Spending some time in Puerto Rico 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 foods available. Whether you want to explore glowing bio bays, learn how to surf, immerse yourself in Boricua culture or seek out the best mofongo on the island, there’s something for everyone to chase away the winter blues. Use this capsule wardrobe to look your best without overpacking.
If you got a call to attend an international yoga retreat, but you only had 8 days to plan and book. Would you go? I did just that this summer and I’m so glad I did. Portuguese tarts and yoga really brought me back to life.
We all know about the Amalfi Coast, Barcelona, and Paris but Europe is a big continent filled with some underrated gems that are particularly stunning in the fall. I asked fellow bloggers about their favourite off-the-radar European destinations.
If you couldn’t get a rental car for your visit to Newfoundland and Labrador this summer, don’t worry, all is not lost. If you find yourself in St. John’s without wheels, you can still have an amazing trip. Follow along with my 3-day itinerary and see some of the best the city has to offer.
Italy is one of the most popular summer vacation destinations in Europe, and for good reason. Even though it can get scorching hot there’s something about gelatos and Vespas and pizza that make it a magical travel destination. Use this capsule wardrobe to capture “la Bella figura” without overpacking.
Halifax is a special place to visit. Whether you’re into history, boats, music, or getting outdoors, there’s always something for you to do in in this Canadian Maritime city of 400,000. It’s come a long way from it’s time as a hub on the Atlantic trading route and is now a must-visit stop on any good Eastern Canadian trip. So what do I think are the best things to do in Halifax?