Jetsetting, UNESCO

The Giant’s Causeway – A UNESCO World Heritage Site | Northern Ireland

Along the North Coast of Northern Ireland is a wonderous geological formation called The Giant's Causeway. It is an area of about 40,000 interlockingĀ basalt columns which were the result of an ancient volcanic fissure eruption. The basalt columns built natural stepping stones of various heights, which create a dramatic scene with the Atlantic ocean waves… Continue reading The Giant’s Causeway – A UNESCO World Heritage Site | Northern Ireland

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Cayo Costa State Park | Exploring Florida

Welcome to Cayo Costa! This unspoiled Gulf Coast island in Florida is a nature lovers paradise. It is peaceful, secluded and can feel like you are on a private island. There are wind shaped trees, miles of white sand beaches, wildlife, and crystal blue waters. The best part of all is the freedom to explore… Continue reading Cayo Costa State Park | Exploring Florida

USA Travel

Seward Highway – Scenic Byway | Exploring Alaska

As a traveler and road tripper, I have driven throughout the majority of the fifty states including Alaska and Hawaii. There have been drives that I wished would have ended quickly and others that I wished would have never ended. Seward Highway in Alaska was one of those scenic byways that I wished would have… Continue reading Seward Highway – Scenic Byway | Exploring Alaska

Global Dining

The Bubble Room Restaurant | Captiva Island, Florida

It's Christmas all year round in Captiva, Florida! This little coastal island located off the Gulf of Mexico is my favorite place in all of Florida to visit. There are only a few places in the United States that I can say I feel at home and relaxed in. Both Sanibel and Captiva, Florida have… Continue reading The Bubble Room Restaurant | Captiva Island, Florida

Food Journals

What I ate along the RED SEA in EGYPT | A Food Journal

The beautiful beach towns that sit along the Red Sea in Egypt, such as Sharm El Sheikh and Dahab are unlike any other places in Egypt. I found Sharm to be very relaxing, friendly but with a hint of adventure. There are many tourists who come to Sharm or Dahab and skip Cairo all together… Continue reading What I ate along the RED SEA in EGYPT | A Food Journal

Jetsetting, UNESCO

The Magic of Mykonos | A True Dreamscape

Mykonos's pristine white buildings and the various shades of blue create a form of dreamscape for those who catch photo glimpses of this Grecian Island. Several friends have asked me if Mykonos really looked like the photos they have seen and I always gave it a HARD YES! ____________________ Old Town In Old Town Mykonos… Continue reading The Magic of Mykonos | A True Dreamscape