Wizard Quest: An Amazing Interactive Scavenger Hunt in the Wisconsin Dells!

So there’s an attraction in the Wisconsin Dells that I’m OBSESSED with, I think it’s brilliant.  Wizard Quest is a little like an escape room but it’s described as an interactive fantasy themed scavenger hunt.  It’s a completely unique attraction, the first of its kind in the world, and even visiting as adults without kids, we had so much fun and have been back a second time!

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‘What To Wear In London To Look Like A Local’ & Why I Don’t Like These Posts.

I can’t tell you the amount of blog posts I’ve read about ‘what to wear in London to look like a local’, or ‘how to not dress like a tourist in London’, and I’m just like no no no no no.  Now little bit of a back story about me for those that don’t know me.  I was born and lived on the outskirts of London for 26 years.  I’d go into London to meet friends, see bands, go shopping…there were times when I’d only go there with a wallet and phone in my pocket and I very rarely did anything ‘touristy’ (until recently when I really started to appreciate London).

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8 Unique Places To Stay In Iowa USA

As much as I love any sort of hotel stay (yep, even Motel 6, I’m not fussy), it does add an extra element of excitement if the accommodation has a unique aspect to it!  I share some of my favourite unique accommodation finds in Iowa, USA!

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Fun Things To Do In Manitou Springs, Colorado

When planning our road trip through Colorado, we were after a location for a stopover that was just off the Interstate so had our eye on Colorado Springs.  After a little bit of searching I discovered Manitou Springs, right next door, gave us the ‘same’ location, only with a more smaller mountain town feel, rather than a larger city.

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Hiking Garden Of The Gods in Colorado USA

The Garden of the Gods, a registered National Natural Landmark, is located in Colorado Springs CO and is completely free to visit.  Set at the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, the main draw of the park is to marvel at the red sandstone rock formations scattered throughout.  There are 17 different formations altogether and many different hiking trails totalling 21 miles.  The Visitor Centre is a good place to start, you can pick up a free map which is helpful as there isn’t a huge amount of signage out on the trails.

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15 Things To Add To Your Iowa Bucket List!

I didn’t really know too much about Iowa before moving here.  As a British person it’s not exactly a destination that gets any marketing in the UK.  So of course I went into research mode.  Hunting out cool things to do, roadside attractions and places that should be on an Iowa bucket list!

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Kalahari vs Wilderness: Best Indoor Water Parks In Wisconsin Dells

When planning my trips to the Wisconsin Dells, visiting indoor water parks were a ‘must do’ on our list.  Travelling as just adults with no kids, it was important for us to find a water park with enough thrill slides to keep us entertained.  We didn’t want to have little kid slides, we wanted big ones that get the adrenaline going!  On our first trip, we went to The Wilderness and on our most recent one, the Kalahari!  Here’s what I thought of the 2 parks!

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