Ireland’s Far Less Visited, Yet Stunning Cliffs: Kilkee Cliffs

You'd be hard pressed to find anyone visiting Ireland for the first time that isn't interested in seeing the Cliffs of Moher. Waves crashing into rocks, cliff edges towering overhead, The Cliffs of Moher are one of Ireland’s most visited and unique attractions. Part of a dramatic stretch of coastline, 14 km of cliffside trail … Continue reading Ireland’s Far Less Visited, Yet Stunning Cliffs: Kilkee Cliffs

A Guide to Savannah’s Two Sides, Soulful & Spooky

The essence of Savannah curves through the city. Oak trees covered with dangling Spanish moss. Historic homes with beautiful iron details. Unwavering southern hospitality. A burgeoning food and drink scene. And, of course, historical markers on what seems like every street. It's said to be one of the most haunted cities in America, and at … Continue reading A Guide to Savannah’s Two Sides, Soulful & Spooky

Honest Recap: What It Was Like to Visit Disney World in 2020

A pre-post note: I don't need to reference the latest COVID-19 statistics to convey how severe the situation is globally. Many would consider theme parks in Orlando operating to be a controversial issue, and back in July, I was one of them. After a few days at Disney in early December, I can say I … Continue reading Honest Recap: What It Was Like to Visit Disney World in 2020

8 Cozy Cities in Europe, Perfect for a Winter Visit 

Summer months are, by far and collectively, the busiest months for tourism across European countries. But, if you ask me, one of the best times to visit Europe is during winter. Daylight hours made fade and temperatures may drop, but the tourists also diminish. And, in cities where snow falls often or occasionally, wandering historical … Continue reading 8 Cozy Cities in Europe, Perfect for a Winter Visit