On my most recent trip to Yellowstone National Park, the family decided to do something different, we wanted to pay for a guided animal watching tour. A few days before the trip, we were browsing Viator and came across a company that would take 1-4 people on an 8-hour animal watching tour for $525. Excited by the fact that we didn’t have to drive, we quickly finalized our plans and opted to take the tour.
Traveling is one of the most exciting things I can do with my paid time off. I spend endless hours doing research, planning the exact hotel and attractions I want to see and ensure that my family will have a fun time on our trips.
Even with all of the prepping and planning, I have had plenty of travel fails! Luckily none of my travel fails were all too terrible, but please read my top 7 travel fails. I’m sure there will be more to come in the future because travel is always evolving. And face it, we are humans and we make mistakes.
When I am not traveling, one of my favorite things to do is to tour my hometown of New Orleans as if I were on vacation. This past month I took my first ever Cemetery Tour of St Louis #1 with Two Chicks Walking Tour.
Visiting a National Park for vacation is one of my favorite ways to explore North America. Last year the National Park Service celebrated its 100th year and National Park attendance went through the roof. My ideal way to visit National Parks is by visiting them in a clump. One trip, the family and I visited Badlands, Wind Cave, Yellowstone and Grand Tetons all on one trip. Another trip we were able to scratch off The Grand Canyon and Petrified National Forest off of our list.
Plaid Shirt received a quirky postcard from her friend while visiting Paris! Click to read the note sent from derrière aka butt.