Zion National Park, Utah

T and I both have never went to Zion National Park in Utah, so we decided that this was a perfect opportunity to head out there. We rented a Jeep and drove the 3 or so hours to Zion and stayed there to enjoy the views, hikes, and … Alpacas?

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Day 6: ATV, Ziplining, and Cave Swimming

  We did this Mayan jungle ATV/ Zip line tour which was a ton of fun, but with one drawback… the mosquitoes! So early in the morning, we were picked up to be driven about 45 minutes out. We were told that because the villagers get their water supply from the cenote (natural pit, or sinkhole, resulting from the collapse of limestone bedrock that exposes groundwater underneath) and cave, we cannot have any sunblock or bug spray. Anyways, we started off getting on ATVs. T drove me around which was nice. HOWEVER. This guy would purposefully slow down just to … Continue reading Day 6: ATV, Ziplining, and Cave Swimming

Day 2: Swimming with Danny the Dolphin

Our 2nd day in Cancun consisted of sleeping in and having the chance to swim with a dolphin! Before we left, T and I stayed in the room and watched B while his parents took a tour of the new resort. After their meeting, we took a chartered bus from the resort to where we were going to swim with a dolphin. Danny the Dolphin was the absolute cutest! And so smart 🙂 T and I commented on how we thought it was cute how Danny would always close his eyes during the photos. After we got out of the … Continue reading Day 2: Swimming with Danny the Dolphin


I should probably update my blog more often… I am pretty sure I won’t, but it never hurts to try… Anyways. Let’s go ahead and update y’all. And by y’all, it’s probably just you… I mean… Me. Let’s be honest here. I am the only one that reads this thing… About 2 weeks ago my doctor changed up my medication and OMG this new change has done WONDERS for me !! I feel so much more, normal? Of course, one of the medications is still messing with my mood swings, but all in all, the symptoms have mellowed down. Now … Continue reading Update.

Floods and High Surf !?

Apparently, Hawaii  is on a High Surf advisory. Last night they had some huge waves that caused some damage and flooding in the North Shore. Not really something you want to hear 2 days before your trip. Being the MacGyver that I am, I turned Google and began looking up weather and road conditions and closures. So far, we’re good. Some showers here and there, but nothing that will ruin our trip… hopefully. Let’s keep our fingers crossed! Continue reading Floods and High Surf !?

Hawaii Countdown Begins…

The countdown to Hawaii has begun. In 3 days I’ll be saying Aloha to Oahu once again. Oh, how I can’t wait for the blue waters, 80 degree weather, and yummy food. Ok, let’s be real here. I’m most excited about the food. How I’ve been dreaming about Ono Seafood’s Spicy Ahi Tuna Poke for 3 years. *mouth waters*

This trip I am going with Lisa and one of her work friends, Mary. Mary’s never been to Oahu before, so we definitely need to bring her to all the “Go-To” places, as well as discover new things together. Where to begin!?  Continue reading “Hawaii Countdown Begins…”