Tulum in 3 Days

Tulum in 3 Days Tulum in 3 Days

Tulum is a magical place. Between the Caribbean blue water, the Mayan ruins, the other-worldly Cenotes, and chic boutique eco resorts, Tulum has an indescribable energy to it. Add a charming relaxed beach town, ocean front yoga and organic clean eating and you have my form of paradise.

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Sicily Sicily

Personally Sicily was not on my radar until a good friend, who has family roots there, proposed a trip. Upon some deeper research, I wondered why it was the first time this angelic Italian island had been in my travel consideration set. Sitting on the map as the soccer ball of Italy’s boot, Sicily is an interesting cultural … Continue reading Sicily

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Rome in 4 days

Rome in 4 days Rome in 4 days

Last year my Mum and I took an amazing trip to Rome for our 30th and 60th birthdays. As you can imagine our time was filed with too much wine, shopping, culture, afternoon Aperol & Spritz (my new favorite summer cocktail) and a lot of walking.(View from our flat) (The Roman Forum) 

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Free Spirit Spheres

Free Spirit Spheres Free Spirit Spheres

Nestled in the forest about 30km north of Parksville on Vancouver Island you will find Free Spirit Spheres. The mission is simple, to create a sustainable and harmonious way for us to use and reconnect with nature. The execution, livable spheres using the tree tops as their foundation, has been thoughtfully crafted and expertly mastered over the past 22 years. The … Continue reading Free Spirit Spheres

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Treehotel Treehotel

If there is ever a place that epitomizes going back to the simple imagination of childhood, it’s Sweden’s Treehotel. Located in Harads, about an hour by car from Kallax airport, the one-of-a kind eco-retreat provides views of the Lule River and the beautiful lush forest 360 degrees around. Inspired by the film “The Tree Lover” by … Continue reading Treehotel

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Grace Santorini

Grace Santorini Grace Santorini

I have been dreaming of visiting this idyllic place for a very long time. The juxtaposition of the white buildings with contrasting blue roofs against the rough geographical backdrop is something I just need to see in person. Santorini embodies the visual stereotype of what Greece is, at least in my mind’s, to a tee. … Continue reading Grace Santorini

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