One of the main values of a millennial is experience over things, which means we seek out the unique, local, and quirky. When we travel, we want properties that tell a story. A place we can make memories. Big box […]
Hip hip hooray, hiking season is finally upon us. With summer the prime time to explore, people know the big bucket-list worthy hikes in the U.S. (looking at you Pacific Coast Trail and the Appalachian Trail), but there still plenty […]
Thailand is undeniably one of the most popular places to visit (and one of my favorite countries!). Despite its long-standing history as a travel hotspot, it remains one of the world’s most wondrous destinations. With that being said, there are […]
“You know the saying, “Too much of a good thing?” I’m tired of traveling. I know. I cringe even saying it, too. I’ve heard other travel bloggers hint at it and thought, “Travel burn out is just for digital nomads […]
If you’re wondering why you haven’t already seen a million Instagram photos of this crazy place, Fly Geyser was on private property. Burning Man recently purchased it and opened it up the public.
Nevada has Burning Man touches scattered around the state so you can get a taste of their unique philosophy, dip your toes in their world, and tide over those looking to adopt the principles year-round.
In the Wizard of Oz, Dorothy famously says, “Toto, I have a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore.” But she just had to look beyond the surface to find a magical wonderland in her own backyard.
Before Billings was Montana’s trailhead it was Montana’s railhead, a major stop in the westward migration in the late 1800s. Today, Montana’s biggest city has a little something for everyone.