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The Best Baton Rouge Itinerary

  How great would it be To be invited to experience your home town through a fresh, visitors lens? Oh wait! I was invited to visit Baton Rouge as a guest! A tourist. A traveler. An explorer. I had the rare opportunity of seeing home from a different perspective. And that is just refreshing, isn’t it? I […]

Celebrating Louisiana Food and Wine at Fete Rouge

Fete Rouge

“Eric, I don’t think I’ll make it,” I groaned, severe discomfort setting in. “You can’t quit now! C’mon, we’re halfway there!” My brother-and-law and I weren’t hiking up Mt. Everest or even Mt. Kilimanjaro. We weren’t swimming from Cuba to Florida. It was something much more intense…. We were attempting to hit every food station […]

Baton Rouge Food Tours

Baton Rouge Food Tours

Do you live in your hometown? If not, then do you miss the food and culture? I sure do! I’ve lived in Nashville, TN these last three years, and while I’m closer to home than my previous residence in Washington DC (of eight years), I’ve still got a little further south to go until I […]

Canada’s Coolest City: Seven Toronto Highlights

Toronto highlights

A year ago today, I was in Toronto Canada for the very first time. I was there to attend my very first travel blogging conference, TBEX, which stands for Travel Blog Exchange. Although I celebrated my first “blogiversary” in November of 2013, I didn’t start to take blogging very seriously until I was forced in to a […]

Salivating Over Sayulita Mexico


Sayulita, Mexico…a little slice of heaven about 30 miles north of Puerto Vallarta, is a sleepy, scenic surfing town that has slowly gained notoriety over the past decade or so with American, Australian and European expats and tourists. Far removed from the of the big city Puerto Vallarta, Sayulita has a unique and funky vibe […]

Five Ways to Experience Santa Fe

Today’s  guest post is by friend and fellow travel blogger, Lance Wiedower, of Trips by Lance. What’s the best way to explore a city that is one part Native American, one part Mexican, another part American, and a touch of hippie thrown in? Dive right in and explore the unique culture that makes up Santa Fe, N.M. Santa […]

Hiking in the Highlands, North Carolina


The Highlands and the surrounding areas in North Carolina (Cashiers, Brevard) have always been one of my favorite places in the U.S. Growing up with unbearably hot and sticky summers in Southern Louisiana, my family almost always escaped to the cool reprieve of the Appalachian Mountains during the three month school break. Mom chose the […]

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