Day-tripping Block Island

While it’s estimated that millions of Americans are traveling this Labor Day weekend, I was one of them. I took an impromptu day trip to Block Island. New Shoreham is considered to be the smallest town in Rhode Island. In the early afternoon, we took a high speed ferry from New London, Connecticut. When we […]

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Chichen Itza, A Slice of the Mayan World

In the last week of April, I took a tour from Cozumel to the Yucatán peninsula to visit the ancient Mayan archaeological site, Chichen Itza. Even though each way took three hours because of a ferry ride to the mainland and a shuttle service, it was well worth it.  Chichen Itza (At the edge of the […]

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Snorkeling Belize’s Coral Reef

When I heard that Belize is home to the second largest coral reef in the world, I knew I needed to snorkel it. Especially since I already snorkeled the largest one – the Great Barrier Reef in Cairns, Australia. Belize’s reef stretches to be just shy of 200 miles and is a UNESCO World Heritage […]

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Winter at Niagara Falls

Due to February’s holiday weekend, my boyfriend and I decided to cross a popular tourist destination off of our bucket lists – Niagara Falls, Ontario. Apart from going to Niagara Falls, I was really interested in visiting once I learned that Ontario has an expansive wine trail in the Lake District. The drive took approximately […]

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Traveling through the Desert – Arizona

If you’re able to make a quick trip to Arizona –  do it. Late August, my boyfriend told me he signed up for a 3 day training in Tucson, Arizona during September. Although I’ve been to over 20 countries, I’ve never been out west. I’ve always wanted to see the Grand Canyon, and I’m fascinated […]

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Rest & Relax in Cape Cod

The Cape is a quintessential vacation spot for New Englanders. Before I was born, my family used to make the venture on an annual basis to the Lewis Bay in South Yarmouth, however when I started university, the vacationing ebbed. Much of it contributed to changes occurring in the family-dynamic, and being genuinely occupied with […]

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