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Glamping Among The Elephants: A Journey to Khao Sok thumbnail

When you live on a tiny tropical island, it's going to the mainland that actually feels like a vacation. Which is why it was one of my highlights of 2016, way back at the beginning of it, to finally visit Khao Sok National Park. After a wine tour around Khao Yai, a weekend in Bangkok, and…

When Horseback Riding Goes Wrong thumbnail

Forgetting your passport. Missing your flight. Booking a hotel in the wrong city. These are major travel snafus that can seriously dent your wallet and detour your trip. But what about the little mistakes, like, say, booking the wrong horseback riding tour? Because that's what I did in Brazil. There is so much to do and see…

Howl’oween Is For The Dogs thumbnail

When I decided to spend Halloween in Los Angeles over New York, I had one major motivation. Yes, memories of cold, rainy nights in a damp costume certainly dissuaded me from my East Coast option. But Los Angeles? Los Angeles had Tucker. Game over. Tucker has always been pretty down for dress up time -- or…

A Polar Bear Goodbye to Churchill thumbnail

Hey friends! I’m jumping out of my typical chronologically-based coverage to skip ahead and share my recent trip to Canada. We’ll be back to Thailand soon! After my aquatic adventures were over, we still had a few last land-based excursions to enjoy outside the quirky town of Churchill, Manitoba. Ever the girl scout, I was prepared…

Befriending Beluga Whales in Manitoba thumbnail

Hey friends! I’m jumping out of my typical chronologically-based coverage to skip ahead and share my recent trip to Canada. We’ll be back to Thailand soon! Why are you here? It wasn't an existential question, it was a literal one. The evening before taking off on our Churchill adventure, my tour group gathered and listened intently…

Belugas, Bears and Blooms: Summer in Churchill thumbnail

Hey friends! I’m jumping out of my typical chronologically-based coverage to skip ahead and share my recent trip to Canada. We’ll be back to Thailand soon! "How do human survive here?" We'd taken off before the sunrise and watched as the view out the window turned more and more harsh and inhospitable. There were no roads…

San Diego is For the Dogs: A Pet Friendly Travel Guide thumbnail

I think I've had a pretty wide breadth of experience when it comes to travel. I've traveled alone, I've traveled with friends, I've traveled with family, I've traveled with flings and serious boyfriends. But until recently, I've never traveled with the love of my life: my eleven-year-old cocker spaniel, Tucker. Regular readers know that Tucker is…

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