Chefchaouen, the Blue Pearl

Allô Chefchouen, tu es belle! This tiny village settled up in the Riff mountains is said to be painted blue to mirror the sky and heaven to remind us to live a more spiritual life.

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Scotland Travel Guide: For Harry Potter Lovers

Scotland was never on my list until I realized there was tons of Harry Potter locations here (just a tad obsessed if you haven’t already noticed⚡️). We first flew into Edinburg to explore the city for a couple days and then rented a car and headed North. Scotland’s landscape totally blew us away! We got […]

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10 Day Italy Road Trip— Part II

Welcome to Part II of our road trip through Italy. In the first part of our trip we visited the Amalfi coast and Rome. If you want to read up on those places check it out here. I also go over the cost of this road trip (cost of the rental, gas, tolls) as well […]

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10 Day Italy Road Trip— Part I

This trip was something that I had been dreaming of doing for quite a while (like most I am sure). The iconic boot shape of Italy has its toes in the Mediterranean Sea at its Southern tip, snow-capped Alps at its Northern top, stunning beaches and culturally enriched cities in the middle zipper part. It’s […]

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Staying at Occidental Caribe in Punta Cana

This four-star hotel located just 20 miles away from Punta Cana international airport features a swim-up cocktail bar, 2 lagoon-type pools, water park for kids, spa, game room, night club, seven restaurants, eight bars, a gym, kids’ club, and live entertainment. Of course, the real star of Occidental Caribe is the stunning scenery. Enjoy the […]

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The Bahamas, Where Pigs Swim

One place that has been on my bucket list for quite some time is the Bahamas, mainly because yes, you guessed it, the swimming pigs are there! But there’s so much more to the Bahamas than just that tiny Cay named Pig Island. Me and my husband went to celebrate my birthday as well as […]

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Six Things You Should’t Miss in New Orleans, Louisiana

There is so much to be said for this culturally rich city. Which is probably why it’s always a stop we make on our way to the east coast. There’s just something magical about this place. For instance, everything here as something to do with witches, vampires, or voodoo. It is one of the oldest […]

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Route 66 Road Trip

Every year me and my husband drive across the country to work on the east coast for the Summer (this will be our 5th time!) So this year I wanted to share a little bit of our trip with you! We took off from my mom’s house near San Diego, California and our final destination […]

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