Riviera Nayarit is The New Luxury and Wellness Capital of Mexico


Have you heard of Cabo and Cancun, but don’t care for the 20-something party scene? Here’s an alternate beach destination for you in Mexico that offers character, luxury and nature. With a number of upscale resorts, pristine beaches, and a new airlift into Puerto Vallarta, Riviera Nayarit is positioning itself as a new capital of … Continue reading Riviera Nayarit is The New Luxury and Wellness Capital of Mexico

Colorful Culinary Gifts For Your Easter Basket


Instead of confetti and candy, why not fill your Easter baskets with these colorful locally-produced culinary gifts? I have picked a few unique foods and kitchen accessories that will remind you of bright spring colors and will come in handy even after the holiday is over! Shop from the small companies that produce them, and … Continue reading Colorful Culinary Gifts For Your Easter Basket

New Experiences in Savannah, Georgia


Savannah is a charming historic town on the coast of Georgia. Though it’s located only 4 hours drive from Atlanta, many big city dwellers have never been there. In the recent years, Savannah has attracted lots of students, retirees, investors and entrepreneurs. As a result, there are more restored buildings, trendy hotels, and chef driven … Continue reading New Experiences in Savannah, Georgia

Baja is California’s Most Affordable Wine Country


You may have heard of Napa Valley Wine Train or the upscale Sonoma Valley in California. But what if I told you that you can get a similar wine country and fine dining experience at a fraction of the price just south of the border? “Valle De Guadalupe” is an affordable upcoming wine valley of … Continue reading Baja is California’s Most Affordable Wine Country

9 National Parks To Visit in 2021 (Pictures and Tips)


Here are some of the best national parks in the USA that I visited during the pandemic. I have included some tips on how best to avoid crowds, be safe and have a memorable experience. One good thing that came out of 2020 was a desire to get outdoors, and having all the time in … Continue reading 9 National Parks To Visit in 2021 (Pictures and Tips)

Active Getaway in Utah’s Red Mountains


Many of us are pursuing more nature, activity and adventure during our travels. This year, most of my travels have revolved around visiting America’s National Parks. And while doing so, I discovered Red Mountain Resort catering to those looking for an active getaway. Nestled in Southwestern Utah’s red rock bluffs, Red Mountain Resort is a … Continue reading Active Getaway in Utah’s Red Mountains

Holiday Gifts That Give Back – 2020 Edition


It’s been months since I stepped inside the mall! With ongoing lockdowns, online shopping has become second nature. Now that its time to shop for the holidays, most of you would look to your web browser for ideas. So, how about helping each other out by giving meaningful gifts that also give back? One thing … Continue reading Holiday Gifts That Give Back – 2020 Edition

What’s Cruising Going To Look Like in 2021?


In March 2020, I was scheduled on a Mekong River cruise to Vietnam and Cambodia with AmaWaterways. I had booked my cabins, received my visas, and cleared my calendar. Then the world shut down. Countries closed their borders and cruise ships came to a halt. Eight months later, I still have no idea when my … Continue reading What’s Cruising Going To Look Like in 2021?

Travel Stories That Will Restore Faith in Humanity


Continuing from my last post on uplifting travel stories, here are a few more that will make you believe that people are good everywhere and restore your faith in humanity. Thank You For You! One of my first solo travels abroad was to Morocco. I spent three weeks volunteering at a women’s empowerment center in … Continue reading Travel Stories That Will Restore Faith in Humanity

Uplifting Stories Of People I Encountered During My Travels


Travel is the best teacher there is. This saying is used in many different contexts. When we travel, we step back in history, discover a new culture, try different foods, but most of all, encounter all kinds of people. Through my travels, I have realized that there is goodness in everyone, no matter how different … Continue reading Uplifting Stories Of People I Encountered During My Travels