If you’ve never been to California’s Sequoia National Park, you’re missing out. While it’s often overlooked for Yosemite National Park, it’s spectacular neighbor to the North, skipping Sequoia is skipping something truly spectacular and unique in this world.
I’ll tell you right now that this region is a vastly underrated travel destination. I spent most of my time in the towns of Destin and Fort Walton Beach. The beaches were covered in gorgeous, soft, powder white sand. The water was that gorgeous tropical teal color, and it was warm and crystal clear to boot. There were fun water sports to partake in such as boat rides, jet skis, parasailing, and kayaking.
It’s another Wanderlust Wednesday and today I’m dreaming of Singapore.
If you’re planning on going to Hawaii any time soon, I’m jealous! You’re about to have an amazing time in one of my favorite places. You’re also in for a treat, quite literally, because Hawaii has some delicious food! Make sure you don’t leave the islands until you’ve feasted upon these awesome dishes:
San Diego is an internationally known destination for surf, sun, and fun. We have a world famous zoo and some other truly awesome things to see and do, so I welcome you and hope you enjoy yourself.
I’ve packed my bags, and I’m off for a long weekend in Northwest Florida! I’ll be visiting the Destin/Fort Walton Beach area and I couldn’t be more excited! Plans involve eating, hanging out with my friend who lives there, eating some more, going swimming in absolutely gorgeous, warm waters, perhaps eating again, checking out some alligators, riding a fan boat, oh…and eating.
Southern California is a place that was made for music festivals. With year-round good weather and a large, music-loving population, the options for attending awesome outdoor music festivals are relatively endless. These four music festivals are among some of the biggest, most impressive lineups to come to town.
It’s Wednesday again, and I’m dreaming of another far-off destination. This week, my attention is turned to the African country of Botswana.
I boarded my flight from Los Angeles armed with a paperback copy of The Tao of Pooh, which I hadn’t read yet but was interested in. After we had all boarded and the flight attendants had finished with their safety demonstration, I settled in for the flight and cracked my book open, looking forward to the opportunity to relax and read for a while.
I must say snorkeling with the giant manta rays off the coast of Kona also ranks highly in my top life experiences to date.