amount of time to visit a place (at least this place). Having 3 days in the Cappadocia region of Turkey felt like just the right amount of time to see the highlights of Cappadocia! How to Spend 3 Days in Cappadocia, Turkey – The Ultimate Itinerary Day 1… Read more »

Hot Air Balloons + Floral Maxi Skirt

Skirt (Similar here, here & here | Cardigan (Similar here & here) | Shoes | Scarf (Similar) I’m going to be honest here, I’ve been procrastinating editing this particular set of photos from Turkey because I thought they were all going to be awful. Which I know sounds ridiculous – LOOK AT THAT BACKDROP. How can you have a bad pic with that? But, as you may recall in my previous posts, there were a lot of incredibly rude and… Read more »

What I Wore for the Sultan Cave Suites Famous Terrace (for Viewing the Hot Air Balloons)

Sultan Cave Suites in Goreme, Turkey is best known for its breakfast terrace. From here, you are treated to a breathtaking view of hot air balloons rising above Goreme every morning (weather permitting). This hotel is quickly gaining popularity, thanks to shots of its terrace going viral on Instagram. But before you book your stay here, you’re probably wondering… is the hotel itself that nice? What are the rooms like? Do you get to eat that awesome looking breakfast splattered… Read more »

Have Clothes, Will Travel’s 2019 Travel Bucket List

Happy 2019! I hope everyone had a wonderful time ringing in the New Year. I thought it would be fun to start my first post of 2019 off with a travel bucket list! I did one of these lists back in 2017 and really enjoyed looking back to see which countries I made it to (like New Zealand and Turkey) and which ones are still on my list (or moved down a bit lower). I also loved reading everyone else’s… Read more »

Have Clothes, Will Travel Most Popular & Least Popular Blog posts of 2018

Another year has come to an end! I hope you all had a wonderful 2018 and an even more wonderful 2019. Thank you so much for following Have Clothes, Will Travel through this year – I appreciate each and every one of you taking time out of your days to read my posts. And as I did last year and the year before, I put together this post to show which of my blog posts were hits and which were… Read more »

Guest post by Sarah Williams Thailand is a beautiful country that has a lot to offer every kind of traveler! And, whether you are visiting this magnificent country for the first or tenth time, it is crucial to prepare in advance. Being prepared for such an endeavor will ensure everyone has a fun and exciting trip. Below, you will find 8 unique things to add to your itinerary. 8 Unique Things To Do In Thailand Go To An Elephant Sanctuary… Read more »

Nutcracker in the Castle

I lied. There is a blog post today! Merry Christmas Eve, everyone. I didn’t want Christmas to pass and not share this amazing yearly exhibit at the Paine Art Center in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. My family and I had visited Nutcracker in the Castle over the weekend, and despite it taking place every year, this was all our first time going to it! Each room of this historic estate is transformed into scenes from the Nutcracker fairy tale and it is… Read more »

photos of Christmas in Moscow, Russia

Christmas in Moscow, Russia is one of the most magical things I have ever seen in my life. It looks like this city was plucked right from a fairytale! For this post, I’m going to share 20 of my favorite photos of Moscow during Christmastime. But here’s the thing, while we’re going to be celebrating Christmas on Dec. 25th…Moscow celebrates Orthodox Christmas, which is January 7th. So, Christmas festivities are only getting started here! Once I get back to Moscow… Read more »

amazing ways to travel Europe

Guest post by Simon Rae Europe is a great vacation destination given its fabulous history, great culture and the many places you can visit. These include shopping in Paris, the Italian food, beauty and carnival of Venice, parties in Ibiza, skiing in St. Moritz Switzerland, the Malta islands, or a visit to wine producers of Europe such as Italy, Spain, and France among other great places. However, which unique ways can you use to visit Europe and enjoy all that… Read more »

Guest post by Angelica St. Rose Getting married is a monumental event; of course, it’s natural to want to make the day as special as possible! And what better way to do that than to say your “I do’s” in a fairytale castle of your own? Memories of feeling like royalty, being swept up in lavish regality imbibed with rich, history, will last you for a lifetime. Now, I totally understand. You may have valid questions on this, with the… Read more »

Guest post by Eric Adamczyk Taking a day trip from Fresno, California may seem like an odd guide to write. But hear me out! Fresno has a population of over a half million people and that number just keeps increasing. There are many homes for sale in Fresno and many new faces moving in. So, whether you’ve lived in Fresno your whole life or just bought a home here, it’s time to get out and explore! This list is featuring… Read more »

The Top 8 Things to See in Singapore

Guest post by Erica Fedco Singapore is an amazing country with numerous attractions that can interest any person. If you are planning to visit Singapore, you should learn some of the best things to see in Singapore. It is part of the preparation for the trip just like applying for a visa and buying the necessary gear. Since there are many attractions, this article will highlight eight of the best. The Top 8 Things to See in Singapore Marina Bay… Read more »

20 Amazing Gift Ideas for Travelers

Gift shopping for the travelers in your life is not the easiest task! Plane tickets are expensive…and what else does a traveler want anyways? This post is here to explain! I’ll be sharing gift ideas for travelers that range from sentimental to practical…and even a few that I’ve received myself over the years! My family has really had their work cut out for them over the years, as we not only are obsessed with travel, we didn’t have a home… Read more »

The Best Black Friday Weekend Sales

Oh, it’s the most wonderful time of year! Where everything is on sale and stores are packed to the gills and lines are miles long. But, fortunately, we live in the age of the Internet! And all the lovely deals you can get in store are also available online! I’ve done all of my Christmas shopping online the past few years, and I am doing the same this year. (Plus, I want to get a couple things for myself, haha…like… Read more »

Selime Monastery

Heading to Cappadocia, Turkey? When you book your Green Tour of the area with New Goreme Tours, mention “Lindsey of Have Clothes, Will Travel” for 10% off your entire purchase with New Goreme Tours! We’ve covered the “Red Tour” in Cappadocia, Turkey. So, now it’s time to discuss what the Green Tour is! Out of the two tours, though, I have to say…if I had to pick a favorite, I’d have to say it’s the Green Tour. I also have… Read more »

Love valley

Heading to Cappadocia, Turkey? When you book your Red Tour of the area with New Goreme Tours, mention “Lindsey of Have Clothes, Will Travel” for 10% off your entire tour purchase with New Goreme Tours! There’s more to the Cappadocia region of Turkey than just hot air balloons! From the Open Air Museum to “Love Valley”…there’s an incredible amount of history and natural beauty to explore in Cappadocia. For this post, I’ll explain what the “Red Tour” is, what you… Read more »

How to Dress for the Red & Green Tours in Cappadocia, Turkey

Boots c/o* | Jeans | Jacket | Cardigan (similar) | Scarf | Sunnies (similar) I decided to write this post because it seems like there are quite a few misconceptions about how you should dress for these day tours in Cappadocia, Turkey. I have a suspicion that Instagram is to blame for this. Heck, if you had only glanced at my outfit post from Monday, you might have thought that’s actually what I wore for a day out and about… Read more »

What It’s Like to Ride a Hot Air Balloon in Cappadocia, Turkey with Butterfly Balloons

*Thank you to Butterfly Balloons for partnering with me for this post. As always, all opinion are my own, and I am never compensated for a positive review. Cappadocia, Turkey is famous for many things…However, its hot air balloon rides are perhaps its most distinguishing feature. Roughly 100 balloons take to the skies every morning (weather permitting). It’s one of the most beautiful things I’ve ever seen…and it happens every morning at sunrise! (This area has the perfect weather for… Read more »

What I Wore for the Sultan Cave Suites Famous Terrace (for Viewing the Hot Air Balloons)

Scarf c/o* | Skirt c/o* | Sweater c/o* (Similar here) | Heels Anyone with an Instagram account has likely seen the iconic images of someone posing in a cute outfit as the hot air balloons rise beautifully at sunrise behind them. This is in the Cappadocia region of Turkey, and the majority of these images are coming from the terrace of the Sultan Cave Suites in the town of Göreme. (FYI – You can only use the terrace if you’re… Read more »

3 Great Ways to Chronicle Your Adventure Travels

Guest Post by Sarah Saker There’s nothing as exhilarating as going somewhere new. The thrill of walking a new path, the apprehension of taking a different route, or the serenity from the view of a mountain peak stimulates us in ways that our careers and other hobbies never could. Allowing ourselves to reconnect with our more natural, primitive instincts in the woods, deserts, and hills give us a sense of fulfillment that has kept adventurers the world over globetrotting for… Read more »

Guest post by Alex Reddle Barcelona is a beautiful city in Spain’s Catalonia region, known for its art and architecture. There are also frequent deals on getaways to Barcelona…and whether you’ve been married for years or recently met your partner on dating site flirt.com, Barcelona is a city that can give Paris a run for its money as a romantic getaway! This post will explain how you can make the most of your time in Barcelona with your sweetheart. Planning… Read more »

Jack the Ripper Tours

Guest Post by Aaron Hanson Happy Halloween! Today’s post is a spooky guest post out of London, England. Enjoy! The Jack the Ripper murders are 130 years old this year, yet interest in this infamous Victorian murder mystery is as strong as ever. Maybe it’s the catchy name, or the fact the killer wasn’t caught or perhaps it’s the idea that the killer could have been a member of the royal family or a surgeon that has helped keep interest… Read more »