Tag: Travel

Jessica Kirby founded the fashion, travel and lifestyle blog, Prosecco & Plaid, in 2013. She grew up in and currently now lives in Newport, Rhode Island. And, not only does she spend her summers surfing and at the beach, she lived in Los Angeles and New York City and...
For this installment of Otter Escape, we are heading to Byron Bay, which is in New South Wales, Australia. As you should know by now, we are fans of Australia, whether it was our interview with First Base Founder, Alison Cotton, or our various Australian model spotlights and model...
When we plan Otter Escapes, we love it when we can offer you a travel guide. Although, there are times when an Escape should be something that can instantly transport you to a different place, something that can take you away from your office desk and allow you -...
This Otter Escape begins with the featured image above, which is from the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary (Monkey Forest Ubud) in Bali. It's a nature reserve, home to Hindu temples and more. "The Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary (Monkey Forest Ubud) a featured international tourist destination to create peace...
"That damn snow just keeps falling," complained Mac as he peered out of his cabin window. Mac spends at least six months at his secluded cabin where his sole goal is to write. He's a mystery writer that is working to wrap up his latest contract - his last book...
When we first came across the Inn at Perry Cabin by Belmond, we thought it simply seemed like a nice place to stay. In other words, nothing too over the top spoke to us. That is, until we began to dig a bit deeper... Location: In the Victorian town of...
When we say "adventure," something different comes to everyone's mind, especially here at MalenDyer. For some of us, being on an adventure means going to an "exotic" location to spend each and every day at the beach while others interpret adventure to be something that borders an extreme sport. In...
Tulum, Mexico, is south of Cancun, in the Riviera Maya and houses Mayan architecture sites that date back to the thirteenth century. It's safe to say there is a lot more to do in this area than enjoy the beach, although, is of course a must do. Model and travel blogger,...
There's something to be said about the power of the sea. At times, it can be calm and soothing while other times its furry makes us want to watch from afar. No matter what though, the sea draws us in. For this edition of Ottergram, we are looking at the voice...
"Trancoso a former fishing village that has turned into a super-trendy getaway for Brazilians and fashionable jet-setters willing to pay St.-Tropez prices for rustic accommodations on an unspoiled beach," according to The New York Times. “This is the freest place in Brazil. You can do anything here, really," commented...