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11 Awesome First Time Solo Female Travel Destinations USA

looking happy and excited in nyc

Planning first time solo female travel is overwhelming even if you feel super excited at the same time. To tell you the truth, I still vividly remember my first solo trip to Scotland. My flight was delayed due to thunderstorms. I already hate flying. Let me tell you … listening to thunder rumble in the […]

11 Best Things to Do on a Charleston SC Weekend Trip

charleston sc weekend trip beautiful pink home

Beautiful, refined Charleston is one of the most charming cities in the United States. Now, as much as I love major cities, such as New York City, the huge skyscrapers, extensive metro systems, and bustling crowds overwhelm me. Truthfully, in a lot of ways, smaller cities are a breath of fresh air. Because not only […]

7 Spectacular Reasons to Take a Solo Trip to Charleston

solo trip to charleston and taking pictures

Charleston is one of the most popular destinations in the southern United States. I’m not at all exaggerating when I say that Charleston stole my heart and that I want to visit again very soon. Actually, if I was able to travel to Charleston once a month, I’d totally do it. As you stroll through […]

7 Lovely Things to Do in Charleston in the Rain

three days in charleston sc at the pineapple fountain

7 Things to Do in Charleston in the Rain Honestly, I get insanely frustrated whenever I look at the weather forecast and see nothing except rain for days on end. Rain, rain, rain, and more rain. My frustration only increases when I have a big trip planned on the horizon. Sometimes I even feel like […]

How to Spend 3 Perfect Days in Charleston SC

with 72 hours in charleston you must see rainbow row

I thought I was in a living dream upon coming to Charleston. Colorful homes, exquisite food, friendly and smiling people, sunny skies, everything about Charleston was perfect. I bet you are no different, because, uh, everyone loves Charleston. 3 days in Charleston SC was truly the break I needed. And, seriously, I want to reiterate […]