Excited to have my first guest post about Wadi Rum in Jordan by Ayesha Forbes!
Located just a few blocks away from the Louvre Museum, the Hotel Square Louvois is a beautiful new four-star hotel in the heart of Paris. It’s a short walk from many metro stops and is surrounded by restaurants. My boyfriend and I could not have asked for a better stay. Continue reading “Hotel Square Louvois | Paris”
Wondering what to do in Iceland? What time of year is best to visit? Know the essential Iceland tips before booking your trip! Iceland is becoming a very popular travel destination, especially with all the cheap flights from the states into the capital Reykjavik (ray-KYA-veek) and the notorious Icelandair stopover deal. Here are 5 must-knows before you plan your trip! Continue reading “5 Essential Iceland Tips”
Known as Las Vegas of the East, Macau is a vibrant city rich with history and luxury casino hotels. Macau is located just a short ferry ride away from Hong Kong and is a popular destination for international travelers and deserves a spot on everyone’s bucket list. Continue reading “Visit Macau: Las Vegas of the East”
Antelope Canyon is a gorgeous underground slot canyon carved out from centuries of running water and its curves illuminated by the sun. Located within a Navajo Indian Reservation east of Page, Arizona, Antelope Canyon is a beautiful must-see for any tourist. Continue reading “Can You Find These 6 Hidden Figures in Antelope Canyon?”
Hawaii is infamous for being a couples destination and we now know why! My boyfriend and I fell in love with its beautiful beaches, romantic atmosphere, kind locals, and luscious greenery. Continue reading “Couple’s Vacation Guide to O’ahu, Hawai’i”
The Maldives is the world’s flattest country, and arguably the most beautiful. Stretching across 26 atolls are 1200 islands, 200 of which are inhabited by locals and another 100 with resorts for tourists. Continue reading “Tips for Planning a Maldives Vacation”
Are you thinking about travel to Cuba? I never thought I would be able to go as an American, and here I am back from our trip with my perception completely shifted. Continue reading “Tips for First Time Travel to Cuba”