Bora Bora is one of the most beautiful destinations in the world.
Planning the perfect trip can feel a bit overwhelming so we’ve put together a simple guide to help you get started.
Bora Bora is part of the islands of French Polynesia. It’s made up of a central island surrounded by a reef and it’s islets. The island is actually an extinct volcano. It’s estimated that the island is 7 million years old. It’s located 2,600 miles south of Hawaii and 160 miles northwest of Tahiti.
The two mountain peaks, Mount Pahia and Mount Otemanu, rise 2,385 feet from the ocean.Continue reading
The sun and I have a love hate relationship. I love a good sunrise and thoroughly enjoy laying out on the beach feeling the warm rays on my skin. And the sun loves to burn me. Having blonde hair and fair skin, I’ve experienced my fair share of sunburns. Some far worse then others. Over […]Continue reading
When I was about 13 my family took a trip to Samoa. We spent two and a half weeks there. It was absolutely incredible.
It’s a gorgeous place that, unlike many beautiful islands, hasn’t been overrun by tourists.
We visited a black sand beach that was completely empty. We stood right next to the massive Alofaaga Blowholes as they spewed water everywhere. And we slept in a fale just feet from the water.Continue reading
Planning a trip to any of the Hawaiian islands can feel a bit overwhelming when your going for the first time.
There are so many incredible places to see on every island.
Our family went just over a year ago and it was absolutely incredible. We made the mistake of doing almost no planning before the trip. We woke up the first morning and stared at a few books while we tried to figure out what to do.Continue reading
Hawaii is a popular destination for many vacationers. It’s no wonder with its gorgeous palm trees, and white sandy beaches.
The vast array of water sports such as surfing, kayaking and snorkeling attract many vacationers yearly. But Hawaii is also a great place for golf. Below we’ve outline some of the most popular golf courses on each island.Continue reading