We were looking for a fun way to get around Cozumel from the cruise port, and biking was the perfect way. We were able to ride our bikes to the ocean, snorkel and ride back. If you’re looking for something a little more off-the-beaten-path in Cozumel, consider renting bikes!
Flying through the forest and floating through a cave seemed like a perfect way to spend an afternoon in Belize. Turns out, it was the perfect afternoon. If you like adventure, forests, caves, trees and nice people, you should consider this excursion.
Do you remember when you were a kid and someone would ask what super powers you’d want to have? Would you rather be able to fly or breathe underwater? The best part is I actually do have superpowers. Not only did I fly to the Caribbean, I also could breathe underwater!
If you’ve ever had a chance to hug a sloth, you know how incredible it is. Ever since we got back from our Caribbean Cruise, we’ve been telling everyone what the highlights were. And this was one of them!
I can’t believe I’m saying this, but we are coming to the end of 2018. At the end of every year, I take a minute to reflect on the travels and milestones of the year. This year didn’t feel as crazy as some years past, but we definitely explored some new places!
I wrote a post called “Six things you never need to pack” back in 2016. I still stand behind the information, but I’ve changed my tune slightly on a few of them. So, here are six things you might not need to pack.
I’m all about saving money, time and hassle when it comes to traveling. If there is a way to do something better or cheaper, count me in. I’ll try anything once. There are some travel hacks, however, I’ve tried more than once.
“I have found out that there ain’t no surer way to find out whether you like people or hate them than to travel with them.” Mark Twain. If that’s the case, then what we’ve found out in 10 years of travel is that we actually do like each other. The secret sauce to a good…
In December, we celebrate ten years of marriage. It also marks another milestone: ten years of traveling together. Last week, I shared some of the highlights of our decade of travel. In this post, I’ll be highlighting some of our favorite hikes through the decade.
December 13 is our ten year wedding anniversary. That means we’ve been exploring the world together for ten years. I’m only 30, so realizing that 10 years is one-third of my life is crazy. But, I wouldn’t have it any other way. In celebration of the anniversary, I thought I’d start a series on my…
Charleston, West Virginia’s unofficial motto is “Hip, Historic, Almost heaven.” I was skeptical about this claim, but after spending a beautiful fall weekend there, I can confidently say it’s definitely hip and historic. As far as it being “almost heaven”, I’ll leave that up to you!
Have you ever followed a recipe for anything titled “the best” and been extremely disappointed? I have. I’ve tried about 10 “best blueberry muffin” recipes, and none of them were as good as my friend Amanda’s. While I know calling this “the best travel itinerary recipe” could welcome some people who don’t like the taste,…
When people share with me about their upcoming trip, I often hear the same things. I also tend to respond to those things with little tidbits of advice. I try not to be obnoxious, but I am genuinely excited for people to go somewhere that I just want them to enjoy every second of it. …
Extra, extra! Read all about it. I’ve been quoted in a few different news outlets this summer and felt like I should write a post about it. It’s too bad we don’t have newsies anymore to carry the banner. I guess I’ll just carry my own banner on here.
Ohio has it’s perks for travel-lovers. It’s approximately halfway between Chicago and NY. Ohioans are within easy driving distance to places like Washington D.C., Toronto, Philadelphia, Grand Rapids, St. Louis, Nashville, Colombia and Memphis. Living in Columbus, Ohio, smack dab in the middle of the state, means we are centrally-located enough to drive to West…
Edinburgh is one of my all-time favorite cities to visit. It’s got an eclectic mix of architecture, beautiful nature walks that are confusing because they are so incredibly close to the main part of the city and this eerie, foggy weather that makes you think you’re on the set of Sherlock Holmes. It’s easy to…
Iceland was a beautiful place to visit. If you don’t believe me, check out my post from last week where I sang the praises of it’s beauty! This week, I’m going to myth-bust the expectations I had for the trip. What I expected was not necessarily my reality, at all.
Between the cheap flights and the hundreds of beautiful outdoor sights including hot springs, Iceland has quickly become THE place to be. In fact, there were six times more tourists in Iceland in 2017 than the people who live there! It is definitely a tourist hot bed.
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