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If You Want Peace, Serenity, and Beauty, Visit Lake Tahoe

Lately, I’ve been making a concerted effort to see my backyard, the United States of America. While I love a great international trip and getting passport stamps, there’s a lot of beauty right here in the U.S. that I want to see and explore. Enters Lake Tahoe; full of charm, peace, and serenity for my

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Should I Go To Morocco Alone? My Solo Experience

I wasn’t sure what to expect when I arrived in Morocco. As a solo female traveler, I tried to prepare by reading other travelers’ experiences and came across mixed information. I landed in Marrakech and the immigration and customs process was very smooth. I arranged transportation with my riad, and my driver was waiting for

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What They Don’t Tell You About Traveling

Their Instagram pictures are striking, and their blogs are poppin’. Everything went well, and travel has made them better. They have learned so much and met the most amazing people. They leave out the long hours of planning and being stranded at the airport for ten hours because that’s just so unsexy. Ding, ding, ding!

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Running From Hurricane Irma

I heard about Hurricane Irma, but like many, I wasn’t worried and didn’t think it would result in much damage (yeah I know, it is a Floridian thing – because we have so many near misses). On Monday afternoon while heading to a friend’s pool party with my girlfriend, she made a joke about enjoying

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Cartagena, With Love

Cartagena is one of the most beautiful cities I have ever seen. I had the opportunity to visit during November, and although it was their rainy season, the city was smoldering hot. It rained at night (not complaining; makes for great sleep), but the sun was out during the day allowing me to enjoy all

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Why This Girl Goes Solo And Why You Should Too

Waiting on friends usually ends up like this:  You either don’t go because you fear traveling solo. OR Friend: “Girl you always get good deals on flights, let me know when you find one.” Me: Finds a glitch fare to the Philippines for less than $200 and tells friend. Friend: “Oh wow, girl, let me

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Tips for traveling to Havana, Cuba

I’ve been to Havana, Cuba three times and I cannot wait to go back. Havana feels like home. Known for vintage cars, cigars, and the Malecon, it is breathtaking. Here are some travel tips from my visit to Havana, Cuba. Getting there Buy a plane ticket. Duh. Several airlines fly to Havana and other cities

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