Your favorite travel duo is back and in one of our favorite places! 😉 This past week Jessica and I flew up to Seattle to explore, work a little, and enjoy everything the pacific northwest has to offer. We spent time in Port Angeles, Neah Bay, Sequim, and good ole downtown Seattle. In this post you’ll find recommendations for each spot and a personal recap of our trip, with some travel tips sprinkled throughout. Enjoy. 🙂
I am notorious for doing the least amount of research I can get away with before I go on a trip. A booked flight, rental car, and AirBNB is all I need to feel comfortable about a trip. So you can imagine how laid back I was when we booked a Groupon tour and the planning was handled for us.
We read up on a few things before we got to China, but there is no better teacher than experience. When we got there, we were surprised by some differences and expected others, but were able to roll with it all. Today I am sharing 15 essential things to know before you visit China.
When we booked our trip to Iceland, it was sort of a last minute thing. I found cheap flights, bought them within the hour, and within 3 months we were landing in Keflavik. Between booking and going, we read tons of articles about things we should see and stuff we should bring, but nothing replaces actually being there. After returning, I sat down and thought about all the things that were different than expected and stuff I wish I had known before. If you are in the middle of planning a trip to Iceland, I hope this is helpful as you plan!
1.Food is expensive, but eating on a budget is totally possible!
If you’ve done any research on Iceland, then you have probably heard horror stories about outrageously expensive meals. Before
If you are planning a family ski trip to Colorado, you might be feeling overwhelmed by all of the options for different mountains, places to stay, lift tickets, oh, and that whole learning to ski thing!! I don’t want that to stop you though, because some of the best memories I have are from family ski trips!
Every year, for as long as I can remember, my family has made the 12 hour drive to Colorado to ski for a week. We’ve tried tons of different resorts over the years and have fallen in love with certain things about each one. Today, I wanted to unpack the differences in the 4 most popular resorts in Colorado to help in making the decision for your trip.
Things to Consider when picking a resort
Each mountain has its own