Articles written by: Courtney Lambert

I enjoy free diving, competitive swim, biking, paddling, traveling the world, a nice glass of wine, sand in my hair and salt on my skin.... oh yea, and I write a little bit as well.

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10 Tips to Survive a Music Festival

Two words: music festival.  What emotions do those words evoke? Extreme exhilaration? Do you smell those porter-potties? Dancing around your room dreaming of days in the woods, no showers, and festival friends old and new? It’s festival season people- here are a few tips to help you survive the delicious [...]

6 Illegal Activities You can do Outside the U.S.

6 Illegal Activities You can do Outside the U.S.

Before we get started, let me just say that this is not condoning illegal activities or for the most part, condoning activities that can get you seriously injured or thrown in jail. But, let’s be real–when traveling, why stick to the same old same old when you can live life [...]

7 U.S. Cities to Celebrate St. Patty’s day

7 U.S. Cities to Celebrate St. Patty’s day

Oh Saint Patrick’s day…an Irish holiday filled with music, food, parades, festivities and all things green. You don’t have to travel to Ireland to celebrate, and America boasts some of the best parties around. Check out these 7 cities from around the U.S. to get down and get green for [...]

Affordable Round Trip Airfare Between U.S. and Europe Could Become Reality

Affordable Round Trip Airfare Between U.S. and Europe Could Become Reality

This year, the dream of round-trip airfare from the U.S. to Europe for under $500 with taxes and fees included could become a reality. You read right folks. Norwegian Air Shuttle made the confident announcement in early February, pricking excited ears all over the world while also rubbing the travel [...]

6 Florida Dream Spots for Paddlers

6 Florida Dream Spots for Paddlers

Florida is gaining in popularity, not just for its beautiful beaches, but for the wondrous freshwater springs, rivers and creeks that invite kayak and canoe enthusiasts to explore and experience truly amazing wilderness that the Sunshine state has to offer. Grab your paddles- Here are 6 Florida paddle spots you [...]

8 Breathtaking Natural Wonders Around the World

8 Breathtaking Natural Wonders Around the World

There’s a big wide world out there just beckoning to be explored with mountains, caves, forests and other mind blowing nature-made creations that will stump any man made masterpiece. Here are 8 of the world’s most beautiful natural wonders. Gran Salar de Uyani, BoliviaIf you like to get salty, and [...]

6 Places in the World to Witness Bioluminescence

6 Places in the World to Witness Bioluminescence

Take a trip to a corner of the earth where you can dance with the stars. Not the stars up high in the midnight sky, but at the oceans edge, deep in a peaceful forest or in the heart of a cave where every splash and feather light touch renders [...]

6 Dangerous Drives Not for the Faint of Heart

6 Dangerous Drives Not for the Faint of Heart

When road tripping, things can get boring on the straight and narrow. You must ask yourself, are you feeling brave? Dare to leave the smooth and even pavement for a drive that’ll get your adrenaline pumping and heart racing with excitement: Here are 6 of the world’s most dangerous drives, [...]

6 Craziest Travel Stories of 2013

6 Craziest Travel Stories of 2013

Travel is a beautiful thing but it definitely comes with its fair share of horror stories and unbelievable outcomes. It makes trips unforgettable and well, in some cases, might make a trip one you’d want to actually forget. Here are 6 of the craziest travel stories from 2013. Grab the [...]

8 U.S. East Coast Destinations You Need to Visit

8 U.S. East Coast Destinations You Need to Visit

The east and west coast of the United States are both very different and extraordinary coasts, each offering something diverse that every traveler can enjoy. The east coast though, is a special region, boasting scenic drives through mountains, beaches in the south and the roots of our country’s history in [...]