I was recently invited to The Exumas with the Bahamas Tourism Board and boy was that a dream come true! After seeing images of swimming pigs go viral years ago, it immediately became a bucket list experience and I was super excited to finally check it off my list. Just to name a few, swimming with the pigs, sharks, stingrays, iguanas and eating the best conch salads are a few of the bucket list experiences in The Exumas, Bahamas that you do not want to miss!
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Peru & Bolivia has been on my bucket list for some time now. I just never had the opportunity until now to check it off my list! I’ve recently teamed up with Matt Reichel from Inertia to help me create a super exciting offering for all my readers and followers to join me on my very first group tour to Peru & Bolivia! You’ll be exposed to new exciting adventures you’ve always dreamed about…Here are some reasons why I’m super excited about this trip!
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