Chichen-Itza and Ik Kil Cenote

I have always been an aspiring traveler. With many future destinations on my bucket list, it is nonetheless a lifetime goal to visit the seven wonders of the modern world (not to leave out the last remaining ancient world wonder that is the Pyramids of Giza). Since my  world history semester project in high school, I've been …

Tulum Ruinas Mayas

Tulum is as one of the most picturesque destinations in all of Mexico, known for its archaeological ruins that overlook the turquoise Caribbean Sea. On the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico, hundreds of Mayan ruins scatter across the lands. Tulum, however, is one of the most popular archaeological sights because of its location, cliff topography, and view of …

Lake Naivasha, Kenya

Naivasha is one of the most spectacular regions of Kenya. Boating along the coast, it's impossible NOT to spot hundreds of zebras, wildebeest, gazelles, and giraffes. Even closer, though, are the hippopotamus pods that feed on the lush aqua vegetation in the lake. Neighboring Lake Naivasha is Lake Elementatia, where the salt of Naivasha collects …

Best of Brooklyn

Couldn't have gotten a better tour of New York City than from my cousin, Leanne Hyer. This urban-city girl knows all the best places in town and showed me every where there is to see in Brooklyn (partly because of a mis-routed Uber ride) Following her around was a great way to see NYC for a first-timer like …

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