Category Archives: Travel Tips

The Kentucky Bourbon Trail

This Fall my husband & I took a road trip to Kentucky, where we met up with friends and family. We had a great time, and really enjoyed the fall leaves, the rolling hills, walks by the lake, little snow flurries, and of course…..The Bourbon! (Read on for a really DELICIOUS bourbon cocktail recipe). The…

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Top Ten Best Travel Apps

Traveling has become much easier with the ease and convenience of our smartphone apps. Here are TEN of my favorite apps that I use when I’m traveling the world. 1. TripAdvisor TripAdvisor is one of my go to travel apps. I most use the Forum to speak to other travelers or locals in cities that…

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5k Followers – Woo hoo!

Hi Everyone! Last week we hit 5k followers on instagram, which was like…whaaaa? Of course when we started this thing we had high hopes, but when we joined this travel community back in January, we weren’t really sure what to expect, @danischmanibobaniDani lives in Miami with her husband Josh & two pups, Kona & Simon. Creatively…

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  • Jess BonillaAugust 22, 2018 - 1:30 pm

    Congrats!!! It it’s certainly becoming harder to stand out in social media, but you’re killing it. Keep up the good work and more celebrations will come. I’m very close to reaching my 5k too. I invite you to check out my IG profile and follow my journey: @jessbonillabeauty. I blog about beauty tips and reviews. Hope you have an amazing day! Xoxo 
    Jess ReplyCancel

  • Mei JorgeAugust 22, 2018 - 3:34 pm

    Yay what a milestone!!! And the travel bug is a serious bug I tell you 🙂ReplyCancel

    • @danischmanibobaniAugust 22, 2018 - 3:36 pm

      Hahah, Yes it is! And when it bites…it bites hard lol.ReplyCancel

Guide to Planning your Vacation

So you know you want to take a vacation, but you have no idea where to start. We get many questions about how we know where to go, what to do and where to stay. Here we will cover the basics on how to start planning your vacation, whether its one week or two. Ashley…

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8 Things to Pack for Iceland in Winter

As many of you have seen if you follow us on Instagram, earlier this year we took an incredible trip to Iceland. On our trip we spent 10 days traveling around the island, and along the way we experienced a variety of landscapes, temperatures & weather patterns. So, I put together a list of 8…

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  • Jovanni B.June 9, 2018 - 11:24 pm

    Great list! I would like to add to it. When embarking on a trip like this, I’d recommend a nice daypack for hikes or when getting out of the car to explore different sites. 
    For our Iceland trip, I took two bags: A Cotopaxi Inca 26L bag. This bag is big enough to haul all my gear for the entirety of the trip, or can be used for long day hikes. It has great features and is super comfortable. I used it when we went to Ireland and did long 8+ hour hikes. Additionally, I took a bag that fits in a pocket: PNW’s Sea to Sky bag. This bag folds into a tiny pouch that can fit in a pocket or barely noticeable in a backpack, but when unfurled, is a great lightweight bag that’s enough for multi-hour hikes or just exploring. 
    These two bags were indispensable to me and made exploring easy and comfortable while hauling quite a bit of gear across the island, but only what I needed for exploring. ReplyCancel

  • EthanJune 21, 2018 - 12:38 am

    Thank you for this great article.  Iceland is definitely on our family’s travel list! ReplyCancel

    • @danischmanibobaniJune 21, 2018 - 2:03 am

      Awesome! It is an amazing place. If you and the family like to explore, you will Love it. Happy travels!ReplyCancel

  • BrandiJune 21, 2018 - 2:00 am

    I try to stay out of the cold but love the article and the pictures. I do want to try the geothermal bath one day!ReplyCancel

    • @danischmanibobaniJune 21, 2018 - 2:10 am

      My husband too, he isn’t a fan of the cold, but it was still well worth it. The nature baths are awesome! And I’m hoping we will get to go back in the summer sometime too and see everything in green and do some of the stuff we didn’t get to do this winter. More hikes, whale watching, and seeing those cute little Puffins! Hah. Happy travels!ReplyCancel

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