Sri Lanka is a really diverse country. I’m talking everything from ancient cities, to rolling tea plantations, amazing beaches, dramatic landscapes, a huge variety of wildlife, colonial architecture, and even a chaotic city scene. So for our itinerary, we utilized the insider knowledge of SriLankaInStyle and Pepper, two companies who specialize in crafting authentic Sri
For those of you who follow this blog, you may be thinking—wait you don’t have a kid, so why are you writing a post on a family-friendly resort? First of all, let me live. And no this isn’t my blogger way of announcing I’m preggo. It is, however, my way of letting you guys know
I’ve always had the perception that the Maldives was mostly for those with tons of money to burn. While I do enjoy luxury travel, the jaw dropping price tags of some of the big, fancy resorts in the Maldives is kinda where I draw the line. What if I told you there was another way?
I can’t believe it you guys. My husband and I somehow managed to fly to one of the most perfect-looking places on earth for our 1-year anniversary: The Maldives. Not only that—we somehow managed to stay in the private paradise that was crowned “The #1 Top Resort in the World” by Condé Nast Traveler: Naladhu
If you thought Hong Kong was just skyscrapers and bright lights, guess again. It’s a mix of both dazzling cityscapes and the jaw dropping landscapes that surround it. Here are my top 15 favorite things we did in Hong Kong during our honeymoon. WATCH MY VIDEO (and continue reading below): 1. Buy an Octopus Card
When I was looking up flights to India, without hesitation, I chose whatever was the most convenient to my schedule. In this instance, Qatar Airlines was the best choice since it meant I’d only have to deal with one stop in Doha, Qatar. I booked my flight without batting an eyelash. I realized later though
If you’ve been keeping up with my India vlog series on YouTube, then you’ve seen that I’ve been on a long, action-packed 2-week adventure with my friend and photographer Brandon Blue. With adventure, however, comes the inevitable need to slow down and relax. So I planned the trip in a way that allowed me to