Tag: 5-star

erika-szychowski
by Stefanie Michaels It's time to meet the founder of Good Zebra! Anyone else struggle to eat well on-the-go and find that the more active you are the worse it gets? Enter Erika Szychowski, the founder of a better for you snack brand that puts the one-two punch in convenient, delicious...
Woman in ocean
by Caroline Makepeace One of the hardest things I think I’ve had to do is choose just 8 Western Australian beaches for you to dream about walking on. With a coastline of 12,913 miles, Western Australia presents an endless stretch of white sand, pristine turquoise water, and dazzling sunsets. I can...
Machu Picchu
by Nilina Mason- Campbell Machu Picchu is an illustrious and mythical mountain, one of the new 7 Wonders of the World. Whether you're making the trip to Peru specifically to visit the ancient city or it's part of a list of nearby destinations related to the surrounding Sacred Valley, there's...
Hotel Review The Wall House
by Shanna F. Jones Deep in the heart of Amish country in Ohio’s farmlands, the Wallhouse Hotel stands out against the landscape. Modern decor, technologically advanced facilities and contemporary comfort, the Wallhouse is not your typical Amish country lodgings by any means. Situated in the quaint village of Walnut Creek,...
mexico-museum
by Nilina Mason- Campbell With Mexico City’s cosmopolitan reputation, of course the city's art and culture is world class. Aside from gallery saturated neighborhoods like Roma and Condesa, the capital city also hosts the annual Zona Maco art fair every February; the largest in Latin America. But the top...
Rarotonga Cook Islands
One of my all time favorite destinations is the Cook Islands. The country's main isle is called Rarotonga, and a central hub for airlines dropping off their eager, sun craving passengers. The Cooks are comprised of fifteen islands, situated in the heart of the Pacific, halfway between Hawaii and New Zealand....
chile-for-adventure-girl
by Nilina Mason- Campbell Vibrant and whimsical, Valparaiso, Chile is located not too far outside of Santiago, making it an easy escape from the capital city and what an escape it is! Filled to the brim with colorful street art and historic buildings while framed by the Pacific ocean...
Jam
by Elizabeth Rushe London Borough of Jam is a jam range and charming shop run by Lillie O’Brien. Originally from Melbourne, Lillie is a pastry chef who has been running her own jam business (jelly for US folks) since 2011. LBJ handmade jams are locally produced preserves in Hackney, London,...
Amanda Cushman
by Melissa Corbin    Malcolm Gladwell refers to folks who know a lot of other folks as “connectors” in his 2000 best-seller, Tipping Point. If asked who do Hugo Boss, Martha Stewart and Neil Patrick Harris have in common, you’d be hard pressed to come up with a better connector...
8Great Arizona
By Fiona Tapp More than 22 million people visit metropolitan Phoenix, Arizona, each year and with good reason. This modern and vibrant city has everything urbanites could dream of with all the vast southwestern desert just minutes away. It offers both sprawling wilderness and all the excitement of downtown city...
Caribbean Islands NOT in the Hurricane Belt
by Stefanie Michaels People ask me all the time, "Where can I go in the Caribbean during summer and during the its storm season-- islands NOT in the hurricane belt?" Good question! What is the hurricane belt? Which are not in the hurricane belt? The hurricane belt is a part of the Atlantic...
dim-sum-seasame-balls
by Michele Sponagle With more than 400 Asian restaurants, this city has been touted as having the most authentic Chinese cuisine outside of China. Surprise! It’s not San Francisco or New York. It’s Richmond, British Columbia, a 30-minute drive from Vancouver, Canada. With so many restaurants, featuring everything from Korean...

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