Perhaps one of the pinnacles of Scotland’s wild, untamed landscape lies in the far north of the highlands. Dunnet Head is a located along Scotland’s North Coast 500, set against dramatic and sweeping cliffs of the Atlantic Ocean. No trip to the Scottish Highlands would be complete without stopping at Dunnet Head, a gorgeous peninsula with no shortage of wildlife, and a lighthouse!… Read More
Do you like to be active when you travel? Here are some ideas to introduce a little activity during your vacation.
Off the west coast of England, nestled halfway between the shores of Cumbria and Northern Ireland, the cliffs, beaches and seaside towns of the Isle of Man erupt from the Irish sea. As the British Lake District creaks under the weight of a booming tourist industry, off-the-beaten-track adventure-seekers will want to find the best things to do in the Isle… Read More
Swimming with horses in Jamaica fulfills many bucket list fantasies of honeymooners and vacationing couples! It’s the ultimate romantic excursion for couples visiting the Caribbean Islands. Swimming with Horses in Jamaica We’ve taken many horse treks and trail rides during our travels, but when Visit Jamaica asked us if we’d like to swim with horses in Montego Bay, I’ll admit, I had my… Read More
17 Mile Drive is one of the most scenic drives in the world. Located on the Highway 1 Coastal Route between Carmel by the Sea and Pacific Grove, this drive takes you through one of California’s most exclusive communities, Pebble Beach. Many people pay $10.25 to enter the famous route in Pebble Beach by car, but if you ride a… Read More
Looking for things to do outside Cusco? Di from Slight North shares her top three little-known hiking day trips in Cusco. A lot of tourists pass through Cusco, Peru quickly. They just use the city as a stopping point on their way to Peru’s main attraction: the Incan ruins of Machu Picchu. However, I lived in the city for two… Read More
It’s difficult to compete with the beauty of Alberta. Whether you visit in winter or summer there are so many things to do in Alberta you’ll want to keep going back again and again. At least that is what happened to us, we’ve had the pleasure of visiting Alberta on several occasions in all seasons. Trust me, if you visit… Read More