Author: Megan Eileen

A Guide to Morocco’s Most Charming Hotels and Riads

Morocco was nothing short of a dream, and I’m still reeling from all the wonderful experiences I had with some very amazing people. It all started with a week of pre-tours, as part of the Trablin travel conference. Then, I had a few days on my own before co-leading my very first writing + Yoga retreat. Somehow, I squeezed in the energy for a mini solo trip to Fes Chefchaouen before heading home to the States. Throughout my month in Morocco, I stayed at several hotels, riads and even a luxury desert camp. To help you plan your own...

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How to Experience Hong Kong’s Booming Food Scene on a Budget

If you’re among my close friends, you know full well that I’m borderline obsessed with Hong Kong. A couple years ago, I would up living in this fabulous city for about six months. I’ve gone back a few times since then to visit friends—in fact, I’m planning one this year! Besides seeing some of my favorite faces in the world, I’m excited to dive head first into the culinary scene there, because it’s always changing. Whether you’re in Hong Kong for a brief layover or an entire month, here are some of the best ways to eat like a...

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Making Birthday Memories in Mexico’s Coral Beach Cancun

I think we can all agree that some birthdays are better than others and as many of you know from what I share on Instagram, 2018 was full of loss and heartbreak. So, to be perfectly honest, I wasn’t all that excited when my 32nd birthday rolled around. Oh, how wrong I was! I kicked off 32 with a bang, in one of the most beautiful beaches I’ve ever seen, surrounded by even more beautiful people, inside and out. Scroll below to read some highlights from my birthday week at the Grand Fiesta Americana in Cancun. My very special birthday gift...

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Royal Sandals Barbados: A Luxury Included Beach Break in the Caribbean

After a busy few months of travel, I was eager to head to Barbados for a long weekend of fun in the sun. While usually I’m an overachiever when it comes to exploring new places, I’ve been consciously taking a much more balanced approach as of late and I’m really enjoying the slower pace my life is adapting. So when Barbados came calling, I initially felt that tug of wanting to see and do it all. Yes, I did want to explore, but I also wanted to relax, settle into my new home away from home, and really be...

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Tips for First Time Travel to Marrakech

A trip to Morocco would not be complete without Marrakech on your itinerary. The city has earned the nickname as the Red City for its beautiful red colored buildings. It is also loved for its location, rich history and climate. It truly is a place to enjoy and take a trip back through time, as it is extremely well preserved. I thought it would be a good idea to write a bit more about the city and some tips for visiting. Enjoy! Where to stay When in Morocco, the best place to stay is definitely a Riad, or a...

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