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Boutique Beach

Experience the Real Maldives with Boutique Beach, Dhigurah


We all know the Maldives as one of the world’s most ultimate luxurious travel destinations. But, as you peek behind the curtain of water villas and extravagant resorts, there is a side to this island paradise rarely seen in the travel magazines and, in my opinion, no trip to the Maldives is complete without experiencing it. Luckily for us, Boutique…

Work in the travel industry

An Open Letter to Those Who Work in the Travel Industry


Hours of travel can be a great time for reflection. Without fail, every time I go on a plane, I look out the window and think about how incredible it is to be able to travel. I mean, we live in a time where you can book a ticket online, get on a flight and travel all the way across the…

Favorite travel things

17 Photos to Inspire you to Experience a Wildlife Safari in Sri Lanka


Firstly, if you’re thinking that this post is an excuse for me to share a bunch of animal pictures then you’re 100% right & I’m giving you a virtual gold star right now. I held back on spamming my Instagram page with elephants because I figured people don’t want to see them as much as I do. But, I can’t…

Reykjavik on a Budget

Reykjavik on a Budget: How to Visit Without Breaking the Bank


There are a lot of words you could use to describe Iceland but “cheap” certainly isn’t one of them. That’s not to say that you shouldn’t visit though because it’s an awesome country and there’s a lot to see and do. During my recent visit, I was trying not to jump on the spendings treadmill too much so I decided…

Good in the world

Travel Inspiration: A Few Of My Favorite Travel Things


This week on the blog, I have a few things to share with you and, particularly, a few of my favorite travel things. I like these posts because I get to share some things that I love and enjoy plus I also get to share a little about me so we can get to know each other better. I’d love…

Swimming in Iceland

Swimming in Iceland: Mandatory Group Showers & Everything Else You Need to Know


Swimming in Iceland is a big part of the culture and the residents definitely don’t let the cold stop them. You’ve probably already heard of the Blue Lagoon and Secret Lagoon but luckily, these crowded and expensive tourist attractions are not the only places to take a dip. There are many local geothermal pools all around Iceland and whether you are…

Iceland as a solo female traveler

How to Explore Iceland as a Solo Female Traveler


Exploring Iceland as a solo female traveler can sound overwhelming! There’s the intense weather fluctuations, the rugged climate and the isolation, but don’t let that stop you from booking a trip because Iceland is a very solo female traveler friendly destination. I wanted to see as much of the beautiful nature there as possible but there was the one catch – the…