London: Playgrounds Edition

London: Playgrounds Edition

Last summer, I took my freedom to travel for granted. Fast forward to 2020, where our new normal includes school closures, social distancing, travel bans, and quarantines. The new disease, named COVID-19, changed our daily life. The situation has escalated quickly around the world. The United States is now the new epicenter of SARS-CoV-2. If [...]

Mauritius: LUX* Le Morne

Mauritius: LUX* Le Morne

It has taken me almost a year to write this post. Although I shared my view regarding mother-daughter trips on the local blog entitled Flagstaff Mom Collective (click here to read the post if you wish), I never wrote about my trip with my daughter in detail on my blog. I have no excuse apart [...]

Barcelona: The City of Gaudi

Barcelona: The City of Gaudi

Barcelona is the capital of Catalonia, this vibrant city is a major tourist hotspot. It is one of the most visited cities in Spain with 20 million tourists each year. That is a lot of visitors in addition to the 1.7 million residents living within the administrative limits of the city. It comes to no [...]

Bahamas: Private Island Experience

Bahamas: Private Island Experience

Princess Cays is located on the southern part of the island of Eleuthera in the Bahamas. It is a private port of call owned by Princess Cruise Lines. The island is called the "birthplace of the Bahamas" and is known for its white-sand beaches, lush mangrove tress and turquoise waters. My husband, daughter and I [...]

Sedona: Devil’s Bridge Trail

Sedona: Devil’s Bridge Trail

Sedona is located in northern Arizona, the town is surrounded by red-rock buttes and pine forests. The iconic red rocks formations are pretty much everywhere however, hiking various trails will give you a close up of the majestic landscape. If you enjoy the outdoors and aren't scared to get dirty, this is definitely a place [...]