Looking for the very best things to do in Nova Scotia? After extensively traveling the entire province from North to South, we’ve had many grand adventures. This Nova Scotia travel guide will help you make the most of your East Coast Road Trip and offer unique ideas of what to see and do. Things to do in Nova Scotia We could dedicate… Read More
North America is a continent housing Canada, the United States, Mexico, and the Caribbean. This is a collection of guides showcasing the best of North America.
A person cannot go to New York for the first time and not go to the Statue of Liberty and we are no exception. We were hoping to wake up early and make our way down to the Battery Park early to book our tickets to enter the crown of the Statue of Liberty. Unfortunately, two weeks of hard travel had taken its toll and we slept in.
Choosing where to stay in New York City can be time-consuming because there are so many unique neighborhoods around the city. This guide will help you understand the layout and personality of New York City. Whether you’re a first time visitor, looking to visit the Statue of Liberty and Times Square or someone who has visited the city before, this guide will… Read More
We love New York! We’ve visited the Big Apple many times over the past decade, but haven’t really shared a lot of our experiences from our travels. So on a recent trip, we ordered a New York Pass to re-visit some of Manhattan’s top tourist attractions and refresh our memories on what the best things to do in New York… Read More
The world-famous road to Hana is one of the must-do experiences when visiting Maui. It can be overwhelming deciding what to see, so we’ver rounded up all the road to Hana stops that we did on Maui’s epic coastal drive. The Road to Hana, aka The Hana Highway, takes you from the sleepy surf town of Paia to the peaceful… Read More
San Francisco was once known as the epicenter of the counterculture movement. In the 1960s and 70s, it was the place where you would find artists, beatniks, and those who practiced an alternative lifestyle. Today, San Francisco is more tech than it is artsy but it still revolves around a culture that values tolerance and acceptance of diversity. One of… Read More