Little Jamaica has been closed by the ADOT.
If you are looking for a wet family fun day, check out Little Jamaica in Littlefield, Arizona.
It’s a man-made swimming hole that is near the Virgin River.
Coyote Buttes North and The Wave
One of the most sought-after hikes in the world is The Wave in Arizona (Coyote Butte North). With only 20 permits a day issued, it is often called the “holy grail” of permits. Click here to read How to Get a Permit to The Wave in Arizona.
My sister is a HUGE Disney fan and goes to Disney World several times a year with her family. When she visited me a while back, we hit the road and visited Disneyland. Below are a few articles to help with the planning of your next Disneyland vacation:
- 4 Secret Things to do at Disneyland
- Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique at Disneyland
- Disneyland Discount Tickets
- Disneyland Kennel Club
- Disneyland Parking Tips and Tricks
- Disneyland Resort Hotels Secret Things to do and See
- Disneyland California Adventure Not so Secret Things to Do
- Halloween Time at the Disneyland Resort
- Mickey’s Halloween Party at Disneyland Resort
- Survival Guide to Holiday Time at the Disneyland Resort
I love love love living in Nevada. There is so much to do and we are also located where we can access some amazing places within a short drive.
I have so many articles I want to share and am working on processing the images and writing the content. Below is what I have published to date about traveling in Nevada.
Ash Meadows is an oasis in the middle of the desert. Once you arrive and start exploring, you forget that you are in the middle of nowhere.
Hiking in Red Rock
Red Rock is home to some AMAZING hikes. There is everything from hikes easy enough for hiking with kids to some strenuous and hair-raising exposure.
I have hiked a lot of trails in Red Rock and below are the articles I have written to date. Click here to read my hiking diary.
Also, here is a list of most of the more well-known hiking trails in the Las Vegas area.
Mt. Charleston is a short drive from Las Vegas and where locals go to “beat the heat” when Las Vegas heats up during the summer.
Nevada Hot Springs
Nevada is home to numerous hot springs and I cannot wait to visit them all!
Click here to read about Nevada hot springs and then below are my articles on specific hot springs in Nevada.
For a nearby getaway, Laughlin does not disappoint.
I haven’t done much in Pahrump other than the Pahrump Balloon Festival. While it’s way out there, it will be a place I will be exploring and sharing information about.
Valley of Fire
Valley of Fire is one of my “go-to” places to visit as there is so much to see. Once the weather is cooler I will be found there again camping and explorings.
Valley of Fire Information
Camping at Valley of Fire
Valley of Fire Points of Interest
Valley of Fire Hikes
Wildlife in Nevada
Nevada is home to some unique and rare wildlife species. Some, like the Palmer Squirrel, are found only in one area.
Duck Creek Village
Skiing in Utah
Zion National Park
Our family loves to cruise as it takes the thinking out of “where are we going,” “what are we going to do,” where are we going to eat,” etc.
Cruising allows us to “sample” different places to see if we would like to visit again for a longer duration.
Below are my current articles on cruising and Carnival Cruises.
Carnival Cruise Information
Riviera Maya Mexico
The trip was a lot of fun and one of my “fun” articles I wrote was My Trip With Mexican Coke, which showcased the resort with Mexican Coke as the “model.”
Also, because the venue is so awesome, I felt an article on Karisma Resorts Weddings was needed because this place is an amazing backdrop for a wedding.
I was fortunate to go to Villa del Palmar at the Islands of Loreto, Mexico twice on a press trip and wonderful memories were made on each trip. The first time I went solo and made some wonderful new friends. The second time I attended with my son to participate in the grand opening of their AMAZING golf course.
San Miguel de Allende Mexico
I spent an amazing week in San Miguel de Allende and took a few thousand pics. Unfortunately, the only photos I have processed and used to date are for the article, The Doors of San Miguel de Allende.