Riding a horse has always been on my bucket list, and I finally managed to check it off in the most beautiful of places: Viñales, Cuba! If you're interested in horseback riding in Cuba, or if you just want to stare at incredible pictures of one of my favorite adventures to date, this is the post for you.
Havana is a colorful Cuban city that tells its travelers stories of love, hope, and art. During my two day visit in May, I tried to capture some of what it told me through photos. This post covers 20 of my favorite photos of Havana and gives a narrative on what I thought about Cuba's intriguing capitol.
Tea. It's the "hot refresher," the afternoon cuppa, the delicious beverage that can be drank hot, cold, or somewhere in between, and you can find it in surprising places all over the world. In this collab post, several travel bloggers discuss their favorite places to find tea and what you should expect during your visit to each tea region and suggested tea shop. Ready for some tea-spiration? Read on!
Not sure where to start with cuisine in Iceland? No problem! We've got you covered with 6 foods (Nerd tested and approved) that are worth splurging on during your trip and some great restaurant suggestions too, so you spend more time with happy tastebuds and less time wondering what (and where!) to eat.
Duluth is a lovely little city in Northern Minnesota that sits right on the shores of Lake Superior. Its downtown strip offers an incredible array of quirky shops, restaurants, and cafes ... but the greatest of these are its eclectic bars and taverns. After bar hopping for a night, we compiled a list of places you absolutely NEED to go if you love booze and good eats.
Minnesota has a lot to offer its visitors, and the Minneapolis Institute of Art is far from the least of its many, many things to do. If you like art, you definitely need to stop by to admire its culture, carefully-designed exhibits, and thrilling paintings by world-famous artists like Van Gogh. Best of all? It's free!