Nicaragua is called “The Land of Lakes and Volcanoes”, and Granada is a prime example of why. From boating to lava viewing of an active volcano, here are five experiences you must do when you're in Granada, Nicaragua.Read More
Zakynthos, Greece is one of our favorite vacation destinations. Beyond the gorgeous beaches and delicious food, Emerald Villas plays a huge part in why we keep coming back to Zante.Emerald Villas is a collection of villas in Agios Nikolaos in the northern part of the island. The villas are a scenic 45 minute drive from the airport/port in Zakynthos Town.Read More
The Cathedral of Leon is the largest Cathedral in Central America, and one of the most well known in the Americas for it's distinct architecture and cultural importance. When in Leon, Nicaragua you must visit this stunning rooftop.Read More
Have you ever wanted to board down an active volcano? Chances are you've never heard that it's something you can do. After all, active volcanoes are dangerous, right? However, you can board down this stunning, sandy, hot, active volcano. And I recommend that you do.Read More
El Tunco has a reputation for being a party town, however it’s probably different than you imagine.
In addition to enjoying a good time with locals and other travelers, El Tunco is a great place to surf, relax on the beach or pool, enjoy spectacular sunsets, delight in famous pupusas, do yoga, go for a hike and much more.Read More
Cuba has long been know for it's vibrant night life. In the pre-revolution days, Havana was a tropical playground for the wealthy jet-set crowd. Socialites and celebrities flocked to Havana for it's warm weather, cool cocktails, live music and dancing.Then the revolution happened, the embargo happened and Havana nightlife for Americans became a distant memory. We're here to tell you, that night life in Havana is very much alive!Read More
I'll be the first to admit, El Salvador does not have a good or safe reputation, except from the people I’ve met traveling through Central America. Because of this, I decided that I would stop in El Salvador for a couple nights to check it out for myself.
After considering several options for where to stay, I decide on El Tunco, even though it’s a “party town” because it’s logistically the easiest beach town to get to in El Salvador. But is El Tunco really a party town that should be avoided?Read More
Before my trip to Milan, I got a lot of mixed signals from fellow travelers. They loved Southern Italy, but they were not impressed with Milan. I heard it lacked the charm that most Italian cities have. I went in with an open mind and truly enjoyed every second in this city. I love fast paced metropolitan cities but I was pleasantly surprised to find so much Italian charm in the fashion capital and finical hub of Italy.Read More
Upon stepping foot in Antigua Guatemala, I could immediately feel my heart swelling with an overwhelming sense of excitement for this beautiful Spanish colonial city as I gazed around at the historic and colorful streets. So much old world charm, surrounded in a sea of mountains and volcanoes.Read More
Fridheimar is a tomato and equestrian farm that specializes in growing tomatoes year round. Their state-of-the-art greenhouse makes it possible to grow even during the harshest Icelandic winters and they are serving up some of the best tomato soup you will ever eat.Read More