Happy New Year! I couldn’t be more excited about 2017. I get married in 6 months, and my fiancé and I are going on a trip to Colombia in just one week. It will be our first time in continental South America and our first time traveling to a Latin American country together. 2017 is already looking great! As for 2016, it was a magical year. I went to 2 new countries, started this blog, got a new job, and best of all, got engaged to the love of my life! This post
Family vacation can be stressful—but not with Carnival Cruise! No matter what your interests are, there is something for everyone aboard the ship: pools, hot tubs, and slides; casinos, live performance shows, and nightlife; breakfast, lunch, and dinner—all included. And that’s just the beginning of the fun! When you’re on a cruise, each day brings a new adventure as you stop at various ports. I can’t think of an easier way to explore multiple cultures and destinations during a limited timeframe. My family went on a 5 day cruise with
2016 was a big year: I started a new job, created a new blog, and entered a new relationship status — fiancé! This year also contained many exciting new adventures, both domestic and international. From the snowy slopes of Park City to the sunny shores of Miami, Aruba’s divi divi trees to Dublin’s autumn leaves, it’s been quite the year of travel. Here are my travel highlights of 2016! Park City, Utah Park City, Utah—home to a pictoresque downtown, the Sundance Film Festival, and some of the best skiing in the United States.
When college friends reunite, it means good food, good fun, and throwback adventures. This weekend, I gathered with college roomies for a Nashville Staycation — Tourist Style. Because sometimes being a tourist in your hometown is just fun! Our weekend featured three highlights that locals and tourists alike will enjoy: real Southern food at the Loveless Cafe, the Midnite Jamboree at the Texas Troubadour Theatre, and the Sunday in the South river cruise on the General Jackson Showboat. Loveless Cafe Let’s just put it this way: it was worth driving the