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I’ve been trying to go to Cabo for over a year now. J and I tried multiple times last year, but it just never worked out. I was desperate to go, but starting to give up hope! But then, the … Continue reading
How do you book a vacation? Do you pick a place then search online for good flight and hotel deals? Me too- until a year ago. The first time we rented someone’s private apartment was last October in Cannes, France. … Continue reading
I had left our sixth and final day in Maui totally open, so I was thrilled when J suggested we use the day to take a helicopter tour of the islands. I’d seen Jen’s photos at Pearls and Lace, so … Continue reading
Haleakala, the world’s largest dormant volcano, is 7.5 miles wide, 2.5 miles long, and 3000 feet deep- that’s big enough to hold Manhattan. It was once 12,000 feet, but water has eroded it over time- now it’s almost exactly 10,000 … Continue reading
Our fourth day in Maui we headed to Spa Grande at the Grand Wailea for some five-star pampering. I found a deal (here) called the Hideaway Package that offered two 50 minute massages, an hour in their fancy baths, and … Continue reading
Our third day in Maui was our designated beach day. When you’re visiting somewhere as beautiful as Hawaii, it can be tempting to do nothing but lay by the ocean. And I know that a lot of people like to … Continue reading
By the time we’d eaten breakfast, hit the gym, and taken showers it was nearly 3:00 (like I said yesterday, we’re not morning people). Fresh and ready to go, we hopped in the Jeep and headed to Lahaina (Luh-hi-nuh). There … Continue reading
Before leaving Rosarito we decided to explore the area a little more. We found more shops, restaurants, and resorts, but my favorite discovery was the big J.C. standing loud and proud atop this hill. Eventually we stopped for an early … Continue reading
My first experience with the Mexican border was this past January when Jason and I stayed with my brother and sister-in-law on our cross country road trip. They were living in El Paso, where my brother was stationed at the … Continue reading