Every country I've visited has it's own unique spirits and cocktails. Here's a list of some of my favorites and where you can find them.
Trinidad. The most underrated city of Cuba. Jam-packed with Spanish architecture, crocodiles, and small town authenticity and charm. Here's our highlights for making the most of your trip.
Add Komodo National Park to your Indonesian Itinerary, you'll thank me later. Pink Beaches, world-class snorkeling, and the only place in the world you can get up close to the Komodo Dragon in the wild.
Animal tourism is tricky business for those that love animals. Here are 5 rules to live by while traveling so that you can interact with animals responsibly.
Viñales, Cuba is home to the famous Cuban cigar, coffee, honey, and endless outdoor adventure. Check out my featured blog post on WeAreTravelGirls.com to get the inside scoop on exploring the valley.
With over 250 different beaches to choose from it's a little more difficult than simply plopping down in the sand. Let's break down the most easily accessible beaches in Cuba and why you should visit them.
Cuba gets a bad rap when it comes to food. Here's what you need to know about restaurants in Cuba and a list of all the Cuban favorites you can't miss.
Slab City, California. Hidden in the California badlands right smack in the middle of the Sonoran Desert is a little community of....well, squatters technically. A self-made off-the-grid community filled with desert art and well worth a visit if you find…
People are a little confused on the whole Cuba thing. Are we allowed to go or are we not? Let's go through a quick rundown of the ways you can travel to Cuba as an American.
When I say "budget travel" or "hostel" or "street food" does it conjure images of bedbugs, 12-person dorm style sleeping arrangements, and eminent food poisoning? If I'm right on the nose then this post is specifically for YOU.