Mesa, AZ: Superstition Mountain Museum and The Superstitions (Part 1)

Some of the things I truly cherish around my parents’ new home in Mesa, Arizona, which is almost 30 minutes away from the capital of Phoenix, are the endless mountain views you can see not too far. Growing up from suburban neighborhoods and being raised in there by my parents, being surrounded by nature wasn’t […]

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Page, Arizona: Horseshoe Bend

Arizona, Arizona, Arizona… I can say so much great things about this state and this month, I will be featuring so many wonderful posts on my recent trip there! Keep reading to find what out what this beauty is about and stay tuned for more to come in the next weeks. Arizona is probably one […]

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Arizona: Grand Canyon National Park

When you think about America and the country’s national parks, the first thought that might come up in your head is… the Grand Canyon. Grand Canyon is in fact one of the most popular and greatest tourist attractions in the country. The Grand Canyon is an immense canyon with layers of red rock that were […]

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Reasons to Go Road Trip in Arizona

Known as The Grand Canyon State or The Copper State, Arizona is one of my favorite states because it’s one of the most grand places to see. Its areas are attracted by tourists from all over the world and not just to see the famous Grand Canyon, which is known as one of the Seven […]

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Arizona: Sedona Red Rocks

One of my favorite American drives takes place in the 48th state of the United States, Arizona. I came here to visit last summer with my family, whom also reside in Arizona, and my parents and sister. We road tripped through half the state of Arizona. One of the places we got to see was […]

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Arizona: Superstition Mountains, the Apache Trail, and Canyon Lake

Arizona, one of the hottest states located in the deserts and the 48th state, has a variety of southwestern nature that you will find. Last summer, my family and I visited Arizona and we took a couple road trips to see some nature sightings and road tripped through half the state of Arizona. One of […]

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Arizona: The Lower Antelope Canyon

During the summer that had just past, my parents, myself, and one of my older sisters went on a family vacation to Arizona. The cool thing about having family in Arizona is that they can literally show you around and be wonderful hosts. My family and I met up with my uncle and my aunt […]

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