Sponsored Guest Post Did you know that Hawaii attracts around 10 million tourists each year? If you’re like me, you love traveling to places that have a little bit of everything for every taste. As it turns out, Hawaii is the perfect place to sightsee, relax, and go on thrilling adventures. Are you trying to figure out… Read More 5 Can’t-Miss Hawaii Attractions for Tourists
The beautiful coastline around San Diego is a year-round attraction for locals and visitors alike. One of the best aspects of this is the abundance of animal activity. San Diego offers some of the best whale watching in the country. Of course, you don’t want to arrive and learn that there are no whales around.… Read More What Is the Best Month for Whale Watching In San Diego?
An All-American Road Trip calls for some All-American stops. Although I encourage exploring other countries and cultures as often as I can, sometimes it’s true that there’s no place like home. The gorgeous scenery and vast untamed stretches of land make a West Coast road trip an adventure unlike any other. The hardest part is… Read More 25 Stops To Hit On A West Coast American Road Trip
Sponsored Guest Post Mountainous yet nautical, rugged, but also refined — these are adjectives one can use to describe Maine. The state has a variety of destinations to offer. Apart from these destinations, the state is also abundant in year-round activities that you can experience. In summer, you can enjoy boating while during winter, you… Read More Top Camping and Glamping Destinations in Portland, Maine
I wrote a similar article about how to prepare for going on a solo road trip but I quickly realized that things go very differently depending on the season of the road trip. Currently at the tail-end of my late-fall/early-winter road trip, I had my fair share of “why am I doing this” moments. Pushing through… Read More How To Prepare For A Winter Road Trip
For any traveler making their way through Europe, Asia, South America, and even Central America, staying at a hostel is not only budget-friendly but extremely fun. So far, in the hostels I’ve stayed in at the U.S., it can barely even be considered budget-friendly. While some people cringe at the idea of sharing rooms with… Read More When Will Hostel Culture Catch On In The U.S.?
The wide open road. Alone time. Complete control over what music you get to play in the car. Going on a road trip alone can be one of the best adventures you can take. You don’t need to cater to anyone besides yourself, which means you can leave as soon as you want. You can… Read More Solo Road Trips: Things You Need To Know Before Embarking
Palms are sweaty. Knees weak. Arms are heavy. Vomit on your sweater, already? Eminem could have very well written Lose Yourself about taking on Angel’s Landing. The daunting hike is one of the world’s scariest and deadliest. The uphill battle becomes exponentially more difficult once you close in on the final stretch. Looking down on… Read More 5 Things You Should Know Before Hiking Angel’s Landing