It’s not often that you get to cross off two bucket list items with one stone, but that’s part of what makes Seabob Aruba so special. Most people go to Aruba to enjoy the 5-star resorts and lounge beachside for hours. While the hotel I stayed at was definitely inviting, I wanted to get out and see more than just my guest room. Specifically, I wanted to have an underwater adventure. If you too have mermaid dreams, or simply…

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I’m a solo female travel blogger attempting 12 trips in 12 months as part of my year of adventure. Every story has a beginning, here’s mine! My Year of Adventure: The Prequel “Why you no have baby?” the man queried, leaning in intently across my desk. I wasn’t sure how to answer this question.  Heck, I wasn’t even sure I understood it. “Why I no have baby?” I repeated quizzically, trying to figure out what my client…

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I recently went on an epic 5-day roadtrip to Zion National Park, Antelope Canyon, Horseshoe Bend, The Grand Canyon and Las Vegas. It was an incredible weekend filled with mountains, views and the opportunity to reconnect with nature, one of the goals for my year of adventure. The first stop, Zion National Park, was nothing short of amazing, though not exactly what I was expecting. The Narrows v. Angel’s Landing For the longest time I had been ogling videos…

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Standing at 550 feet tall and offering unparalleled views of the strip, the High Roller is the largest observation wheel in the world. Many compare it to the London Eye. If you want to recreate your childhood ferry wheel days as an adult, this is the best way to do it! I was provided with two tickets to ride the High Roller on a recent trip to Las Vegas. I found Vegas to be a…

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Antelope Canyon is one of the most photographed locations in the world. With sweeping curves, sunbeams and sand showers, it looks like something out of a daydream. Naturally, it was a must-see on my mission to complete 12 trips in 12 months. Located in Lake Powell Tribal Park in Page, Arizona, you can only access this Navajo site with a designated guide. There are two canyons, Upper and Lower, but the photo tours and coveted sunbeam…

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