48 Hours in Aruba, Part 3: Dutch Pancakes & Goodbyes

48 Hours in Aruba, Part 3: Dutch Pancakes & Goodbyes

After a long day of exploring Aruba’s rock formations, Arikok National Park and Baby Beach on UTVs, we were dusty, hot and ready to plot a relaxing final 24 hours on the island. Continue Reading…

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48 Hours in Aruba, Part 2: Off Roading & Cave Exploring On the “Other Side” Of the Island

48 Hours in Aruba, Part 2: Off Roading & Cave Exploring On the “Other Side” Of the Island

As I mentioned in Part 1 of my 48 Hours in Aruba post, this is a tiny island that’s only 20 miles long and 6 miles wide. Yet most visitors stick to the same section near the cluster of high rise hotels and resorts during their stay. It’s easy to see why – Palm Beach and Eagle Beach are both gorgeous, and once you plop yourself down in front of that shimmering Caribbean water, it’s going to be tough to pull away. But if you get the chance to go (quite literally) off the beaten path you will discover Aruba’s untouched wilderness, unique desert landscapes and fascinating rock formations. Continue Reading…

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48 Hours in Aruba, Part 1: In Search of Authentic Aruban Food, Whatever That Is!

48 Hours in Aruba, Part 1: In Search of Authentic Aruban Food, Whatever That Is!

Aruba is a small island in the Caribbean that attracts honeymooners and sun worshipers from all over the globe thanks to its year-round perfect weather. But I didn’t have oodles of time to lounge around on the beach: I was in Aruba for just 48 hours and I was on a mission to see everything there was to see and hunt down some good food. Continue Reading…

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Inspired by “Wild” | My Top 5 Scenic Adventures

Inspired by “Wild” | My Top 5 Scenic Adventures

Did you know that movies are one of the best channels for tourism marketing? Countries like New Zealand and Iceland have soared in popularity among travelers since movies like The Hobbit and shows like Game of Thrones have been released. Seeing such incredible scenery on screen is enough to inspire anyone to travel, and Reese Witherspoon’s new movie, Wild, did just that, right here in the United States. Continue Reading…

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  Hi! I'm Anna. I'm originally from Boston but right now I live in NYC where I'm working full time as a fashion publicist. I'm also traveling the world on weekends, holidays and two weeks of vacation. My mission is to help you live a happy, healthy and travel-filled life *without* quitting your 9-to-5!
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