They say Machu Picchu was discovered in 1911 by Harim Bingham. An American explorer “stumbled” upon the site and exposed the secret to the world. So the people came from everywhere to see the city built on top of the mountains. One of the seven wonders of the world, Machu Picchu was considered an archaeological secret, but I can’t help but question that. I questioned that as I took step
Whale Sharks are the largest fish on this planet, some growing to forty-feet or longer. They’re bus length. These gentle giants migrate around the world in enormous packs, camping out in dozens of tropical feeding grounds — from Australia to Belize to Indonesia. But one of the best spots is the waters of the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico where nearly three to five hundred have been reported in one season.
Dreaming about your next beach getaway? My top three beach vacation spots 2016: Bora Bora Tahiti, Exumas Bahamas, and the ever beautiful St. Barths Caribbean always produce the ultimate Instagram-worthy pictures. This Summer I’m packing bikinis and cover-ups that are easy to mix and match for a perfect day in paradise. These are my top 6 looks to pack and shop for this Summer…..can you
About a year ago I attended my first TBEX, a conference for travel bloggers and travel professionals from around the world. TBEX was held over three days in Lloret De Mar, a small city where you are never too far from long, sandy beaches, and the shining turquoise of the Mediterranean. Lloret De Mar is found just up the coast from Barcelona, in Costa Brava. This part of Spain is
Skydiving has always been on my bucket list. However, I have always battled with the thought of jumping out of a plane and possibly plunging to my death. This past weekend my good friends Jay, Robert and Melissa celebrated their birthday in a beautiful home in Santa Ynez with 30 friends. One of the main activities was skydiving. We drove up on Thursday night and I already decided I was
In the Exumas, you can swim with sharks. Meet our pet sharks! A sign beckoned us as we tossed shrimp off the marina and into the sea. Enter at your own risk! Another sign warned as I descended the ladder and entered the water. I was, of course, somewhat conflicted in my emotions as I slowly swam near the circling sharks, munching on the treats we had brought for them.