Kennebunkport Food Tour

Recently, I took a food tour through the beautiful town of Kennebunkport, Maine. It’s a town bordering the ocean and quintessentially New England. Boats are floating in the harbor, locals are fishing over bridges, the downtown Main Street is filled with cute shops and family run restaurants – it is awesome. I hadn’t been there … Continue reading Kennebunkport Food Tour

Lincoln, NH

This past weekend, my boyfriend and I went to Lincoln, NH. I grew up going here a lot with my family in the summer and for skiing, but I hadn’t been in years. I forgot how much fun it is there! Loon Mountain is a huge attraction if you like to ski in the winter. … Continue reading Lincoln, NH

Alaska

When I was younger, I went to Alaska for two weeks on a family vacation. Contrary to many people’s beliefs, Alaska is not just one big sheet of ice. In the summer, it can get warm there and is actually filled with forests. When we went in July (I watched the 4th of July fireworks … Continue reading Alaska

Arizona

When I was seven I took a two week trip to Arizona, Utah, Colorado and Nevada. Today’s post I’m going to talk about Arizona. We went to the Petrified Forest, best known for globally significant Late Triassic fossils and multi-hued Chinle Formation. We also took a hike through the painted desert which encompasses over 93,500 … Continue reading Arizona

Paradise Found.

If you are looking for a relaxing vacation I would highly recommend Marco Island, FL. White sand beaches, palm trees, clear water and the beach is also covered with shells. There isn’t much nightlife so the island is very quiet. Bring plenty of books! However there are amazing beach bars you can sit at night and … Continue reading Paradise Found.