Chasing Northern Lights

This post is sponsored by Hotel Fjället, but the opinions expressed are my own. Let’s be honest, the goal of my trip was to see the Northern Lights. Seems like everybody has been to Iceland for the lights or has seen the Aurora Borealis somewhere…everyone but me. Those eye-catching and breathtaking images are all over Instagram…

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Cowboys & Cattles

My fascination with Texas is deeply rooted on Cowboys and the Old West era. I’d love to turn back the hands of time and experience the old ways of the West. I know I may not last long since it means no cellphones and wifi, but I’m willing to risk it for my curiosity. (Lol!)…

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Wild Wild West Virginia

From time to time I long for some crazy adventure. One of those times was a wild cave expedition in West Virginia. I’ve always had this unexplainable fascination of caves or pretty much anything underground located. Organ Cave is a national historic landmark located in Ronceverte, West Virginia. What is most notable to me is…

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Food Trip: Japanese Street Food

While traditional Japanese cuisine is known for its elegance and luxury, Japan’s street food culture has become increasingly popular and as pertinent. It is not like your typical street food. Usually, you can only find street food during festivals or at popular tourist spots. If you are not familiar with Japanese street food, most of it…

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Groupon Getaway Guide

Since the dawn of e-commerce marketplaces like Groupon and LivingSocial, travel has become more affordable for thousands of people. I always get questions about these kinds of travel deals and if I have bought trips from Groupon. The answer is yes. I don’t normally go for all-inclusive packages but my last two all-inclusive trips were…

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Japan: Chasing Cherry Blossoms

Visiting Japan in the spring has been on top of my bucket list for the longest time.  So when I was able to go last year, I could not believe that it was finally happening. Why was I being specific about this season? It’s because at this time of year, Japan is covered by millions of…

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