A little over a year ago, I made a New Year resolution (discussed in a post that can be read here) that I would succeed in taking twelve trips in one year. Well, 2018 has come to an end, and … I failed. By the end of 2018, I only succeeded in making 11 journeys. … Continue reading My Year in Review: The Outcome of my 2018 New Year Resolution
Part of what makes a Dole Whip so enticing is its combination of creamy simplicity and pop of pineapple flavor. This cool and airy treat is ideal for the mid-day Florida heat and has inadvertently become a staple of the Disney resorts. If you’re like me, you’ve yet to take a Disney trip without stopping … Continue reading Dole Whip Alternatives At Walt Disney World
. The entirety of Walt Disney World from the parks to the resorts is decked out for the season; but when it comes to the ultimate Disney holiday experience, nothing beats heading into Magic Kingdom after the sun’s already set and Main Street is lit up with Christmas lights from the tree at the entrance all the way down to Cinderella’s Castle.
The banging of drums sounds from one end of the village to the other. The thick, humid air smells of boerewors and curry. A few steps away stands the entrance to the Harambe Wildlife Reserve, where you just came within yards of lions, warthogs, and as many as thirty different types of wild animals. The signs … Continue reading ‘Street’ Art of Animal Kingdom’s Harambe Village
I have been to four Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Parties, Epcot’s Flower & Garden Festival, and just experienced my first Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party, and still I think the Epcot Food & Wine Festival may have taken the top spot as my favorite annual Walt Disney World event. While many may overlook the … Continue reading Must-Try Bites at Epcot’s 2017 Food & Wine Festival
When it comes to traveling both abroad and domestically, it’s best to “leave a place better than you found it.” This comment is often made in regards to cleanliness, community service, supporting local businesses, or eco-tourism/sustainability efforts; and in my opinion, is one of the most important things a traveler should remember. After all, it … Continue reading 6 Life Lessons I Have Learned from 6 Different Countries
How to Spend a Six Hour Night in Dubai January 26, 2019 “After several accidental naps due to sudden bouts of jet lag, working on our final presentation that was to be presented in two days, and the worst traffic jam either one of us had ever experienced, we had finally made it to Dubai … Continue reading Featured Posts
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