Vivian Farmer

After reading books about far off places as a child, Vivian was hooked on travel writing. She traveled during her college years and wrote about wine, oil painting and wild hogs. She's planning her next adventures and writing about anything and everything travel related.

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When Will Social Distancing End?

And when will we be able to travel again? Coronavirus, also called COVID-19, has brought the travel and tourism industry to a halt. You probably have your own story about the virus,...

Your Guide to Witch City: Salem, Massachusetts

Whether you’re a modern-day mystic, a Halloween enthusiast, or just in town for the weekend, there’s no denying there’s something brewing in Salem, Massachusetts. The town is best known for...

Northern Winter Retreats

When the world turns cold, sometimes it’s just best to lean in and embrace it. Hot coco and a warm fire are always best when the chill settles all around. Take in these northern retreats...

Hit the Trail in Beautiful Bandera Texas

Leave your office behind and head out to a place where the sun hits the fields and turns the whole world gold for a second. You can feel it from the back of a horse,...

Food Trails in the Old West

Feed your appetite and your soul. This is a real experience, food as authentic as the people that craft it, drawing inspiration and ingredients from the land. Bandera   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Chicken...

Where to Go for Fall Colors at the End of November

Know when to go, if you visit too early, you’ll be disappointed. Fall Colors are Back– Almost There’s a rare patch of land in Texas that’s just right for growing maple trees– a tree that doesn’t usually...

You’ll Never Guess Where the New Wine Making Destination Is. (It’s Not Who You Think)

More wine? Um, yes please. Wine tourism is skyrocketing in probably the least likely state: Texas. You read that right. Texas, the state know for cowboys, rodeos, BBQ and well, not wine. But with nearly 400...

Dominos, Bikers, a Scarecrow Invasion: Fall Festivals are Done Differently in Texas Hill Country

There is a region of Texas that is not the Texas people know from movies and television, it defies stereotypes. For starters, it has a strong German heritage mixed with Spanish and Mexican influences. But...

Would You Drive this Dangerous Scenic Route through Colorado’s Mountains?

There’s a highway in Colorado that’s over 100 years old and is dangerous to drive, but it also has some of the best fall scenic drive views. A post shared by ashlyn steele (@ash.cash._) on Aug...

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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...

Unique Utah, Incredible Outdoors

This experience is shared by Contributor Doni Smith.  Follow Doni's journeys at www.nurserover.com or @nurserover. Utah has a tagline that says, “Life Elevated”. This rings...

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...