Travel to Tahiti: No Honeymoon Required
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by Sherry
1M ago
“I thought I’d have to get married to travel to Tahiti,” my friend and solo traveler Lisa said to me while we were sipping pina coladas on the upper deck of Windstar’s Star Breeze. Lisa joined me and a few other friends on this Windstar Dreams of Tahiti cruise. She is an avid diver and snorkeler and was excited to finally visit Tahiti, a place she had always wanted to visit. “I didn’t think Tahiti was accessible to me as a solo traveler because it was not really fiscally responsible or attainable. I didn’t even know that a small ship cruise was an option, and it exceeded my expectations!” Thi ..read more
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Biking Torres Del Paine National Park: A Unique Way to Experience Patagonia
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by Sherry
1M ago
The W and O treks are undoubtedly popular ways to experience Torres del Paine National Park, but they are not the only options. As the number of tourists on these trails continues to rise, I’m thrilled to introduce you to a new way to explore the park. With the advent of e-bikes, you can now traverse the park and its surroundings with ease. In this article, I’ll share why e-biking at Torres del Paine National Park is a fantastic alternative to hiking, based on my own experience. I hiked the W circuit over a decade ago, and even then, it was so popular that all the lodging and camping spots wer ..read more
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Patagonia eBike Small Group Tour – March 2025
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by Sherry
1M ago
Join me on an epic journey to Torres Del Paine National Park in Chilean Patagonia! I’m so excited to offer this unique way to experience and see the park as well as immerse yourself in the estancia culture of the region. In 2023, I took did this trip as a trial run to work out the kinks and to promote it as a new way to see Patagonia. It ended up being one of my favorite trips I’ve ever taken, and I didn’t want it to end. I loved everything about this adventure – it spoke to me in so many ways – through culture, adventure, challenge, wildlife, friendships, food, and remote landscapes – all wra ..read more
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Your Guide to the Nova Scotia Lobster Crawl – A Claw-some Experience
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by Sherry
2M ago
Welcome to the shell-abration – where lobster is the center of attention. You might even say it’s the lob-star! Not only did I eat an incredible amount of lobster the week I was at the Nova Scotia Lobster Crawl, but I also heard so many lobster puns – it was lobsteriffic! I traveled to South Shore, Nova Scotia, for a week in February…yes, February—to take part in the Nova Scotia Lobster Crawl festival. The South Shore Lobster fishing season runs from the last week in November to the last week in May, and the South Shore Lobster Crawl happens every February. I’ve enjoyed many summer road trips ..read more
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Winter Things to Do in Beaver Creek for Non-Skiers
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by Sherry
3M ago
Being a non-skier in Colorado can be perplexing to people. People often question why I moved to Colorado if I don’t ski. Of course, that’s ludicrous – there are so many things to do in the Colorado Rockies besides skiing! It’s inevitable that as a non-skier in Colorado, you’ll likely have skiing friends, however you don’t have to avoid them all winter – instead you can join them to go play in the mountains. I recently traveled to Beaver Creek Colorado with my skiing friend Courtney, and I found lots of non-ski things to do ranging from adventure to culture! Beaver Creek Colorado This was my fi ..read more
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8 Places to Discover in Japan off the Beaten Path
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by Sherry
4M ago
Japan is having a travel heyday right now – and rightfully so – it’s an incredible country.  In fact, it’s one of my favorite countries to travel to. However, in my quest to find the lesser-traveled places wherever I go, I spent a lot of time in Japan off the beaten path on multiple trips to Japan! I’ll give you ideas on going beyond the traditional Tokyo to Kyoto route and getting away from the crowds.  I’ll introduce you to some favorite hidden gems from my travels in Japan, from the stunning Iya Valley in Shikoku to the horse culture of Tokachi to the snow-capped Japanese Alps and ..read more
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29 Things to Do in Fairbanks Alaska Summer and Winter
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by Sherry
6M ago
Welcome to ‘Interior Alaska’ – the land between the mountains. Fairbanks sits in the center of the state and is the jumping-off point for visiting the high Arctic. One of the few big landlocked towns in Alaska, Fairbanks is often overlooked since it’s not a cruise port. But that doesn’t mean that there are not plenty of things to do in Fairbanks year-round! Fairbanks has been a critical hub in Alaska ever since its inception. It started as a gold rush outpost for the region and then evolved into a critical pipeline outpost during its construction. Now it acts as the outpost of Alaska ..read more
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Iconic Ireland Landscapes and Where to Find Them
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by Sherry
8M ago
Ireland is a land of enchanting landscapes and captivating folklore. Its allure lies in its seamless blend of history and natural wonders. From majestic cliffs and mountains to lush green valleys, we’ll explore the diverse natural wonders of this enchanting country. Learn the secrets behind its verdant hue and unravel why Ireland beckons travelers from across the globe to witness its breathtaking beauty firsthand. In this post, I’ll describe the diverse Ireland landscapes, including how they were formed or some fun facts, and tell you exactly where to go in Ireland to see them. This is all bas ..read more
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Capitol to Capitol Quest – Walking and Cycling to the United States Capitols
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by Sherry
9M ago
In 1984 my father began a quest, albeit unconventional. He was 47 and his mission was to visit the capitols of the lower 48 states on foot, starting in Illinois, where we lived, following a counter-clockwise roadmap of his own making. By age 72, he’d trekked to 23 capitals walking approximately 4,085 miles. Unfortunately, at 87, my father will not finish his quest. Therefore, I am assuming my father’s mantle to complete the last 26 capitol routes –– with a small tweak. I’m going forward by bike. I was 14 when my father started his unusual pursuit, which made me an embarrassed and frustrated te ..read more
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7 Small Towns in Iceland for Stunning Landscapes, Waterfalls, and Adventures
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by Sherry
10M ago
Welcome to the land of fire and ice, where majestic landscapes, cascading waterfalls, and epic adventures await in small towns across Iceland. Nestled amidst the rugged terrain and dramatic fjords, these hidden gems are a haven for nature enthusiasts seeking a dose of jaw-dropping beauty. From the otherworldly landscapes of Vik to the enchanting charm of Grundarfjörður, prepare to be mesmerized by Iceland’s stunning scenery that will leave you breathless – both from its sheer magnificence and the occasional gust of chilly wind and rain! So grab your rain gear, layers, and get ready to explore ..read more
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