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The Best Travel Clothes for Curvy Women

By Hannah Logan | June 20, 2019 |
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Ok ladies, let’s talk travel wear. The strappy dresses, string bikinis, and pretty convertible tops that seem to be featured on every packing list, round-up, and Instagram feed. Yes, they are adorable. And I’m sure they look amazing on many women. However, as a curvy girl who is often caught between regular and plus sizes,…

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The Perfect 3 Day Sahara Desert Tour in Morocco

By Hannah Logan | June 17, 2019 |
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Disclaimer: My 3 Day Sahara Desert tour in Morocco was sponsored by Get Your Guide. All opinions are my own.  I gazed out at the sea of golden sand dunes spread in front of me, stretching further than I could see. The ‘Arabian Nights’ song from Aladdin circled through my head as I watched the sun…

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How to Make the Most out of 2 Days in Fes, Morocco

By Hannah Logan | June 12, 2019 |
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Fez is the oldest city in Morocco and an absolute must see. With the largest tannery in Africa and a sprawling Medina packed with over 9700 streets, it’s definitely worth exploring for a couple of days. But what should you see and do? Where should you stay? And what should you be aware of? Here…

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How to Spend One Day in Casablanca, Morocco

By Hannah Logan | May 28, 2019 |
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Hassan II Mosque

Casablanca was one of the cities that people told me not to bother with when I was planning my trip to Morocco. Of course, it’s also where I found the cheapest flight to. Figures. But, of course I booked the cheapest flight and planned on just spending one day in Casablanca before moving on to…

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Backpacking Through Morocco as a Woman: My Most Difficult Travel Experience Yet

By Hannah Logan | May 22, 2019 |
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Morocco was somewhere that I’ve been eyeing for a while but, as much as I hated to admit it, it was not somewhere I wanted to go alone. Like several other countries in the world, Morocco comes with a reputation, especially for female travellers. From sexual assault and harassment, unwanted physical contact and violence, I…

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Things to do in Antigua, Guatemala

By Hannah Logan | May 13, 2019 |
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Santa Catalina Arch

I fell in love with Antigua the moment I jumped off the bus. I was only in town for a day as an excursion on a Panama Canal cruise. Guatemala was one of the few ports that had independent travel options and, as much fun as I was having with the cruise experience, I was…

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The Best of Prague in 3 Days

By Hannah Logan | May 9, 2019 |
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Old Town Hall Prague

An old castle on a hill in the distance, a bridge steeped in folklore and legends, historic monuments, great food, and colourful buildings. Prague truly is a fairytale, and often considered to be one of the prettiest cities in Europe. One could easily spend a week exploring the cobblestone streets of this historic capital because…

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The Best of: One Day in Cartagena

By Hannah Logan | May 7, 2019 |
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Old Town Cartagena Streets

Cartagena was somewhere I’ve wanted to visit for ages. However, when I finally got the chance to see the Colombian city for myself, I only had a single day due to the fact that I was visiting as part of a Panama Canal cruise. One day in Cartagena wasn’t exactly what I imagined, but it…

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Affordable Castle Hotels in Ireland (A True Fairytale Experience)

By Hannah Logan | May 1, 2019 |
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Ballyseede Castle Hotel, Ireland

Do you dream about sleeping in a castle hotel in Ireland? Don’t worry, you aren’t alone. Irish castle hotels are one of the best draws of the country. After all, I think everyone would secretly love to feel like a King or Queen- at least for a night!  Of course, staying at a castle hotel…

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What to Pack for a Cruise: Tips for Women (for Warm Destinations)

By Hannah Logan | April 30, 2019 |
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walking through Old Town Cartagena

When I went on my Panama Canal cruise, one of the things I stressed about was what to pack. To start with, I wanted to travel carryon: it was easier, it was cheaper (my airfare didn’t include checked baggage), and I worried about what would happen if my luggage got lost when I was leaving…

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