Turks and Caicos–Worth The High Prices?

March 2018–Turks and Caicos Islands There’s no way to sugar coat it, Turks and Caicos is an expensive Caribbean Island. Actually, the most expensive Caribbean Island I’ve visited. So why choose Turks and Caicos? I’ll give you a five reasons, if you need some convincing. Fresh Conch. Straight out of the Caribbean Sea into my…

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Views From The Top

March 2018–Turks and Caicos Islands There’s a good reason why I always book a window seat. Even though it’s a little more squished, and you have to bug other passengers to move in and out, it’s completely worth it! Whether it’s a bright, sunny day, a night flight, or approaching sunrise/sunset the view from the…

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Top 10 Solo Travel Tips

(Sunset photo taken on a month long solo travel around South East Asia.  Taken in El Nido, Palawan. Philippines.) I am a week out from a solo, beach adventure to Turks and Caicos in the Caribbean Islands.  I booked this flight, on a whim one evening while browsing my emails for flight deals.  $99 one…

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The Best Surprises Involve Photography!

February 2018–Conway, South Carolina USA I’d been waiting for my ‘Saturday Surprise’ since arriving home from China a few weeks ago. Do you know how hard it is to wait that long?  Patience has never been my best virtue.  Unfortunately, the weather was not cooperating for us on the weekends, so it continued to be…

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To The Moon and Back

January 31, 2018–Garden City, South Carolina   I’ve always been in love with the sightings of the moon. Last night definitely proved that point as I stood in 20 degree Fahrenheit temperatures, brisk roaring winds, and high tide rolling waves in order to capture some shots of the ‘super blue blood moon.’ I completely underestimated…

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What really makes the GREAT WALL of China so great?!

January 2018–Beijing, China “What really makes the Great Wall of China so great?”  The question that had been floating in my mind all the way back into September when I booked a trip to China, just to see the ever-so-famous GREAT WALL.  Of course, I remember learning about the Great Wall at some point in…

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