Before boarding my flight to Portland, I had already heard a multitude of tidbits about my final destination. “It’s weird,” some people said. “It’s beautiful!” others exclaimed, but the resounding consensus was always the same: it’s an awesome, historically significant place worth visiting. So, when affordable flights popped up on my ...Continue reading
Posts by: RileyRiley is a full-time editor and writer in Texas, but on the weekends, you can find her hiking at the nearest park or researching flights to faraway places. She's a lover of literature, road trips, caramel macchiatos, and photography. Someday, she hopes to have visited every national park in the United States. Riley and her fiance operate their own travel blog called Riley + Christian Travel.
If you follow any travel bloggers or photographers on social media, then you’ve undoubtedly seen photos of Alberta scattered throughout your feed more than once. From Lake Louise to dozens of impressive Canadian waterfalls, Alberta is an Instagram goldmine. The question is, what parts of the nearby national parks are actually worth visiting? If y...Continue reading
Country music festivals attract a unique crowd. Right now, your Instagram and Twitter feeds are probably littered with filtered pictures of hippies in sunglasses at big music events like Coachella. After all, it’s festival season, so it only seems right that every other girl is wearing flowers in her hair and screaming “yas, queen” as...Continue reading
If you’ve been to Edinburgh once, chances are, you’re dying to go back again. It’s a city brimming with fantasy and history, and one stroll down the Royal Mile will have you conjuring whimsical images of ghosts, kings, and other pieces of Scottish lore. After all, Edinburgh is the birthplace of Harry Potter and countless...Continue reading
Photo on VisualHunt.com – If you have even a few hours to spend in The City of Light, you’re in luck. No matter how many times you’ve glimpsed the Eiffel Tower on television or pretended you were French while munching on a macaron, there’s simply no substitute for visiting Paris in person. Although most people would probably...Continue reading