Not including my own of course even though I work very hard to share great content with you all and have a great travel blog because of it. There are a great many of other travel bloggers who also have fantastic content. Some of them are experts in a particular travel style that I am not, like family travel and high end travel.
Why do I travel? What is it that makes me desire to seek out new paths, drives me to see, feel, touch, taste new things in a new place? Why do so many of us eagerly seek out the unknown places that fill the world? We watch amazing shows, read blogs, watch vlogs all in the name of fulfilling a curiosity of what it’s like somewhere, anywhere else.
Being of Hawaiian descent Hawaii is near and dear to me. I was born at Honolulu general in downtown Honolulu and spent a great portion of life living on Oahu, Kailua to be exact. I typically go home to visit my aunts, uncles, cousins once a year or so. This isn’t going to be one of those go to this hotel or that hotel kind of article but more of what it’s really like to be in Hawaii.
Walk along the Malecon
The Malecon in Mazatlan is a thirteen-mile long path that stretches along the coast which is one of the longest in the world. It runs from the north side of Olas Altas thru to Avenida del Mar at Valentino’s. There are many street vendors selling a variety of merchandise along the way and some fantastic monuments and status to see too. The way the path was created ensures that there is easy access to all the amazing beaches. You won’t find many hotels directly on the beaches except in the Golden Zone most of the beaches are protected by the way the pathway was designed safeguarding the stunning beauty.
I was already super excited to visit Antigua because Jeff had already been here several times. He had shared all the fun times he had with me when he was there last. This only made me even more curious and delighted. I was excited to hang out with his brother Mike who has been living in Antigua for over thirteen years.