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What to Do on Your Stopover in Iceland

Iceland is more accessible now than it's ever been! If you're flying across the Atlantic on either WOW Air or Iceland Air, you can stopover in Iceland at no additional charge. Let me tell you – absolutely worth the extra time off! We decided to do a stopover on our way home from France last October. First thing to know: on our shuttle from the airport to Reykjavik, we spotted 6... SIX rainbows! It's like, the luckiest place ever! We've even talked about going back for a long weekend some day because we enjoyed it that much! We only had a few nights on our stopover, but it was perfect for our first trip to Iceland, and the end of a long trip to France. Here's how we spent our time: **Pinnable image at the end!**   AirBnB We are huge AirBnB fans! And with everything in Iceland being so expensive, we opted to stay [...]

May 22nd, 2018|15 Comments

48 Hours in Belize

In February, my husband planned a Boys Trip to Vegas for his 30th Birthday. So, naturally, I planned a trip of my own to Belize! My cousin is a flight attendant for Southwest, and was able to grab buddy passes for my uncle and I to Belize! We chose Belize based on the number of flights in and out of the country (since we'd be flying standby) and because it's budget-friendly. Honestly, I don't think we could have chosen a better location! We had about 48 hours of vacation, and I wouldn't change a thing! Here's what we did: Where to Stay We stayed in San Pedro on Ambergris Caye, and I would highly recommend it! A lot of people also recommend Caye Caulker which looked cute as well, but based on my research, there's a lot more to do on Ambergris Caye! We stayed at Sunbreeze Hotel which was perfect! One of the most [...]

May 7th, 2018|22 Comments

How To Plan Your First European Vacation

Planning vacations can seem so intimidating. I feel you. In 2015, my husband and I decided to plan our first trip to Europe, and I wasn't sure where to start, and tbh I was slightly scared. I didn't want to use a travel agent, so I figured it out on my own, and now it's a process I use every time we travel. Here are my 8 Steps to Your Dream Vacation! Make sure you pin the image at the end of the post! 1. Set Your Budget This one seems pretty self-explanatory but check your savings account or set up a savings plan / travel account. You can figure out the details later on once you price everything out, but I think it's best to start with an ideal budget in mind to help guide where you're going (and plan to bring about the same amount you're spending on flights and accommodations for eating, [...]

March 27th, 2018|13 Comments
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