Have a Last Minute Summer Adventure with Megabus!

Have a Last Minute Summer Adventure with Megabus!

I remember when Megabus first came on the scene in 2006, they gave away all their fares for $1! Which made quite the impression on me. I frequently take Megabus to visit my family in Maine and occasionally to Boston. They offer bus service to over 100 cities in North America, I decided to take

Find Out What’s in My Backpack

Find Out What’s in My Backpack

  I’ve been traveling the world for 6.5 years and what I’ve been carrying in my backpack has changed a few times over the years but I’m finally getting my packing list down! At first, I used to bring way to much. When I was 17 I took a trip to New England and brought


One Thing I Never Leave Home Without

One Thing I Never Leave Home Without

I’ve been traveling for over six and a half years. One thing that always frustrated me was paying crazy expensive “foreign transaction fees”. They could be over five dollars! A lot of people told me to just exchange money before a trip and bring cash. I preferred to use ATMS for a number of reasons.


I Am

I Am

I was raised to be polite from a young age. At school, church, and sometimes home, I got the message that girls should be exceptionally quiet, meek, respectful, selfless, that we should follow the rules. This was also my idea of a being a “good Christian girl.” As I grew older, more messages were added.


The Incredible Adventures You Should Take in Dominican Republic

The Incredible Adventures You Should Take in Dominican Republic

As you know by the name of my website, I love to get out of my comfort zone and have adventures. Dominican Republic, which, in recent years, has become one of the world’s most-buzzed-about destinations, with its delicious food, postcard-perfect beaches, turquoise waters and lush, diverse landscape. I love nature and Dominican Republic features a wide

The Food and Drinks You Can’t Miss in Dominican Republic

The Food and Drinks You Can’t Miss in Dominican Republic

I visited Dominican Republic a few years ago in Cabarete and Las Terrenas on the North Eastern Coast, this year I returned to Puerto Plata and Cabarete. Dominican Republic is one of the Caribbean’s most geographically diverse countries, with stunning mountain scenery, desert scrublands, waterfalls, evocative colonial architecture, beautiful beaches and of course-incredible food! I grew up in


Olives from Spain in NYC

Olives from Spain in NYC

I visited Spain for over two weeks and I absolutely loved it, they are a people who genuinely have a zest for life. At New York City’s iconic IAC HQ Building  Olives from Spain with the Tourism Institute of Spain celebrated the distinctive wines, food and culture of Spain. It was a delicious day of regional

Simple Delicious 10 Minute Campfire Packets

Simple Delicious 10 Minute Campfire Packets

I absolutely love camping during my travels. I have camped all over New England, Dominican Republic, Colorado, Puerto Rico, Norway and many other places. I’m always searching for tasty, easy camping recipes and I stumbled across these reasonably priced fully cooked Johnsonville sausages. I’ve always been a fan Forget about having granola bars for dinner