Prison Time: My experience at a Peruvian Prison

Everything was checked. We weren’t allowed to take in our phones or any electronic devices. The lady even flipped through my book I had with me. She gave me a pat down and checked my waist band and yelled something at me in Spanish that I didn’t understand. I had to get my arm stamped at two different locations and…

7 things you need to know before going to Machu Picchu

I absolutely loved my time at Machu Picchu. A group of 12 of us from America, spent the day walking around the ruins and three of us hiked up SunGate Trail. Here are 7 tips I learned while I was there. 1. Machu Picchu’s entrance is limited each day. Machu Picchu has a restriction on…

Donkeys and more beaches in St. John’s

St. John is an adorable little island that is mostly national parks. (Jost Van Dyke was yesterday). St. John’s island has one ‘town’ that has really nice shops and restaurants. The entire island had no power when we first got there. I was able to call home since we were back in US territory. We walked around…

Ane-gada see more…

Yesterday we barely made the ferry for Virgin Gorda and yet again this morning, we barely made the ferry. And when we arrived to Anegada, we decided to rent scooters for the day (which was the best decision yet.) I had never driven a scooter before but it reminded me of a 4-wheeler so I…

Beginning in Tortola

The journey to Tortola started out with me getting up early and shoving the things I thought I would need on our trip. Our taxi driver was supposed to pick us up at 9:15am and at 9:25 we decided to call him because he usually wasn’t ever that late. Even on island time. He confirmed that he…

Island hopping the British Virgin Islands

Three girls. Six islands. Seven days. Lexi, Jamie and I are three broke college girls who decided to spend a week island hopping in the British Virgin Islands. We had our “home” be in Tortola (BVI) because it would be cheaper to travel to other islands from Tortola. We found an Airbnb for reasonably cheap…