Chihuly: A Wonderland of Glass

In 2012, Chihuly Garden and Glass opened in Seattle as a perminant exhibition, adding to the already impressive collection of glass works by Dale Chihuly. His work has been displayed in over 200 exhibits worldwide, all of which are truly mesmerizing to witness. These photos were taken while visiting in October and are from within…

Seattle: Top Must-See Sights

Before a recent trip to the Emerald City, I spent hours, days, and weeks, researching where to go and what to eat. Honestly, I commit to this obsessive practice before all of my trips, but as Seattle has ALWAYS been on my bucket list, I was especially motivated. Now that I have had the pleasure…

8 Totally Cliche’ Things you MUST do in Vegas

Ask any travel enthusiast to name the places they’ve been, and there’s a huge chance they’ve been to Vegas AT LEAST once. It can be reasonably cheap and pack an unlimited array of things to see, that require little to no planning. Combine these things with an abundance of alcohol, and you’ve got yourself the…

A Full Day at Mount Rainier National Park

To my sheer and utter delight, I was finally able to cross Seattle off of my bucket list this past October, and with it came my first venture into the Pacific Northwest. Despite my usual lack of interest in the great outdoors, it seemed almost mandatory to incorporate some sort of nature into my itinerary,…

10 Quintessential Steps to Planning your Next Vacation

After days, weeks, and months of the hustle and bustle of everyday life, most of us can’t wait for that joyous opportunity to get away and escape the daily grind. Whether you are a seasoned jet-setter or someone who plans all year for one big family vacay, the way and time in which you invest…

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”

     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…