Northern Ireland

Visiting the Titanic Museum Belfast

Belfast, Northern Ireland. It’s famous for Game of Thrones scenery and filming locations, murals, “troubles,” and… the Titanic! This third point was my and my younger brother’s whole reason for visiting Belfast, and it’s the reason thousands of people visit every year. This museum opened in 2012, just a couple of weeks before the 100th… Continue reading Visiting the Titanic Museum Belfast

DC Tours · Washington DC

How to Tour Washington Nationals Park

It’s America’s favorite pastime: baseball! Its devotees are some of the most loyal fans around, and is it really possible to experience America in summertime if you didn’t go to a game? You can tour plenty of stadiums around the country, but let’s get real, touring Nationals Stadium in the Nation’s capital city is the… Continue reading How to Tour Washington Nationals Park

molokai

Hiking Hawaii: Molokai

Where is the best place you’ve ever hiked? For us, it’s definitely the Islands of Hawaii! Each island is distinct in its beauty, and every time we hike in the islands, we find ourselves in awe of the waterfalls, mountains, and epic coastal views. So of course Molokai, the “most Hawaiian” island, couldn’t help but… Continue reading Hiking Hawaii: Molokai

Northern Ireland · World Foods

What to Eat in Belfast

If you didn’t already know, I took a “wee” trip to Belfast with my “wee” brother recently, and what’s one of the best things we did? We ate! There was loads of walking to do, so we worked up quite an appetite in just the two days we were there. Day 1 Day 1 was… Continue reading What to Eat in Belfast

Wyoming

What to Know Before You Visit Cheyenne, WY

“Maybe I can still make Cheyenne…” I loved that George Strait song when I was about 10 years old, but I didn’t really know what it meant! In fact, it’s been stuck in my head since I visited the Cheyenne Frontier Days Museum. Yikes! If you find yourself making your way to Cheyenne, there are… Continue reading What to Know Before You Visit Cheyenne, WY

molokai

5 Days on Molokai

Aloha from Hawaii’s Friendly Isle! We spent our 5th anniversary on Molokai, the “most Hawaiian” and least touristy of the islands. There are plenty of special things about Hawaii and each of its beautiful islands, but we wanted to know more about Molokai’s unique history and landscape. Here is an itinerary similar to ours but… Continue reading 5 Days on Molokai

Northern Ireland

10 Reasons to Visit Belfast

I’ll be honest, Belfast was not at the tippy-top of my travel to-do list! But since visiting, I can’t wait to go back! I found it endlessly fascinating, from the history to the mythology to the breakfast! Here are 10 reasons you should make time for a few days in Belfast, Northern Ireland. 10. To… Continue reading 10 Reasons to Visit Belfast

Wyoming

FREE Things to Do in Cheyenne, WY

I think the Great Recession made us all a little jumpy when it comes to how we spend our money, and that includes tourism dollars. I was a lowly, poor college graduate at the rock bottom of the Recession, but I wasn’t willing to let that stop me from living life and seeing the world!… Continue reading FREE Things to Do in Cheyenne, WY

World Foods · Wyoming

What to Eat in Cheyenne, WY

Who’s hungry?! If you are, then Cheyenne is the place to go. With tons of locally-owned restaurants and friendly people, you won’t leave hungry and you won’t leave angry! Here’s a peek at what I ate when I went up to Cheyenne, Wyoming, to visit my friends Amanda and Brock!  Senator Steakhouse at Terry Bison… Continue reading What to Eat in Cheyenne, WY

Scotland

What to Know Before You Visit Edinbrugh

Planning a trip to Scotland? Edinburgh, as the capital city, is most likely on your list of cities to visit, even if you’re just flying in and out of there. I found Edinburgh to be walkable, the people to be friendly, and the castle to be overwhelming! Here are some tips for your own trip… Continue reading What to Know Before You Visit Edinbrugh