Monthly Archives: January 2019

Traveling to Isla Holbox, Mexico — The Island I Didn’t Know I Needed

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I always knew I would travel to Holbox on my next trip to Mexico — thanks to the fervent recommendations of my friends. A few years ago, when tons of travel bloggers were living in Playa del Carmen, many of them told me that Isla Holbox (pronounced HOLE-bosh) was their favorite place in the region. […]

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Ice climbing in Ouray, Colorado

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Three miles of frozen waterfalls.

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Saudia Arabia bull run

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And magic shows despite sorcery being a capital crime.

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Martin Luther King Jr. assassination

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April 4, 1968, changed this Tennessee city forever.

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Solo Female Travel in Antarctica: I Did It and Loved It!

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Is it even possible to travel in Antarctica as a solo female? Absolutely! I did so and I’m very proud that I’ve now traveled solo on all seven continents. Now, I’m not talking about actually going to Antarctica completely alone, on a raft, without any support. That would be suicidal. The only people who get […]

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Why you need to visit French Guiana

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It might just be the best adventure in the western hemisphere.

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Why you need to go skiing in Lebanon

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Sea views, Roman ruins, and après ski.

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The Biggest Mistakes Women Entrepreneurs Make

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My travel blog has been my sole job for more than eight years. This was never my intention when I started, and when I walked out of my office on September 14, 2010, I assumed I’d be walking back into another within a year. At the beginning, I didn’t even plan to make money. How did […]

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AK Monthly Recap: December 2018

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And just like that, 2018 is over. December was a nice way to end it, though. I spent most of my time in New York with a few quickie trips to Texas and Massachusetts via Connecticut, and longer time in Mass over Christmas. Each year, I try to crank out my final posts of the […]

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What are social community hotels?

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Where else are you getting a cocktail-making class with your room?

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