China Creek Campground & Marina {Port Alberni BC}

7 Kid Attractions in San Antonio

San Antonio is the second-largest city in the state of Texas after Houston. The city is home to the San Antonio River Walk, the Alamo and they even have their own Six Flags. Many tourists and visitors come to San Antonio every year for a quick getaway or week long vacations. There are many things to do in San Antonio, including plenty of attractions for kids.

Kid Attractions in San Antonio

Six Flags Fiesta Texas

Six Flags Fiesta Texas is an amusement park in San Antonio and has thrill rides, kid rides, family rides and a water park. The amusement park features daily shows, concerts, arcade games, food, contests and shopping. The water park has a wave pool shaped like Texas, tubes and slides, and entry is free with admission to Six Flags Fiesta Texas.

Six Flags offers season passes so you can pay one price and get in all

A very trendy Guide to Auckland

Let’s cut to the chase: Auckland is trendy. Like, uber trendy. The people, the cafes, the boutiques – all extraordinarily trendy. Even the houses dotted along tree-lined residential streets are – you guessed it – trendy. So what should you do with two days in Auckland? I’m glad you asked!

I recently spent a few days in Auckland to bring to you this very trendy guide to Auckland, New Zealand. And while I think four days was maybe too much, I would say two days is the perfect amount of time to explore the city and soak up the highlights. So with that, here’s my guide to Auckland!

Auckland City Guide | WORLD OF WANDERLUST

The World of Wanderlust Guide to Auckland

For starters, this wasn’t my first visit to Auckland. I’ve been a handful of times to visit one of my best friends who lived here pre-pandemic. Every time my friend would show me new cafes,

10 Thanksgiving Hikes You Need to Take

Thanksgiving; a time to slow down, spend time with family and friends, and reflect on the past year. After recent years spent apart; reminiscing about summer adventures, sharing new opportunities and catching up around the dinner table over a Thanksgiving feast is a tradition that most people love and missed. Why not extend those conversations to the fresh, crisp autumn air of Muskoka?

Here are 10 hikes to do with the people you are most thankful for:

 

The Classics

 

Huckleberry Rock Lookout Trail

Wander along some of the oldest rocks in the world on this 2.5 km loop trail, considered to be moderately challenging. Over the years, glaciation, erosion and fire have exposed the pink granite surface of the rock, creating a one-of-a kind hiking experience on the Canadian Shield. Don’t miss the scenic lookout, which is considered by locals to be one of the best places to view the

Enjoy an authentic Hawaiian wedding

The Hawaiian wedding is one of the most loved wedding styles. This ceremony is held on the beach with all guests dressed in white with flowers as the protagonists.

 

When organizing it yourself, you will need to consider many aspects, including clothing, music, Miami wedding venues, and flower use.

 

The bride and groom will decide which ceremony they would like to perform. The Hawaiian wedding is popular. This option will bring the best vibes and good emotions. How do you organize it?

 

The Ceremony

 

The Kahuna will officiate the ceremony. This is the most popular type of wedding for ceremonies on the beach. There are many rituals involved in Hawaiian weddings. First, you need to know that these ceremonies are held at the beach because the sea holds a special meaning for Hawaiians.

 

It will also have to take place on the 11th night