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10 Tips for Your First Visit to Newfoundland

Heading to Newfoundland for the first time? Check out my top tips on how to make the most of your visit! From eating local and booking a boat tour to visiting in the shoulder season and packing for all weather, I’ve got you covered. Start planning your trip now and get ready for an unforgettable adventure on this beautiful island.


Puerto Rico’s Hidden Gems: Off-the-Beaten-Path Destinations to Discover

While popular tourist destinations like Old San Juan, El Yunque National Forest, and the beaches of Rincon draw thousands of visitors each year, there are many hidden gems scattered throughout Puerto Rico that are equally worth exploring. They not only offers a chance for adventure and discovery but also helps to support local communities and preserve the island’s natural and cultural heritage.


Unconventional Travel Hack for Cheaper Flights

Inflation is everywhere these days, travel included. Everything is more expensive so if I can find a way to get a deal, I’ll go for it. Even if it sounds a bit out there. I’ve got a bit of a different hack for you today when it comes to getting the best price possible on flights. Hear me out…


Long Island City

Should You Stay in Queens?

A lot of first time visitors like to stay near Times Square, but I have a different favourite for my visits now: Queens. It wasn’t that long ago that Queens wasn’t on anybody’s travel radar but these days it’s thriving. I think this borough is one of the best kept secrets and makes a great base for any visit to New York.


20+ Tips for Your First Visit to New York City

So you’ve decided to plan your first trip to New  York… yay! It’s one of my favourite cities and I love the energy there. But it can definitely be overwhelming. So Many People. So. Many. Things. To. Do. After nine visits, I’ve figured out a few things though. Get ready to experience the magic of New York City with my essential guide for first-time visitors. Learn how to beat the crowds, find the best eats, and make the most of your time in the city that never sleeps.


All Inclusive

What to Pack for an All-Inclusive Vacation

Spending a week at an all-inclusive resort during the winter is undoubtedly a good idea. There’s lots of daylight, beautiful white sand to sink your toes in, and tons of delicious, healthy foods available. Whether you want to explore Mexican cenotes, go snorkelling in the Dominican Republic, or drink mojitos in Cuba, there’s something for everyone to chase away the winter blues. Using my 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 packing list method, I’ve put together a capsule wardrobe that will take you from the beaches of Veradero to the restaurants of Riviera Maya to the discos of Ochos Rios and back again.


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