A Tragic End, Rewritten

Sticky fingers grip the smooth, clanking safety bar as my feet slowly lift from the ground. The sun glistens off the water next to us as the cool sea air tosses my hair unapologetically. Our shadows are getting smaller and my grip is getting tighter as we’re lifted high enough to see the whole pier….

Let Your Inner Flower Child Out at Disney this Spring

Every year, from March to May, Walt Disney World hosts the International Flower and Garden Festival within Epcot. The event is presented by HGTV, and includes an eye-popping assortment of Disney character topiary displays, sure to excite Disney fans of all ages! Beauty & The Beast Kermit & Miss Piggy Lightning McQueen Woody Pluto, Micky,…

Uncharted Paths

In the midst of those resolutions that we may or may not stick out throughout this glorious new year upon us, lets perhaps throw in one for the travelers, adventurers, and dreamers in all of us. Free your mind from the confines of your daily grind and get lost somewhere. Take that trip you’ve been…

5 Fascinating Facts about Chichen Itza

Every year, millions of people flock to the Yucatan peninsula to visit the sacred town of Chichen Itza. Nearly 1,000 years old and deemed a UNESCO World Heritage site, these breathtaking Mayan ruins are in surprisingly good shape and are as mysterious as they are ancient. Here are a few of the most interesting facts…

Las Caletas: the Mexican “Garden of Eden”

Β  Β  Β In a secluded piece of paradise, along the southern shores of Banderas Bay, lies what many in the area refer to as their “Garden of Eden” and after visiting during the day or the night, it’s easy to see why. Since the land surrounding it is either water, jungle, or Indian territory, the…