Category: Travel

  • Staying at 73 Milton: North Island New Zealand B&B Review

    You may be too tall to sleep in a Hobbit hole, so staying at the 73 Milton bed and breakfast is the next best thing! Fave Bed and Breakfast Features Nestled in the countryside just outside of Cambridge, New Zealand, 73 Milton was a lovely spot to rest my head on my mini North Island road trip. The property boasts a stunning main house with the guest rooms right next…

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  • How to Start Your Solo Travel Journey This Year!

    So you’re a strong, independent woman who wants to start your solo travel journey in 2024… But you have no idea where to start! I totally get it, sis. That was me just a couple years ago. It’s one thing to pick up a sandwich at your favorite restaurant or buy weekly groceries by yourself. Traveling to another country for a week-long vacation is something else, and can be intimidating.…

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  • Top Things to Do in Monterey: An Intentional Traveler’s Guide

    You’ve probably heard of the Bay Area, referring to San Francisco Bay. But did you know that there’s another bay area just a couple hours south along the coast? And it’s arguably even better than its more popular cousin! The entire Monterey Bay area is a wildlife sanctuary and makes the perfect peaceful home for sea lions, cormorants, seals, otters, whales, pelicans, and people too! I absolutely fell in love…

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  • The Perfect Stay in Monterey: Old Monterey Inn Review

    If you know me at all, you know that I love experiencing history and culture, especially on my travels. Monterey, California is steeped in beautiful history, and the Old Monterey Inn is part of that story. This bed and breakfast maintained its historic charm and enhanced and is the most delightful place to stay in Monterey! Classic Elevated Hospitality The minute you step in the door, you’re greeted by English…

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  • Things to Do in Provo for BYU Homecoming Week

    There is a special place in my heart for Provo, Utah. Between attending BYU for my undergrad and working on campus during my professional career, I’ve lived in Provo and its surrounding cities for more than six years! During my time there, I discovered that Provo has one of the most diverse collections of restaurants, shops, and events of any city its size. Provo is an especially hopping place to…

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