Posts in Guest Adventures
Mt.Rainier, WA

While Mt. Rainier is not the highest nor the most difficult of the mountains to climb, you can encounter some pretty serious weather, which causes about half of the people who attempt it to turn around. Luckily, during Moe's time on the mountain, she was in for some beautiful weather and a great ascent. 

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Cuba Revealed

In the turquoise seas and rose kissed skies of the Caribbean, just over 90 miles south of the neon bikini-clad beaches of Miami, lies Cuba, an island nation that sits bordered in mystery and allure. Its past, shrouded in revolution, change and oppression, and its future that is what stories like Les Miserables are made of, is what makes Cuba an intrigue to travelers of all walks of life. 

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Traveling alone through SE Asia

After several years of tossing around the concept, my insane envy of other travelers combined with the itch to experience the world pushed me to buy a ticket to Bali S-O-L-O. As I was about to board the plane, I felt both excited and anxious to escape my comfort zone to travel alone to the opposite side of the world for the first time. But guess what? It was the best decision I ever made.

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Costa Rica Adventures

Bailey began her Costa Rica journey In Uvita, a small village in the southern part of Costa Rica where she spent most of her time surfing and doing yoga. Then, she made her way even more south to the Osa Peninsula. She stayed in Puerto Jimenez, Drake Bay, Los Planes and Rancho Quemado. Did I mention this trip was for work? Where she spent most of her time "working" by waterfalls in one of the most dense jungles on the planet? Lucky.. 

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