Travel Guide: The Best of Cabo San Lucas

With a sea once dubbed the Aquarium of the World, by famed explorer Jacques Cousteau, Cabo has remained a vibrant city filled with a plethora of activities to cater to travelers.  This tropical oasis, popular among spring breakers and A-list travelers alike, hosts a variety of activites from water-sports to partying on Skid Row that […]

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Travel Guide: New Orleans- The Off Bourbon Edition

In my head, I am an honorary New Orleans resident. At one point, after graduating college, I was in New Orleans every month simply catching up with old friends and enjoying one of the few cities that has a piece of my heart. When you graduated from a college about an hour away from one […]

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Travel Guide: The Perfect Itinerary

There are some free-spirited travelers that believe in reaching their destination and just going with the wind, but if you suffer from a mild case of OCD and SE (See Everything), like me, I live for a custom itinerary.  My itinerary needs vary depending on the type of trip, for instance, if I’m going to […]

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Local Travel Guide: Houston Brunch Favs

Brunch is absolutely one of my favorite meals of the weekend.  There is nothing like enjoying mimosas and signature entrees with friends and/or family at trendy eateries with delicious food and great service.  Below are some of my favorite brunch spots in and around the Houston area: The General Public This place has been one […]

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Travel Guide: AirBnb

As vacation season looms around the corner, I have had many travelers inquire about using AirBnb in lieu of pricey hotels with limited amenities and outrageous parking costs.  For those of you unfamiliar with AirBnb, it is a site where property owners can post their lodgings for travelers around the world to rent.  While AirBnb […]

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Travel Guide: The Grand Canyon

“I believe in evolution.  But I also believe, when I hike the Grand Canyon and see it at sunset, that the hand of God is there also.” -John McCain Like a watercolor painting brought to life, the magnificent cliffs of the Grand Canyon loom, bold, brilliant, and beautiful.  For a split second, I forget about […]

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Travel Guide: Travel Bucket List

As a project for a travel writing class, we had to create a travel bucket list. While I can name a handful of places I want to go before I take my trip to the Upper Room, I had never thought to write them down with a realistic travel timeframe. Below are my top 10 […]

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Travel Guide: The European Traveller

“Not all those who wander are lost.” -J.R.R. Tolkien Even though I’ve always been an avid traveler, in the summer of 2015,  I decided to embark on an 18 day journey across Europe before the celebration of my 30th birthday.  Below are some of my best memories: Stonehenge (London). Platform 9 3/4 (London). Putney (London). […]

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Local Travel Guide: Bite Macarons Houston

If you would have asked me last month if I was a fan of macaroons, the answer would have been emphatically, “Yuck, no.” As cute little macaron shops begin to replace cupcakeries across the nation, after trying them on more than one occasion, I knew that they were not for me, at least not until […]

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Travel Guide: Ocho Rios, Jamaica

Last year, on Thanksgiving Day, I entered into the third decade of my life.  30 years young.  For months leading up to my birthday, I told anyone that cared to listen that the only guarantee for my big day was that I would be jumping down somebody’s waterfall in Jamaica.  Since my birthday fell on […]

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