Everyone likes to getaway, especially on long weekends, but don’t forget to take advantage your own backyard. Memorial Day weekend serves as the kickoff for summer, and this year the must do list in the San Francisco Bay Area seems longer than ever.
The list of places to visit in the Caribbean is long. And it’s about to get even longer.
Island hopping has long been a thing. A fun thing. But if you’re the type of traveler who likes to go places off the beaten bath, the Caribbean probably hasn’t been on your radar. But good news, there still are spots where mass tourism isn’t the norm.
First stop, Nicaragua’s Corn Islands.
For most folks a trip to Yellowstone National Park, is what summer vacations are made for. But winter has some perks worth considering when planning your next park adventure.
Part of the fun of traveling somewhere new is the unexpected. Even when you’ve done your research, surprises can be a good thing. Unexpected wows. That’s what I like to call them. Even if you’ve read countless travel websites and every guidebook out there, they can sneak up on you.
I’ve lost track of how many years I’ve called the San Francisco Bay Area home, but I always get excited about planning a trip to Los Angeles. Southern California and Northern California may call the same state home, but it’s safe to say a bit of a rivalry exists. LA was where I spent my college days, and fell in love with summer-like weather that’s typical all year long.
Everyone was on board and buckled in. The airplane door was closed, and I was thrilled to have an open seat next to me. Than the pilot clicked on. The plane had a flat tire and we were looking at a two hour delay leaving Vancouver.
What do you look for when choosing a hotel for vacation? Price? Location? Choices seem to grow every day and it’s not just about the destination anymore. Hotels are cooking all sorts of ways to reel in guests.
Luckily, long, sunny days are waiting in Cabo San Lucas..
Think about your last vacation. How did you decide where you wanted to go? Was it the sun? The food? Or maybe some of the sights you’d see along the way?Traditionally, when it comes to traveling, it’s about the destination. But sometimes it’s the residents of a destination – the wild locals so to speak – that can make a trip.
When you go on vacation, working is typically the last thing you want to think about, but that may be a changing trend.