In the past six months I’ve spent over eighty nights in luxury hotel rooms, however, very few can compare with the One and Only Palmilla in Cabo San Lucas. I was fortunate enough to spend three nights here and I can easily say their service, amenities and location are top notch. The rooms are Read Post
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Recently I’ve been on the hunt for a daypack that I can take anywhere. Luckily for me, Thule has developed their new Stir series to bring comfort, practicality and style to solve all my backpacking needs. The lightweight nature of their new hiking bags make them great for a day at the beach or an overnight camping trip Read Post
So many of my favorite memories from my childhood include going to Hawaii on family vacations. Growing up in California, I’ve been fortunate to spend quite a lot of time in Hawaii, mainly between Maui and Kauai. I love Kauai for it’s subtle but dominant presence. Kauai is rustic. It stays true to its natural Read Post
In the past few years Iceland has become a tourist hotspot. It used to sound so far away, so foreign, so unknown, the elusive…Iceland. However, nowadays I hear of more and more people making the trek to the sparsely populated country of only 320,000 people. I’ll admit, this past year I was one of those people Read Post
2015 was an amazing year for me. I went to countries I never thought I’d make it to and was blown away by some of the incredible sites I saw along the way. A year and twenty-two countries later, and I’m still traveling, more than ever. Although my traveling is still nonstop, I’m happy to now Read Post
As you make your way up the lushly overgrown North Shore of Kauai you pass empty beaches and massive emerald colored mountains. You almost get to the end of the road before you reach your final destination. Nestled on a quiet neighborhood street a mere 101 steps from the Pacific Ocean, sits the Hale Ho’o Read Post