10 Least Known Islands for Wildlife Viewing (USA Today 10Best)

“In the remotest corners of the world, undisturbed by human development, indigenous wildlife thrives on unspoiled islands. The Galápagos Islands have long been lauded for biodiversity and endemism. But there are lesser known outposts, often thousands of miles away from inhabited areas, profuse with wildlife….” Read the rest on USA Today 10Best here. Header imageContinue reading “10 Least Known Islands for Wildlife Viewing (USA Today 10Best)”

Best Cruise Ports for Hiking (Cruise Critic)

Cruising is fun and all, but the best part of it for me is exploring new lands on foot. Here’s a list of wonderful places to go hiking on your next cruise vacation that I wrote for Cruise Critic.  

8 Things to Do in La Paz, Mexico (JohnnyJet.com)

Cradled between the Sea of Cortez and the Pacific Ocean, Mexico’s Baja California Sur experiences year-round sunshine—and in its capital of La Paz, a delightfully peaceful existence away from the Cabo San Lucas crowds. Go swimming with whale sharks, pet grey whales, bike around the Magic town of Todos Santos and more. Read the articleContinue reading “8 Things to Do in La Paz, Mexico (JohnnyJet.com)”

This Thai Temple Was Built Using 1.5 Million Beer Bottles (Architectural Digest)

I am so excited to share my first article for Architectural Digest! Click on the link or picture below to check it out… This Thai Temple Was Built Using 1.5 Million Beer Bottles The Temple of a Million Bottles, which took two years to build, was spearheaded by local monks who had grown tired ofContinue reading “This Thai Temple Was Built Using 1.5 Million Beer Bottles (Architectural Digest)”

12 Ways to Explore the Myths and Mysticism of Andros, Bahamas (Fodor’s Travel)

I am so excited to share my first article for Fodor’s Travel. It’s about a special island called Andros in the Bahamas. Find out what makes it so mystical by clicking the link below. 12 Ways to Explore the Myths and Mysticism of Andros, Bahamas  

Climate Change Doesn’t Just Affect Humans – It’s Affecting These Dogs, As Well (BarkPost)

There’s no denying the fact that our climate is changing. Sadly, the animals take the brunt of it. Here, I write about the impact of climate change on Greenland’s sled dogs, and the heroes that are making a difference on BarkPost. Climate Change Doesn’t Just Affect Humans – It’s Affecting These Dogs, As Well  

Volunteering at a Kangaroo Sanctuary: My Australian Adventure (Green Global Travel)

Four years ago, I had the incredible experience of volunteering with orphaned wallabies in Queensland. Read all about it here on Green Global Travel: VOLUNTEERING AT A KANGAROO SANCTUARY: MY AUSTRALIAN ADVENTURE  

10 Best National Parks for Wildlife Watching (Green Global Travel)

Our majestic National Parks and the animals that inhabit these lands need our help more than ever now. Here’s a list of the best Parks to visit and support our national treasures, published on Green Global Travel: 10 BEST NATIONAL PARKS IN USA FOR WILDLIFE WATCHING  

Love in Imerovigli, Santorini’s Hidden Gem (NY Resident)

I am so excited to share the first article my husband and I wrote together about our lovely time in Santorini, Greece. Click on the picture below to read all about the enchanting village of Imerovigli and Pegasus Suites & Spa.