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Where To Drink In The Finger Lakes: My Craft Beverage Trail Faves thumbnail

Where we’re at: I’m jumping ahead to share my trip in October 2020 with Finger Lakes Wine Country. I’ll jump back into chronological time eventually! And PS: An exciting Wander Women Retreats announcement related to this post is coming soon — stay tuned! The holidays have come and gone — and I, like many, toasted to…

The Ultimate Dog Friendly Santa Barbara Guide thumbnail

Where we’re at: I’m recapping my summer of 2018, which included this trip to California in July.  I have a confession to make: after a few days in Santa Barbara, Ian and I had started musing that the dog friendly guide I was there to research would be the easiest post I’d ever had to write…

A Sip of Aloha: Drinking Local at Maui’s Winery, Brewery, and Distilleries thumbnail

A booze snob, I am not. I tend to grab whatever white wine is on sale and I’ll generally plan to shrug at bottom shelf liquor as long as my ever-increasing-with-age hangovers allow — I’m a classy girl, I know. But I make a big exception when I’m traveling, in which case I’m all about drinking…

A Nash Bash to Remember! How to Throw a Bachelorette Weekend in Nashville thumbnail

So, is anyone in America not having their bachelorette party in Nashville these days? It seems almost every bride I know is considering having her last fling before the ring in Music City, and they aren’t alone if the knowing winks I get from anyone I mentioned my upcoming travels to were an indication. And why…

The Gulp Coast For Non-Beer Drinkers: Taking a Sip of St. Pete’s Wine and Cider Scene thumbnail

It’s not called The Gulp Coast for nothing — The St. Pete and Clearwater craft beer trail is a sudsy brew-lovers dream. And it’s probably no surprise to regular Wanderland readers that I had zero plans to explore it. As a non-beer drinking blogger, brewery tours normally don’t have any place on my itineraries. However, my time in…

One Last Sip of Sun: A Tour of Hua Hin Hills Vineyard thumbnail

After three days in Hua Hin, Ian and I’s relaxation retreat was almost complete. We’d ticked almost every box: sun, sand, sea, and sleep. There was just one last unwinding agent to attend to: wine. So far, our explorations of Thailand’s unknown wine country had been a wild success. Two days in the Khao Yai district had revealed three beautiful…

Stop And Smell The Rosé: Winding Down Thailand Wine Weekend at Alcidini thumbnail

Two down, one to go — our weekend of hopping Thailand’s wineries was so far a smashing success. After spending our first day at Khao Yai’s first vineyard and Thailand’s one and only winery helmed by a women, we were excited to see what our third and final stop of the weekend would have in store. After a…

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