La Playa y Tacos de Pescados: A Solo Girl’s Guide to Puerto Vallarta

It’s only taken me months to get to this and I figure what better timing to write another solo travel blog than coming up on the New Year? While I wasn’t exactly solo, I really only shared the hotel with a friend and we mainly did our own thing. I am always on the lookout […]

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Dear Bali, You changed me forever

  If you’re reading this, and plan to read the whole thing, I’d grab some popcorn, some wine and the comfy section of your couch because this is possibly the longest, most vulnerable blog post I have ever written. And I’m not mad about it. I’m going to be open and vulnerable first then I’ll […]

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TOUR DE GRAND CANYON: ULTIMATE SOUTHWEST PLANNING GUIDE

  Before moving west to LA, I had never really experienced mountains. From driving through winding hills or carving around canyons lining the oceans and red rock cliffs, let me give you some advice – put your camera down, put on some soulful or upbeat music and soak it in. After driving from LA to […]

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Take Off for Thailand

It’s almost time. The day has come, and I’m about to take off on a 10 day adventure across the world to Thailand! This has been my dream trip for as long as I can remember. As you can imagine, I’ve been researching, planning and organizing all aspects for quite some time, should the opportunity ever […]

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Craving Çuracao Pt.2 – the Dive

Have you ever felt the pull of the ocean on your body? It’s one of the most invigorating adrenaline rushes I’ve ever experienced. It’s probably why I am so obsessed with open waters and the ocean. Taking up scuba diving is hands down one of the most incredible experiences I’ve ever taken part of. The […]

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Buenos Dias Bogotá

Running around Bogotá, Colombia by myself for 18 hours during a long layover is the most invigorating, spontaneous thing I have done in a while, and I absolutely loved every minute of it. I’ve been getting a lot of questions about how I planned for such a short time and made it work (without getting […]

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Craving Curaçao

Prepping for international travel can be a bit overwhelming, especially if you don’t travel often. Having lived in four different states at 13 addresses, not including internationally, I can safely say I have learned how to travel by trial and error. What works for others may not work for you and it’s important to establish […]

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