Are you looking for the best warm winter vacations in the USA? This guide has all of the best sunny winter destinations in America.
While there are tons of amazing snowy winter getaways in the USA, sometimes you just want to escape the cold by going somewhere warm filled with sunshine, golden sand, and blue waves. This guide has 11 of the best warm winter vacations in the USA.
Are you looking for the best things to do in Malibu, California? This guide has everything you need to know!
Malibu, California has long established itself as a place filled with sand, surf, and sunshine. While the beaches are of course one of the best things to do in Malibu, there are many other fantastic activities that you can do in this oceanfront California town. Climb towering sand dunes, devour a delicious acai bowl, and perhaps spot a celebrity or two!
I’ve done my fair share of traveling – I mean, I studied abroad in Switzerland for eight months. I’ve seen people of many cultures, both inside and outside of their home region. However, there is always one group that stands out more than all others: my fellow Americans. So here are ten ways to spot an American abroad.
While visiting big, booming cities is always great, some of my favorite trips have been when I’ve visited the most random tiny towns, and I’ve decided to share some of them with you. So without further ado, here are 10 tiny bucket list-worthy towns around the world.
As most people know, California was in a severe drought from 2013-2017. Even now, when the state is supposedly no longer extremely deprived of water, it is quite difficult to find water-based natural landmarks, like rivers, creeks, and waterfalls, that actually have a decent amount of water flowing through them. I actually hiked a different waterfall a few weeks ago, and it only had a trickle of water. But I was determined to find a nearby waterfall hike to satisfy by obsession (as seen by this post and this one and this one). So when I found a SoCal waterfall with water, I was hyped.
This weekend, a few friends and I flew off to Seattle, Washington to make use of the long weekend. I have to say, we had quite the adventure. So to go beyond the typical Pike Place Market and Seattle Space Needle, here are some of my favorite things to do in Seattle. Continue reading “A Discovery-Filled Weekend in Seattle”
Instagram is a great source to get some travel inspiration. As I mentioned in a previous post, it’s a great way to find things to do, both at home and abroad. There are so many adventurers out there, taking pictures of amazing places all around the world. Unsurprisingly, I have started to create a list of these locations. So, without further ado, here are five places that Instagram added to my bucket list. Continue reading “Five Places that Instagram Added to My Bucket List”
Everyone loves their kind of frozen treat – froyo, sherbet, sorbet, and ice cream of course. And SoCal is a hidden hub of places to transform your cold treat experience. Here are just a few suggestions of ice cream places in SoCal that I’ve been to with some creative twist: Continue reading “SoCal: A Hidden Hub for Sweet Frozen Treats”
Remember that amazing beach in Southern California I wrote about a few weeks ago – Pirates’ Cove? Well, I went back for another visit and found out that there was a Pirates’ Cove Hike! The path leads to amazing views of the sunset and an overlook above a bunch of sea lions!! And, to make it even better, it’s not too strenuous.
Therefore, to continue on with my trend of outing all of my secret adventure sites – like I did with Likeke Falls and Ko Olina’s Secret Lagoon, here are some directions to get to this sea lion overlook.