4 Days in Dubai: Travel Guide and Things To Do

Dubai is a unique city; record-breaking architecture stands side-by-side with traditional, atmospheric quarters. There are manmade islands so huge that they can be seen from the space station. The serene desert is just a few miles away from the bustling, brilliantly-lit city which never sleeps. If you have 4 days in Dubai, you have plenty of time to enjoy a variety of attractions and activities. Let’s map out a 4-day itinerary for you in Dubai, and show you all the fabulous things in store for you when you get there! Continue reading “4 Days in Dubai: Travel Guide and Things To Do”

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How to Manage Group Travel

This post was originally written as a contribution on the travel blog The Voyageer; you can see the original post here.

Traveling with a large group can prove challenging, particularly when it comes to logistics, determining costs, and making sure everyone’s needs are met. With a large group trip to Spain under my belt earlier this year, here are my top tips for a smooth and fulfilling experience pre-departure and during a group trip. Continue reading “How to Manage Group Travel”

Soundside Nature Trail at Jockey’s Ridge State Park

Jockey’s Ridge State Park is the largest state park in the North Carolina state park system and is situated in beautiful Nags Head, North Carolina, a city that is part of the greater Outer Banks region. While staying in nearby Kill Devil Hills with my family, I decided to go for a hike along the Soundside Nature Trail in Jockey’s Ridge. Continue reading “Soundside Nature Trail at Jockey’s Ridge State Park”

Barton Creek Cave Tour in San Ignacio, Belize

San Ignacio, in the Cayo District of Belize, is an ideal place to base yourself in Belize’s lush interior as it’s central to many of the area’s day tours and attractions. One such attraction, Barton Creek Cave, sparked my interest as a former Mayan ceremonial site and for the opportunity to go canoeing, an activity I find relaxing and good for families. Continue reading “Barton Creek Cave Tour in San Ignacio, Belize”

A Preview: Belize and Guatemala

Every winter I try to escape the cold and go somewhere warm. Last year I escaped to a balmy Portugal as a belated birthday getaway, but this year Mark and I decided to do a bit of a bigger trip. We settled on Central America, a region I am eager to explore more of, and after realizing Costa Rica might break our budget, we decided Belize (with a short side trip to Guatemala) would be just the right fit. Continue reading “A Preview: Belize and Guatemala”