Monthly Archives: January 2014

Kauai Beer Tour – Drink Local

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If you are like me, when traveling you like go where the locals go, eat and drink what the locals eat and drink, and support local businesses, right? As a savvy traveler, you are planning on enjoying Kauai’s beautiful NaPali Coast, amazing hiking, great surfing, whale watching, and Waimea Canyon’s red dirt whether for the.
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When I made my decision in 2013 to officially leave an executive level desk job conveniently located just 15 minutes away from my home to become a freelance writer and tour guide, I made some heads turn. Not only was I taking a gamble, but by colleagues I was viewed as taking a big risk.
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The allure of Cuba to many is its warm, gentle beaches of the Cuban Keys and Varadero, a little Caribbean paradise with unmistakable rhythms of son, free-flowing rum, and the world’s best cigars. However, a trip to Cuba without visiting Havana and its vibrant colors, amazing classic cars, historic Old Havana, its port, and the.
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Hiking Kauai Alakai Swamp Trail

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“If at first you don’ t succeed; try, try, try again.” – W. E. Hickson And, that’s my motto for my favorite hiking trail in Kauai, the Alakai Swamp Trail. Having attempted the eight-mile roundtrip hike twice before once in the summer (too wet) and once this winter (started too late and too wet), I.
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Non-Clubbing Fun in Ibiza

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It’s a New Year with many adventures to be had! Did you make a New Year’s Resolution to travel more. What about spending more time in nature? Having both of those resolutions for myself, I was speaking with my fellow travel enthusiast, Nikolai, about one of my favorite destinations, Spain. Having visited the Balearic Islands.
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Be Ever-Ready for Last Minute Travel

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It’s a New Year! And, your resolution to travel more is waiting for your first trip. Tic Toc Tic Toc. How about this weekend? Yes, it’s last minute, but why not? Come on seize the day, YOLO (You Only Live Once). What are you waiting for? Are you worried about budget? Did you know that.
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Cuba is slowly opening up to Americans. Contrary to popular belief, Americans can go to Cuba and do so legally. I’ve asked fellow blogger and Cheesehead Heidi Siefkas (aka Ms Traveling Pants) to give an overview for how Americans can travel to Cuba and why they may want to consider doing so now. Take it.
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Hanging loose on the North Shore of Kauai is the norm. As one of the meccas of surfing in Hawaii, there is no better place to learn, polish your skills, and even catch some waves with pros than Hanalei Bay in Kauai.  For those that prefer to watch (surfing voyeurs), don’t worry. You have a.
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