Tag: travel

Hiking Benefits I’ve Seen So Far From the 52 Hike Challenge

Hiking Benefits I’ve Seen So Far From the 52 Hike Challenge

If you have been following along some of the old articles and my Instagram, I have mentioned that I have been doing the #52HikeChallenge. I joined this challenge when I first heard about it and since I had moved to the land of many, many […]

Hiking the Bell Rock Trail in Sedona: The Astonishing History And Its Powerful Connection to Spirituality

Hiking the Bell Rock Trail in Sedona: The Astonishing History And Its Powerful Connection to Spirituality

Did you know Sedona was once a beach? It’s kind of crazy to think about it especially when we all know of Sedona being famed for its red rocks situated here in Arizona and its dry atmosphere. These rocks were formed from millions of years […]

Peak Sherpa Review: Could This Be Best Energy or Trail Food For Hiking?

Peak Sherpa Review: Could This Be Best Energy or Trail Food For Hiking?

I thought I’ve seen it all when it comes to trail food in grocery stores, but that was not the truth. As an avid hiker, I always love to bring good trail food to keep me energized as I’m taking a hike. But, I realized […]

Exploring Humboldt Mountain: A True Hidden Gem in Arizona

Exploring Humboldt Mountain: A True Hidden Gem in Arizona

Instagram is one of the best apps to use if you want to gain some ideas on where to go for your next exploration destination. That’s actually where I got more than half of my ideas of where I’d like to explore, aside from finding […]

What To Expect On Your First Time Horseback Riding Experience

What To Expect On Your First Time Horseback Riding Experience

Hiking the trails in Arizona, I have always come across horseback riders that I would stop and pave way for to let them get ahead on these trails. There are numerous, close to infinite, trails in this state with rocky and deserted terrains that create […]

From David To One World: A College Graduate Who Traveled to 13 European Countries After Graduating

From David To One World: A College Graduate Who Traveled to 13 European Countries After Graduating

When you meet people who are just as passionate about travel or the outdoors, have a sense of adventure, and have an insatiable curiosity like you do, it creates this connection. There are so many different people and personalities that have inspired themselves and maybe […]

How To Create A Travel-Themed Graduation Celebration

How To Create A Travel-Themed Graduation Celebration

During this May time, a lot of yearly class graduations are happening! And every college student is currently dreaming about their upcoming graduations and the celebrations. It has been almost a year ago since I’ve walked my graduation at Rutgers University. The feeling of looking […]

7 Reasons To Visit A National Park

7 Reasons To Visit A National Park

Did you know this week is National Park Week (Saturday 4/20 – Sunday 4/28)?! As of now, The United States has 61 national parks and each of them encompasses unique beauty that attracts crowds of tourists every year. National parks are one of the few […]

6 Major Things To See In A Renaissance Festival (ft. Arizona Renaissance Festival)

6 Major Things To See In A Renaissance Festival (ft. Arizona Renaissance Festival)

Ever dreamed of what it’s like to live back in the day when kings and queens ruled? When the rebirth of a period of time when art, philosophy, and literature was revolutionary? To experience how medieval life was portrayed? Attending a Renaissance festival (or fair) […]

First Time Camping Out In The Desert (and Sleeping Under The Stars)

First Time Camping Out In The Desert (and Sleeping Under The Stars)

The other day was a trip I’ll never forget in my life and an eye-opening experience as I’ve been shifting into making Arizona and the desert feel like home. A couple of my girlfriends and I decided to camp, randomly, on a Wednesday night. For […]