Lisa Wright

Lisa is a freelance writer, content creator, book reviewer, and (very) amateur photographer.

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Tucson: An Oasis In The Sonoran Desert

Tucson may be Arizona’s second smallest city—but it’s second to none when it comes to sunny scenery; adventurous outdoor experiences; world-renowned restaurants, and a vibrant, diverse cultural heritage that can be seen in every corner...

El Paso to Tucson: The Southwest Roadtrip, You Didn’t Know You Needed to Take

Have the adventure of a lifetime with a road trip from El Paso, Texas to Tucson Arizona. Though the drive clocks in at just under five hours, there’s plenty to see and do along the...

The New El Paso: A City Reborn

El Paso is a bustling desert town that’s a riotous mix of classic, Wild West heritage, and modern, eclectic city life. Combining the colorful traditions of the region, including Mexican and Native American influences, seamlessly...

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24 Hours in Puerto Vallarta

Collecting moments is one of the few things I hold close to my heart. Moments, however, get confused with the arrival. For me, it's everything...

San Antonio: Where History and Culture Meet

San Antonio is a city with a radiant atmosphere where the remains of an interesting past merge with the energy of an even more...

Top 5 Weird British Pubs

The pub is a British institution. You could go to any corner pub, but we found the most unique pubs you can visit in...

The Most Underrated Beach Towns in Panama

1. Aguadulce, Cocle Aguadulce is a quiet town in the interior of Panama. The people here primarily work in agriculture, sea salt production, and some...

Dubrovnik – Croatia’s hidden gem

A short drive from Cilipi Airport and you'll find yourself in a picturesque medieval town on the shores of the crystal blue Adriatic Sea. Welcome...