So your planning a trip to Disney World and Universal and you simply cannot decide on where to go? Join the club! So may options and frankly never enough time. I am a see it all and do it all person so I can tend to pack a heavy schedule, though I realize that isn't for everyone. On our visit to Disney World this past March I had a difficult time choosing how many parks to visit and what parks to visit. I travelled with 3 adults and a 2 year old, so as you can imagine interes
Often times, when it comes up in conversation, people are surprised by how much I have traveled with my 2 year old and say things like "I could never do that." Its funny because I never once thought that if I took her anywhere it would be so much of a struggle it wouldn't be worth it in the end. I was actually look forward to taking her all over the world with me, and hope that in time, she will come to love globetrotting just as much as I do. The first time I traveled with h
This past summer my boyfriend, 1 year-old daughter, and I travelled to Providenciales, Turks and Caicos for our best friend's destination wedding. The wedding took place on Beaches Resort, with a small number of guests. With a year notice we were able to save appropriately for the trip, but even with notice Beaches came in at roughly $3000pp. Once I found out the price I searched alternative options that would provide us with the accommodations we needed, but would hopefully
In May my family and I took a cruise to Alaska. The ship left out of Vancouver and ended in Seward. Alaska is by far one of the most beautiful places I have been to. The rich beauty offered by nature is unquestionably astounding in every way. It was every bit as breathtaking as I thought it would be. The following is my list of pros and cons about traveling by cruise to Alaska. Pros: You can see a great deal of Alaska in such a short time. There is always a gorgeous backdrop
If you're looking for some fun in Cozumel away from the beach, check out Wild Tours Xrails. Aquatic activities are my absolute favorite thing to do in a destination with such blue waters and perfect weather, but every now and then the beating hot sun becomes a little too much. If you aren't afraid to get a little dirty, you will have an amazing time driving down dirt roads on a xrail vehicle. They are a mix between an extreme go-cart and an ATV with the capability to go over
The very first place I visited on the Big Island was the Pololu Valley. It is located on the northern part of the island in Makapala, HI. From the hotel there were two different routes to get there. The first option, the most direct route, would have taken roughly 50 min to get there. Option two was to take a little big longer route with a more scenic view. I chose to take the more scenic route via Kohala Mountain Road. The roads on the big island were often windy and sometim
Kealakekua Bay is located on the west coast of the Big Island, and is just south of Kailua-Kona, roughly 12 miles. It is known to be one of the best snorkeling spots on the Island. On the opposite side of the bay stands the Captain Cook monument. The history behind the monument is that Captain Cook and his crew laded in the Kealakekua Bay in 1779 and were welcomed by the native Hawaiians. However, soon after he died in a conflict that began between the natives and his crew.