How to Do Split, Croatia in 24 Hours
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How to Do Split, Croatia in 24 Hours

Ah, Split, Croatia. Although it’s a pain and a half to get there (from Texas anyways), this ancient Roman city is steeped in history and a centrally located spot for launching into other Croatian adventures. I found my way there earlier this summer as the starting point for Yacht Week, and a stepping stone to Dubrovnik and the Plitvice Lakes. Morning: Old … Continue reading

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Dubrovnik, Croatia in 24 Hours — Beaches, Old City, and Mountain Top Sunsets
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Dubrovnik, Croatia in 24 Hours — Beaches, Old City, and Mountain Top Sunsets

If you’re friends with me on any form of social media, you’ll know that I have a not-so-secret crush on Croatia. Signing up for The Yacht Week and then spending an extra week in the country to explore has got to be one of my best travel decisions to date–and lawd knows I’ve done a … Continue reading

How to Plan a Trip in 2 Hours or Less 
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How to Plan a Trip in 2 Hours or Less 

*Complete title of this post should really be: How to Plan a Trip in 2 Hours or Less While using Free Wifi in the Airport an Hour Before Your Flight Takes off Before your Final Destination I’m not a procrastinator, but since I travel so much (no, really I spend 90% of my days on … Continue reading

How to Travel Alone (Without Investing in a Selfie Stick)
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How to Travel Alone (Without Investing in a Selfie Stick)

I’m a big traveler. Traveling is in my blood. Not only am I the fourth generation in my family to have visited all the states in the US, but my (many) passports have been stamped by countries across South America, Europe, Australia and more. Generally, I travel with my family or friends but as of … Continue reading