Top Things to do in Tampa: A 3 Day Travel Guide

Tampa Bay Have a Nice Day! Street art in the Hyde Park Neighborhood. Sarah Fay and her friend from college Marylynne in front of the sign.

When people think of a holiday in Florida, Tampa Bay would not probably be the first thing to come to mind. However, Tampa Bay has an array of activities, restaurants, shopping, and amusement parks that will keep any traveler busy. 

Wondering what you must do in Tampa Bay when visiting? 

Look no further you have found a Floridian’s guide on what to do, where to eat, and the best things to do to get outdoors in Tampa Bay! 

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Mexico City: 21 Exciting Experiences Not to Miss

Sarah Fay at rooftop bar at Zocalo overlooking the Metropolitan Cathedral in Mexico City

When I arrived to Mexico City other travelers and people back home in the states were interested into why I chose to go there. The city’s reputation as a dangerous, dirty, and overcrowded metropolis hardly may sound appealing to American, Canadian, and European tourists that prefer the turquoise waters of the Mexican Riviera. Many travelers may write it off altogether, but I believe they are missing out on one of the most culturally rich and historically significant cities in the world.

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Top 10 Florida Beaches that Rival the Caribbean

Sarah Fay on a Lyme Scooter in Fort Lauderdale along the beach.

Every year tourists are drawn to the Caribbean’s paradise of turquoise waters, snow white sand, and palm trees. However, there is really no need to splurge on overpriced plane tickets to find your slice of heaven on the beach. I have grown up in Florida and rounded up some of my favorite beaches that will transport you to paradise and have you leave with a kick ass tan. From the Pan Handle, to the Florida Keys there is enough beach for us all to experience waves of azure, and lay out in ivory colored sand.

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How to Crush it at Couchsurfing Safely!

Sarah Fay travel blogger hanging out with Couchsurfers in South beach Miami.

Back in 2004 it was simply a web site that connected like-minded Budget Travelers to Locals that wanted to share authentic cultural experiences for free. Since then it has grown to 14 million users, in 200,000 cities worldwide. If you want to travel alone, but never feel lonely Couchsurfing is the perfect tool to use to meet new friends from around the world and have a cultural experience, even from your own living room.

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