If you are a fan of travel and have not tried travel hacking yet, you are truly missing out. Travel Hacking is using credit cards to score free flights & hotels. There are a million and one experts in the world on travel hacking but I’m here to give you the absolute basic 101 on how to get started if you haven’t yet.
We should not have to discuss things like this but apparently we do. Nature is a privilege. Full stop.
I think the pandemic was an opportunity for many to get out and explore nature more. All of a sudden, people were forced to find new activities that didn’t involve the hospitality industry, so people flocked to the great outdoors. Last year I remember thinking it was great to see people getting out into nature more. Well humans, you all let me down!
After a few months of stagnancy, my boyfriend and I decided we were both in need of a quick getaway to refuel our adventurous souls. When he first suggested Newport, RI, I wasn’t all that excited about it since I had been there a million times before! Kyle on the other hand had not explored Newport that much at all so I was down for the adventure!
Ginnie Springs campground was something that my boyfriend remembered fondly from his childhood. He reminisced about family camping trips and days at the drag races nearby. But years later, he couldn’t WAIT to show me the beautiful water of Ginnie Springs. So it was fitting that we’d have the opportunity to go this year for his 30th birthday!
Maybe it’s because we’re just finishing up a pandemic or maybe it’s my complete overwhelm by crowds sometimes, but Ginnie Springs campround was A LOT to take in. If you’re like me and like to avoid big party crowds, here are some pointers.
I’ve seen a lot of back and forth on this topic lately. Especially now, as the vaccine rollout continues to progress, we’re starting to see the travel industry get moving again, and people venturing out for the first time in over a year. Unfortunately there is still a lot of debate about travel during Covid. Here are a few of the opinions I’ve heard floating around throughout the last year.
You may have never heard of Big Cypress National Preserve but it directly abuts Everglades National Park so that’s how it landed on our radar. So is Big Cypress National Preserve worth the visit? The quick answer is “ehhh, I wouldn’t make a trip out of it”, but the longer answer is absolutely yes!
Of all the National Parks, Biscayne National Park might be one of the smallest and most unknown parks out of them all. I genuinely had no idea it existed prior to my time in Florida but I’m glad we made an effort to check it out.
Depending on your interests, you could spend TONS of time in this park or get by with just one day! Here are some ways to see the park in just one day.
Did you know that Everglades National Park is one of the largest National Parks in America? The park covers over 1.5 million acres and is only smaller than Death Valley and Yellowstone! Despite that fact, the Everglades National Park is easy to do in a long weekend because so much of it is wetlands that …
Clearwater, Florida is our home for the winter and we’re getting out and trying to explore the area as much as possible. Pinellas County is home to towns like Clearwater, Dunedin, Tarpon Springs, St. Petersburg and endless amounts of small beach towns. Located just southwest of the city of Tampa, locals consider themselves one of …
It’s almost over my friends. 2020 is finally on it’s way out, and I like many genuinely believe 2021 will just be better all around! I do recap posts every year and I was wondering if it’d be worth doing one for this year but when I looked back, I realized that I still made …