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Vayable.com Is My New Obsession

http://maientertainmentlaw.com/?search=levitra-us Vayable.com is a website where you can book travel tours. But the platform is a bit unorthodox. For the most part, the guides are not professionals. Many are simply locals with a particular knowledge of their hometowns. What does that means for travelers? You get an instant local contact that is more like a friend than a canned tour guide. And having a knowledgeable local friend is worth their weight in gold when traveling. By nature, these tours reveal a non-touristy side of a destination. And it seems few parts of life are off limits for the experiences offered. Here’s what I mean.…

The Coconut Experience in Kauai

When I first arrived in Kauai, my family and I drove from the airport in Lihue to Hanalei Bay, where we are staying. The views outside the window were stunning with lush mountains, taro fields alive with color and stunning ocean views. I also noticed a roadside shack, just outside Hanalei, that peaked my interest. Just the name of the place, The Coconut Experience, had my mind aglow imaging myself chewing on fresh coconut meat and sipping refreshing coconut water from a straw. So of course, I came back to capture the coconut experience for myself. And I found much more than I imagined.…

Traveling to Carve Out Your Identity

During college, I was awakened to the life-changing benefits of travel. It started with a trip to Italy, the summer before my freshman year. And then you couldn’t stop me. It seemed I was always finding a way to convince my parents that my next trip was vital. Travel had become central to my life. But it wasn’t until after college, when I had an encounter with an old friend, that I could really pinpoint why it was so important to me. I remember, my Mom was having a party, and I was sitting around with a group of dear, old friends. I had been on a trip earlier that year. And I was telling them all about it. At…

What’s All This About Local Travel?

Recently, someone asked me why I like to focus on local travel, as opposed to any old kind of travel. It is true, I do. And I’m not alone. It seems “local” has become quite the buzzword. I’m seeing it increasingly on the cover of major travel magazines and online publications. And there are growing numbers of apps and tour guide companies popping up to capitalize on the movement. For me, local travel is real travel. When away from home, I crave a more complete picture of my destinations rather than reinforcing antiquated stereotypes already floating around in my head. Let’s take Rome for example. If you think of Rome, you think of the Coliseum, Vatican City, the Trevi Fountain,…

A Foodie Weekend in San Fran

I just got back from a trip to San Francisco. And one thing that really impressed me about San Fran was the food. I live in New York City and I often think there couldn’t possibly be a city in the US that has better food. But I found that San Francisco rivals it, if not surpasses it, with its fresh ingredients and innovative creations. Don’t hate me New Yorkers! Here are three restaurants I enjoyed that helped me draw this very bold hypothesis… 1. Wayfare Tavern This place has a very rich ambiance. I’d describe it as: comfy historic San Francisco meets saloon meets swanky downtown bar. As soon as you walk in, the atmosphere exudes a real sense…