Growing up, when I pictured what paradise must be like, I pictured Hawaii. I always had it in my head one day that is where I'd have the perfect honeymoon. While it's part of the USA, Hawaii always seems so exotic. I finally got a chance to visit and I didn't want to leave so
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There are so many different activities you can do in Hawaii. I've written about adventurous activities in Maui while also writing about the amazing spas you can visit. Since you could be hiking one day and enjoying a luxury dinner the next, I thought I'd jot down a guide on what to pack for a
Welcome to Backpacker's Boutique. Every Sunday, this spot will feature a new travel blogger. Some weeks it will be a really fun interview about packing, fashion, and fitness so you can snoop inside their bags & lives a little bit and other weeks it'll be a detailed luxury guide to a city the featured blogger/expat knows very well. E-mail me if
Ben and I talk about Hawaii a lot. We even want to move there! But no worries, India is still home. When we were leaving I asked Ben of all the things to do in Hawaii, what his favorite bits were about Hawaii and they were pretty similar to mine, which I want to share
Maui is not a place to sit around on the beach. It's a place to go play and be active! Everyone else around will be, so why not join in? Even if you have a budget of 20 bucks you can rent a SUP (stand up paddleboard) and look into the clear blue ocean for
Of all the posts I write on my travel blog (and there are thousands), the ones I love the most are packing tips. I'm a little bit OCD and very Type A, and I love to pack in an organized way - I love to pack LIGHT and smart so that I have room in
Press trips can be exhausting and packed full from sun up to sun down - yet, you still need to be active on social media and taking notes for blog posts, plus editing photos for social media as you go along. Back when I wrote about how I manage time as a blogger where I shared
I've traveled for as short as a week and as long as three months at a time. Since I prefer to pack pretty light on my trips no matter how long or short they are, this means I ultimately wind up with a bunch of laundry at some point! I thought I'd put together a quick guide