Travel to the Dominican Republic: Whale Watching in Samaná Bay
Oct12

Travel to the Dominican Republic: Whale Watching in Samaná Bay

There were about a dozen of us in an open-air boat, sitting in pairs, bobbing in silence on Samaná Bay with our eyes fixated on the horizon. I was craning my neck and holding my breath in anticipation to check off another experience from my bucket list, whale watching.

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Travel to the Dominican Republic: Horseback Riding to El Limón Waterfall in Samaná
Mar16

Travel to the Dominican Republic: Horseback Riding to El Limón Waterfall in Samaná

There’s something to be said about walking a mile in someone else’s shoes but what about riding a few miles atop another man’s horse? Continuing on my journey in the beautiful ecotourism haven of Samaná, located in northeastern Dominican Republic, I found myself riding another man’s horse to the splendor of El Limón Waterfall.

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Video: Cigar Rolling in Santa Domingo, Dominican Republic
Mar11

Video: Cigar Rolling in Santa Domingo, Dominican Republic

Meet Ramón, a cigar roller at La Leyenda del Cigarro, a Cigar Shop and Factory in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. He rolls about 200 cigars a day!

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Travel to the Dominican Republic: Samaná Had Me at First Splash in Los Haitises National Park
Mar09

Travel to the Dominican Republic: Samaná Had Me at First Splash in Los Haitises National Park

Wind kissed my cheeks and whipped my hair as the motorboat raced across teal-colored water of Samaná Bay. As we neared some of the 58 keys of Los Haitises National Park, the boat slowed down and I soaked up a beauty I never knew possible.

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Break Away on a Caribbean Vacation Without Breaking the Bank
Mar23

Break Away on a Caribbean Vacation Without Breaking the Bank

Let’s face it, November through March can be pretty dreary in most parts of the U.S. and since I’m a problem-solving gal, I’m suggesting an easy solution to chase winter blahs away with an affordable Caribbean vacation . Sun, sand and some bragging rights without breaking the bank is my kind of vacation.

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7 Photography Tips for Your Next Blogger FAM Trip
Feb18

7 Photography Tips for Your Next Blogger FAM Trip

Looking to add a little zest to your travel photos? Following are my seven photography tips for your next blogger FAM trip.

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Inspiring a Reader to Travel Alone While AARP Offers Tips for Solo Travel
Dec21
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Hanging On And Hoping Nothing Slips Through the Cracks
Sep21

Hanging On And Hoping Nothing Slips Through the Cracks

“It’s really, really hard,” I said in response to a friend telling me she didn’t know how I balance life as a single woman. Yeah, I don’t know how I do it either but I do. I’ve come accustom to it.

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Travel to the Domincan Republic: My Trip to Samana in Instagram Photos
Jun08

Travel to the Domincan Republic: My Trip to Samana in Instagram Photos

Ah, beautiful Samaná. An ecotourism paradise with gorgeous, uncrowded beaches, turquoises-blue water, hypnotizing waterfalls, sweet fruit, and warm, welcoming smiles. Enjoy my February 2014 journey through my Instagram images tagged with #EcoSamana.

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May 2014: An Overdue Update to the Escapades of Solo Travel Girl
May26

May 2014: An Overdue Update to the Escapades of Solo Travel Girl

I’m not quite sure if I’ve ever written a post updating you on what’s been happening in my life but I feel to do so. Since the beginning of the year, it’s been a wild and wooly ride but with June in sight, I’m beginning to breathe.

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I Dream of Summer Road Tripping in Cooler Climes with Best Western
Apr21

I Dream of Summer Road Tripping in Cooler Climes with Best Western

I dream of summer road tripping in cooler climes with Best Western. Why? Spring has sprung yet here in Southwest Florida high humidity causing frizzy-hair days and that why-did-I-shower-this-morning feeling have already kissed my unmanageable locks. The arrival of spring also means I can see the end of what’s been a very busy and intense winter season at my day job.

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That Time I Met Sinbad the Sailor
Mar31

That Time I Met Sinbad the Sailor

The joy of travel is often accompanied by the adventure of meeting new people, especially those of other nationalities. When it comes to meeting non-American men, I relish their mysterious international intrigue while being roped into flirtatious games. It’s typically flattering receiving compliments and attention by these international players, unless it gets a little creepy.

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Chew with Jenn: Unveiling of the Influenster Vox Box, Bulu Box, Upcoming Travels and Whatever Else

Unveiling of my Influenster Vox Box, this month’s Bulu Box, nio Tag, my upcoming travels to New York, Dominican Republic, Chicago, and Philadelphia and randomness.

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