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Tried and True Resources to Find Hotels that Allow Pets

Finding hotels that allow pets while traveling can be hit or miss. It can be especially challenging when you’re traveling in a foreign country that may not be so pet-friendly or where you don’t have easy access to WiFi to look up pet-friendly accommodations. During our travels, we’ve come across it all: places that have …

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A Complete Itinerary for a Dog-Friendly Winter Visit in Andorra

We were guests of the Andorra Tourism Board for this fun-filled dog-friendly winter weekend. All opinions remain our own. Andorra. Have you heard of it? It’s the 16th smallest country in the world by landmass and 11 smallest by population. You can drive from one end of the country to the other in a little …

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Suncadia Resort: The Ultimate Pet-Friendly Vacation Rental in Central Washington

I’ve recently become a full on snow person. Having spent this winter in the Pacific Northwest with a relatively flexible schedule this year, I sought out opportunities to play in the snow. Sora and I went snowshoeing every chance we had. We found frozen waterfalls and gained confidence gliding over ungroomed surfaces on cross country …

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Oregon Rode Trip – Leg III: McKenzie Pass Scenic Bikeway

This post is written in partnership with Travel Oregon, Oregon Wine Country, and Eugene Cascades Coast. To read about our entire journey check out our blog posts leg-by-leg: Portland to Champoeg,  Willamette Valley, and Cascading Rivers Scenic Bikeways I’m not sure how Dave managed to ride from Portland to Eugene with his flu/cold/death sentence. His cough was so bad …

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Oregon Rode Trip – Leg II: Willamette Valley Scenic Bikeway

  This post is written in partnership with Travel Oregon, Oregon Wine Country, and Eugene Cascades Coast. To read about our entire journey check out our blog posts leg-by-leg: Portland to Champoeg,  McKenzie Pass, and Cascading Rivers Scenic Bikeways I awoke several times throughout the night to the sound of the rain beating on our tent from above. I …

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A Detailed Guide to Salento, Colombia

Known for its coffee, proximity to the Valle de Cocora (Cocora Valley) and Los Nevados National natural park, and the giant wax palm trees, Salento, Colombia is a popular tourist destination. It’s filled with excursions that will please any traveler, from more laid back activities like playing tejo (a game where you throw metal pucks …

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Pacari Chocolate Tour in the Santa Rita Community + Photo Essay

I am a chocolate snob. Anything under 60% is just not chocolatey enough and between 70% and 85% is ideal. And don’t even thinking about tainting chocolate with milk. That’s just repulsive. Throughout much of South America, I’ve had a bit of a tough time finding high quality, vegan chocolate. After over a year on …

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Dog-Friendly Quito: La Mitad del Mundo

I am not typically one for visiting mega tourist destinations. The crowds, lines, and all the tourist traps, make me want to bolt as soon as we’ve arrived. It took some convincing from several friends to make me agree to visit Machu Picchu. Don’t get me wrong, I found Machu Picchu beautiful and impressive, and, …

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