Paris – the city of lights, the city of romance, but more importantly the city with some seriously good eats.
This year for my annual “Birthday Trip“, Jared (my Birthday Twinsie) and Carly (the Usual Travel Partner) went to Paris. A little back history – I lived in France for a year in college and can speak “un peu de Français”. Which I am completely embarrassed by, Continue reading →
South Africa has been on my list of countries to visit for many reasons; the culture and history, scenery, wineries, and of course ANIMALS!!! Last November I found a cheap flight to South Africa and squealed with excitement because I knew that this was going to be my chance to go on a safari and see all of the animals from my Wildlife Fact File binder. *Please tell me I am not the only dork that had this book of animals as a kid? Continue reading →
Here is the thing, I am here to make you laugh. On a recent trip to Croatia and Montenegro I ran into some car issues, had an unexpected visitor in my Airbnb, messed with the law in Montenegro, and of course there was some flirting gone wrong. Continue reading →
September is my favorite month to be in Denver. I’ve lived in Colorado for seven years and each year I look forward to September. My weekends are booked with all things fall, the weather begins to turn, and the leaves start to change. Continue reading →
Cuba has always intrigued me, as a U.S. citizen travel to the Caribbean island has been off limits for most of my life. Then a few years back some of the restrictions were lifted and I was able to get more exposure to the culture, history, and sites through various news outlets and bloggers.
I decided I needed to go. A childhood friend of mine, Sarah, has been wanting to go on an international trip with me. I suggest Cuba. Flights were booked. Passports were stamped. And we were off, off to explore Cuba and embarrass ourselves along the way. Continue reading →