Must Try Food in Peru

When you travel anywhere there are always “must try” foods and Peru isn’t any different. I spent a majority of the time in Lima and Cusco so if you’re planning on heading to either of those, I’d highly recommend trying atleast some of these. Below I have a few things that you should try andContinue reading “Must Try Food in Peru”

South Tyrol

I spent some time in a couple of the towns in South Tyrol- a province in northern Italy. I took the train from Turin to Bolzano and as soon as I left the station, I went to pick up my rental car. Driving around the Dolomites is probably the best and only option to getContinue reading “South Tyrol”

Viel del Pan

The Dolomites are INCREDIBLE. If you plan on going to Italy and you’re an outdoorsy, active person, I definitely recommend visiting the Dolomite’s. There are so many trails to choose from, but I decided to hike Viel del Pan. Getting There I think renting a car is the best and probably the only option for travelingContinue reading “Viel del Pan”

Positano

The Amalfi Coast is one of my favorite places in Italy. It pretty much has it all: hiking, beaches with crystal clear blue water, fresh seafood, and the views are GORGEOUS. Getting There If you’re not driving, there are a couple ways to get to Positano depending on where you’re traveling from: Ferry– There are several ferryContinue reading “Positano”

“Eataly”

I spent a month in Italy and out of all the things I ate in Italy, I can definitely pick my Top 5 Favorite Meals I had. If you’re traveling to any of these spots, here are the best foods to try: Bar Bruno in Positano – When you’re on the Amalfi coast, take theContinue reading ““Eataly””

Machu Picchu

There are two ways to get the Machu Picchu – the easy way of taking a bus to the top or the adventurous 4 day hike through the Andes mountains ending at Machu Picchu for sunrise. I decided to go all in and do the 4 day hike through the Andes. While I was aContinue reading “Machu Picchu”

Tulum

Tulum, Mexico has been on my list to visit and when I saw there was a food photography retreat for four days in Tulum I hopped on the opportunity. I flew into Cancun and shuttled down with two other women who were in the retreat group and arrived at Papaya Playa Project. After we gotContinue reading “Tulum”