Chefchaouen: ALL You Need to Know About Morocco’s Blue City

Chefchaouen was by far my favorite place to visit in my 2 weeks in Morocco! This all blue town is a photographer's dream. You can wander here for hours and just be in awe the whole time. It's a little out-of-the-way making it less touristy than other spots in Morocco, but it's worth a visit.

Crazy and Delicious Foods to Try in Morocco

If you're like me then trying local food when you travel is at the top of the list of "things to do in___". There are a lot of unique foods to try in Morocco and I'm going to share with you the ones I tried while on a walking food tour with a company called Marrakech

How to Dress in Morocco in a Way That is Stylish AND Appropriate

Whenever I travel somewhere that's a little more conservative, girls leave messages or send emails asking what I've packed and how I dressed in a certain country. Morocco was no different so I promised I'd share how to dress in Morocco along with some of my favorite styles now for travel. What to wear in

20 Photos to Inspire You to Visit Morocco

Morocco was such a beautiful and photogenic country. I spent 10 days here with my friend Tia and went into tourist mode, shopping, exploring and taking each day as it came. I have many articles coming up to share tips about how you can do the same. It's all really quite affordable too! We started

Luxury Guide to Cape Town

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

Luxury Guide to Marrakech

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. For more

3 Ugandan Orphans that Changed My Life

It was December in Uganda and the kids at boarding school came home for winter break. The couple running the NGO ­St. Nicholas Uganda Children’s Fund thought it’d be a great idea for me to meet a few of the Ugandan orphans they help put in school. The organization is incredible and they get these kids

My Daily Life in Uganda: Terrorism, Corruption, and lots of LOVE.

This post is a little long-winded and touches on probably too many topics to put in one post, but it has been sitting in my draft folder for too long and I know that I'll never get it just right. I've decided to share it with all it's faults- it's a little about the variety