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“HOUSTON WE NO LONGER HAVE A PROBLEM” …Your second date to me was EVERTHANG!!!!! I think I LOVE YOU (lol). Before I submerge into the fun, food & drinks…let's get into my outfit!!!!
I loved all my lawks, but this orange cut-out dress and boots set the tone for the rest of my trip. The compliments were endless.
Fun! Fun! & Drinks!
Day 1: Now yall should already know by now that I always need food. So straight from the airport I headed to The Breakfast Club. This isn’t a spot to catch a vibe, but the food was bomb and that’s exactly what I was there to do…. EAT! After breakfast, I had enough time to shower and relax until the festivities began. First up Dinner at The Warwick. The Warwick is an Upscale provider of Elevated Dining and Libation Experiences. Appropriate attire is required for entry, this was a fine dining experience that I absolutely adored. I highly recommend dining at The Warwick.
It was now time to get the party started, we headed to Ratio for Hookah, cocktails, dining and music. This place was a whole vibe and aesthetically pleasing, a great spot to kick off our turn up weekend.
Day 2: Let me quiz yall!!! What did I do first??? You guessed right….EAT!!!! We headed to Toasted Yolk, this was a nice chic breakfast spot, and I must say I didn’t know what to expect, but the food was sssooo good. The set-up of this spot reminds me of a place to go to do some work or study. Belly on full, now I’m ready to start my day…next stop Nomad. When I first walked into Nomad I was like, oh yea this is my vibe right here, from the décor, graffiti on the wall, the couches etc…. I just loved the ambiance. I also loved the fact that this was a BYOB (bring your own bottle) kind of spot. The one thing about them that I did not like was the service, it was horrible. We are now done with our bottle so let's head to Clarkwood for some delightful cocktails, like Warwick this elevated venue has a strict dress code which requires business casual or upscale fashionable attire. Clarkwood is an elegant wine and cocktail bar nestled in a historic theater with a chic feel, 100% recommend. We ended the night at O2 lounge, one of Houston’s premiere upscale lounges playing the best of Hip-Hop and afro beats. Baby, let me tell you something, we had a time at O2 lounge. I can’t even go into detail, that’s how much fun we had.
Let’s just say Day 2 was a whole vibe.
Day 3: Sundresses and Cigars event at Café 4212, giving patio vibes. From Live Music, delectable eats, satiating libations and cigars/hookah it was a vibe. I have to go back to really get the experience because we left early to go to another event. Before we arrived at the next event, we made a quick pit stop at Prospect Park. I heard I couldn’t come back to H-town and not check them out. I think I told yall this in the last H-town blog, but baby you are guaranteed hookah at every spot in Houston. We had hookah, a few drinks and appetizers then headed to Rock House, which was a whole vibe. At ROCKHOUSE “food and music are the celebration” and yall they have live music, coming from DC we love live music.
Here is where things get a little juicy and messy lol, are yall ready for the tea?!?!
I just so happen to be visiting H-town during Mochafest and DC takeover hosted by Kickback Kings. Kickback Kings host events in the DMV area so if you’re looking for grown and sexy events to attend follow them. The events I did attend that were hosted by Kickback Kings I enjoyed, but I decided to partake in one of Mochafest events and let’s just say never again. I was anticipating the lingerie party, the outfit I had on was a showstopper for sure and was definitely giving close friends content only. We get to the event…. wait let me back up for a second, I receive a message regarding a venue change…. RED FLAG 🚩 number one. We arrived and the venue is waaayyyy smaller than the original location, it was too packed for anyone to actually enjoy themselves. Guess what yall?!! I didn’t even go inside, some of the people I already knew that were inside said they were leaving. Soooo where the hell are we about to go dressed in lingerie……… The Pedelum it is!!! Now this is my first time at a swinger’s club, so I am here for the experience, the young lady opened the door “bucketed naked” so I’m like ooohhh shit about to get real lol lol. I had no intentions of joining anyone or doing anything for that matter, I was here for the show and to watch only (Voyeur), I also didn’t want to waste my lingerie outfit. All I am going to say is I definitely want to go back and experience that with someone I am dating…. hint hint.
Sidenote: you must be a member to get in, I am not a member but I’m the goat lol
Day 4: By this time, I was getting invite after invite, I couldn’t keep up. I knew this day was going to be crazy because it’s Sunday funday in Houston (if ya don’t know ya better ask somebody), they say never leave Houston on a Sunday. I declined all brunch invites since most places were going to be packed and yall know how I feel about eating. So, I went somewhere that still had good food and had a nice vibe but also wasn’t going to be too crowded so that I can enjoy eating so, I chose Poor Behavior. They offered good food, nice vibe and wasn't overly crowded... "A win...is A win". After the belly was full it was time to join the Sunday funday festivities, so we made our way to Chapman and Kirby. One of my friends had a section, we purchased hookah, drinks were flowing, and the vibes were there. With it being Sunday funday, DC takeover, plus mocahfest going on it was overly crowded and ya girl was getting hungry, so it was time for me to head out, give me any excuse to go eat lol. A few people noticed I had left and wanted to know what the next move was, the plan was to go to Bar 5015 (mentioned in previous blog) after we ate but we went back to the house and after I showered, it was lights out. Trust me I had enough fun for the day.
Day 5: Last day, I just wanted to vibe out a little bit before catching my early morning flight. So, I ended up at Southside Sporting Club. Every spot in Houston seems to be so cute and spacious this one included. The food OMG ssooo delicious and they offer a lot of seafood options, so I was in heaven. Highly recommend.
Houston you might have a new resident lol lol.
Places to Eat & Drink in H-Town:
Honorable mention: Katz is a diner that never closes, perfect for good eats after a lit night.
P.S : Head over to my tik tok and IG to get reviews on each location.
“HOUSTON WE HAVE A PROBLEM”…You owe me a second date!!!!! I had high expectations for H-Town and it wasn't as good as I expected, so I am going to give them a second chance. Before I submerge into the fun, food & drinks…let's get into my outfit!!!!
I loved all of my lawks, but baby this pink sequin dress and boots OWNED the night….LITERALLY. The drinks were coming all night. Someone actually took a picture of me, so an app on their phone could pull up the dress. I was the “IT” girl !!!!!
Fun! Fun! & Drinks!
Day 1: After dealing with flight cancellations, I arrived at 11pm vs. 4pm. Now y'all know I was heated and hangry, ya girl needs to eat!!! Although I didn't get to explore my first day, I ended up at The Address for food, drinks, hookah and vibes. I definitely want to go back and get the full experience because I wasn't in the mindset to be out after a long unexpected delayed flight.
Day 2: It’s time to see what the hype is about, Turkey Leg Hut here we come. I ordered the cajun bowl and everyone else had turkey legs. My food was okay, but everyone else loved their food. That was expected though because they are known for their huge turkey legs and since I am a pescatarian I couldn't indulge. I still enjoyed myself - the staff was great, they had hookah, drinks were mediocre, but the DJ was on point and I caught a vibe. After brunch we headed to Bar 5015 which was walking distance from Turkey Leg Hut. Bar 5015 is Houston’s favorite outdoor patio and let me tell you, they know how to get the crowd on their feet. Drinks were top tier, hookah was good and the crowd was just having a time. We stayed at bar 5015 longer than expected lol, we were supposed to be at our next location at 8pm, but we didn't leave bar 5015 until 8pm smh. I mean….it be like that sometimes. Before we head to Upper Kirby, we need a wardrobe change. I absolutely loved everything about Upper Kirby. They have four sections, so whatever vibes you’re on they got you. First section is the restaurant, then you cat walk to the second section for live music (band), third section has jazz and fourth section (on the second level) is a cigar lounge. The crowd is very mature - late 30’s+.
Lets just say Day 2 we had a time :-)
P.S. The DJ’s in Houston are unmatched.
Day 3: Brunch at Quotes - now sooooo many people recommend this spot so I was looking forward to some bomb food and having an ah-mazing time. Let’s just say I was very underwhelmed by the food. Our waitress had great service, but our food came out at different times and one of the entrees took so long to come out we cancelled the order because we were leaving. The drinks were overpriced, pretty but not worthy of the cost. I did learn a dance while there and got me some great pictures, but I don't think I would go back there.
I wouldn't be me if I didn't do anything random so I stopped by a thrift store and purchased a purse for $10.00.
This was a quick weekend getaway so I didn't get to explore the way I intended. On top of my flight being delay, I lost a day to explore the city. So like I said earlier I am going to give Houston an opportunity to redeem themselves. Don't be surprised if you see a Houston blog 2.0.
Places to Eat & Drink in H-Town:
P.S : Head over to my tik tok and IG to get reviews on each location.
Baby Dubai owes me everythang!!!!! I will be back. To be honest no words can describe what I experienced in Dubai. Before I submerge into the fun, fun and more fun…let's get into my outfit!!!!
Looking oh so stunning in this sequin suit from Express which is what I wore to bring in 2023. I brought in 2023 in Dubai y’all, I am still on a high.
Let the Dubai experience begin!
Day 1: After a twelve hour flight your body will feel tight and you might swell up a bit due to flying at a high altitude. So first up was a massage following our hotel check-in at Grand Hyatt Dubai. This hotel is enormous and beautiful, I want to go back just to explore all that the hotel has to offer. Day one we didn't do much because of the long flight, but we did have dinner reservations at Dinner in the Sky. This breathtaking dining in the sky experience was one for the books, eating dinner 50 meters high in the sky….ah-mazing. After we got some much needed rest because it was team no sleep after day one.
Day 2: Was an explore day for us, so first up Gold Souk!!! Dubai Gold Souk or Gold Souk, is a traditional market in Dubai, UAE. Funny story I watched the “Sex in the City” movie where they visited Dubai and went to the Gold Souk. I wanted to see if it was exactly like the movie and it was. They greet you as soon as you walk up and start pitching their products to you. There were four stores that I loved and promised to return to buy souvenirs. This day I did end up buying fresh pure eucalyptus, some spices, dried fruit, a scarf ( I actually walked out the store with it on - so beautiful), and a shot glasses. We actually stayed at the market for hours not realizing it until it started getting dark. We panicked a bit because we didn't know how to get back to the main street to catch a taxi, it was dark and we were in a foreign country however, we made it back to out hotel. So much for our explore day lol, we spent the entire day at the market.
P.S. I did go back my last day to buy souvenirs :-).
Day 3: I was anticipating this day; a full day tour of Abu Dhabi, city from Dubai. You must be fully covered in Abu Dhabi so I purchased an Abaya for this day. We had the opportunity to stroll around the white marble masterpiece of the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, admiring the views of the Yas Marina Formula 1 circuit and Ferrari World, and visit to the Heritage Village to learn about Abu Dhabi’s pre-oil past and Bedouin beginnings. This tour included Informative guided commentary, round-trip transportation, and Dubai hotel pickup and drop-off. While this tour was absolutely beautiful the best part was Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, the largest mosque in the country. There is also an underground mall inside, this alluring architecture structure is colossal. I would recommend visiting around sunset so that you can experience see both versions - day and night. At night this atmosphere becomes magical, breathtaking, hence the combination of natural moonlight and structural lighting. I am honestly trying to comprehend the words to utilize to describe……this experience had me speechless.
Day 4: Now here come the adventures, ATV Safari Camel Tour. I got my entire life riding a camel and speeding through the dessert on the ATV. One of the camels tried to tongue kiss me y’all lol ( you have to checkout my TikTok and IG for all the pics and vids). I was able to experience some sand art, got a henna tattoo, bought more souvenirs and blew some shisha. The night ended with a starlit barbecue dinner back at the camp. While enjoying this authentic Arabic cuisine we were entertained by a sequined belly dancing show, hypnotic ‘tanoura’ performance, and dancers spinning in time to traditional Emirati music. Once back at the hotel we decided to indulge in Dubai night life so we went to lounge Icon - I was not really a fan and this was the first time since being in Dubai that I felt out of place. So we had a few drinks and called it a night.
Day 5: It is NYE and my heart is full!!!! Top of the rising sun, we headed to Sky View Observatory (edgewalk) . 720 ft in the air sssoooooo exhilarating - I am a dare devil so this was right up my alley. Side note: I said that I was going to become a tik toker in 2023 and my first post of the year was the edgewalk and it went viral; the comments are hilarious. After swinging from a 720 ft building, it was time to head to our Sunset Yacht Cruise . I had a top deck view of Dubai’s skyline from the water, taking it all in as we glided over the Persian Gulf, snapping photos of the Burj Al Arab, Atlantis, and other sights. The food was also included on this cruise, but we were so excited and stunned by the view we didn't eat. We just submerged into the beautiful views. It is now time to get fly, party and bring in the New Year. We arrived back to our hotel around 9ish, showered, got dressed and went down to the atrium, where our hotel was having a grand NYE “Night in Paris” Gala. We brought in the New Year looking great, feeling great, extremely blessed to be in DUBAI!!! I am still in awe.
Day 6 & 7: These were chill days, sleep was basically nonexistent the first five days, so we lounged around and slept. Our excursions were either an all day experience or back to back and once we were back in our room we were wide awake due to the time difference. Just know a MF’n time was had and there is more to explore.
P.S. Dubai you have not seen the last of me!!!!!
Side Note: Y’all know I usually give all praise to the places to eat and drink, but in Dubai there is not much drinking however, there is shisha (Hookah) and I ate most of the time at one of the restaurants located in the hotel. This trip was about learning the culture, doing new and different things, taking in the views etc…..
I WANT TO END BY SAYING THIS….JUST BOOK THE TRIP!!!!!
OH and special shoutout to my travel agent/advisor Antuinette
Memphis owes me nothing!!!!! To be honest I had to remember that I was down south so the vibe was chill and relaxing. Before I submerge into the fun, food & drinks…let's get into my outfit!!!!
Sitting pretty at brunch rocking my SnapBack nylon, high waisted pants, bright green ,just enough skin top and metallic booties. This outfit had me feeling like “THAT GIRL.”
Fun! Fun! & Relax!
Day 1: Now you know first up is brunch at Automatic Slim's. I ordered the Blackened Salmon Benedict and it was not the best I’ve had… the food was not that great. However, they redeemed themselves with their 100 oz. mimosa bong and the fact that I was able to get a “to go” cup did it for me. Next up wardrobe change as I prepared to attend the much anticipated “Owning the Block'' hosted by Karleen Roy. “Owning the Block'' is a career empowerment experience and is for anyone curious about leveling up in life. Kahlana Barfield Brown, Fashion & Beauty expert and editor, was the guest speaker and baby some gems were dropped. You just had to be there…I highly recommend following these two ladies on social media platforms. While there were plenty of drinks and hors d’oeuvres, sis needed some dinner so I headed to Sage. Listen Linda - the fried shrimp were ssoooooo delicious that I had two orders and the sauce that was served with it, chef’s kiss!!!!!
Day 2: Brunch me please at The Beauty Shop!!! OMG so cute in there - they legit had hair dryers for seating… Now you know I had to strike a pose (pic below in Memphis memories). Food and drinks were great. I had the shrimp and grits and Bootsy Collins as my drink of choice. Now that my belly is full it’s time to learn some music history. You can't go to Memphis and not visit the Stax Museum. While I am young, I was raised by my grandparents so the music I heard had me reminiscing. My favorite part was the “Express Yourself” dance floor - they encourage you to cut a rug as you explore the museum and I did just that. I encourage you to visit the Stax Museum if you ever find yourself in Memphis. After the museum I utilized my downtime to relax and catch up on my Netflix shows and it felt so good to be out of town and just relax. Relaxation didn't last too long though. It's time for a tour & tasting at Old Dominick Distillery. Old Dominick is known for its “Toddy” drink which I had the opportunity to try and it was tasty.
Day 3: It’s time to say goodbye, but first; can you guess?!?! Yes….food lol. Breakfast at Another Broken Egg Cafe, which is a very popular franchise worldwide; however, this was my first experience and they didn't disappoint. Service, food and drinks were exceptional. Wait, one last stop at the Memphis Botanical Garden - I think y'all know by now I love my flowers. Surprise Surprise they were showcasing Alice in Wonderland’s Adventures in the Garden. Oh the sights I saw from Alice, The Red Queen, The Chess Set, The Cheshire Cat and plenty more - I was in fact in Wonderland.
P.S I will definitely return to experience the infamous Beale Street.
The Southern hospitality in Memphis was unmatched and while this wasn't a city vibe nor were there any turn-up moments, a time was had!!!
Side Note: I enjoy my water with lemons and every place I went to was not understanding the fact that I need them to bring lemons with my water. That was so funny to me yet irritating lol.
Places to Eat and Drink in Memphis
Chicago owes me nothing!!!!! Chi-Town exceeded my expectations. Before I submerge into the fun, food & drinks…let's get into my outfit!!!!
The beautiful PINK dress from URISME had me feeling like a BARBIE. I got soooo many compliments!!!!!
Fun! Fun! & More Fun!
Day 1: Our flight was delayed so instead of getting there at 7am we arrived at 5pm, just in time for the wedding rehearsal. Now y'all know a girl has to eat!!! Although we didn't get to explore our first day, I just had to try this Chicago pizza everybody raves about. So many people recommend spots like Giordano’s, Lou Malnati’s, Gino’s East and the list goes on. However, I patronized a mom and pop’s pizza joint called Barraco's. It literally looked like the spot was closed when I first got there, but unbeknownst to me the restaurant was rented out just for little ole me. Surprised was an understatement! Sis felt like she was on top of the world. The pizza though…..bomb and when I ate it for leftovers one of those drunken nights it was still bomb lol.
Day 2: We caught the Metra downtown to CLOUD GATE aka "The Bean"!!! Its stainless-steel surface reflects the activity and lights of the park and surrounding city skyline. Literally went there to take a few pictures in front of this piece of art. After that, we headed to The Color Factory Chicago Art Museum which invites every guest to expand their boundaries of perception, embrace play and discovery, and engage the senses in unexpected ways. Out of all the places I went this was by far the highlight of the trip. Next up the Chicago Sip and Tilt. I had high expectations for this, but I was very underwhelmed; glad I can say I experienced it, but I wouldn't go back. After, we headed to be big kids for a second at Navy Pier which offered soaring views of the Chicago skyline and Lake Michigan as well as a wide variety of other rides and games. We took a ride on the famous Centennial Wheel and swings. After all this exploring a girl was hungry so we headed over to The Hampton Social. O - M - G: the service, food and drinks were TOP TIER!!!!! I tried grilled octopus for the first time and it was sssoooo good!!!! I definitely recommend the Shots Yacht. This was my favorite food spot! 10s across the board. My tummy was happy, but let the drinking continue! Next up we went to IO at Godfrey. This spot was very aesthetically pleasing; however, I was not too thrilled with the drinks. We had the Cocktail Flight which consisted of Amethyst Destiny, Smoky Sumarai, 10 Cosmo, Chef’s Margarita, and an assortment of macarons. Now it’s time for movie night at Rooftop Cinema Club - they were showing one of my favorite movies "Love Jones”. We played a few games before the show started (I won of course lol), had a few drinks and popcorn…oh and got a nap in too hahahahaha. We had to leave the movie a little early to head to our dinner reservations. We had dinner at Esquire by Cooper's Hawk and their featured chef was celebrity Chef Carla Hall. Just when I thought I was full from eating at Hampton Social, I found myself having appetizers and the pan-fried snapper for my entree.
Lets just say Day 2 we had a time :-)
P.S. I changed clothes three times that day.
Day 3: Lunch at Jojo's Shake Bar - River North. I love a great aesthetically pleasing venue and JoJo’s was giving photoshoot vibes with its “Retro Summer” themed outdoor setup. The shakes were ah-mazing!!!! By now you all know I am very spontaneous so we randomly decided to get tattoos at Insight Studios. I added a sunflower to my arm sleeve. I absolutely loved my artist, Jack, so much that I am going to fly back to Chicago so that he can finish my sleeve. I couldn't leave Chicago without being “DOUBLE PENETRATED” so we headed to Willies n Waffles…the best tasting d*** in Chicago lol. I would say this was the second highlight of this trip and when I stepped in this place my name was no longer Kiara it was “WET WET.” We still had a few hours left before we needed to head to the airport so we did what I do best, EAT lol. We ended up at Strings Ramen Shop Lakeview. Hands down the best ramen I’ve had and the spicy level was just the way I like it.
Everything about Chicago was EPIC!!! Definitely will be going back!!!
Places to Eat and Drink in the CHI:
P.S : Head over to my tik tok and IG to get reviews on each location.
ATL owes us nothing!!!!! Girls’ Trip 2.0 was AH-MAZING! Before I submerge into the fun, food & drinks…let's get into my outfit!!!!
The beautiful ORANGE, two-piece set from SHEIN was definitely screaming BOSSY. I wore this bomb two-piece to Gocha’s (link below) for brunch and Rooftop LOA (you’ll hear more about this spot as you read).
Fun! Fun! & More Fun!
Day 1: We booked our stay via Airbnb, at a stylish 4-bedroom home in Atlanta, Georgia. The master bedroom was to die for. Luckily, this location was perfect because it was close to all the spots we wanted to go to. Our first night we decided to stay in and enjoy the house because we were going to be hitting them ATL streets after day one. After our grocery store and libations store run (I was able to show off my bartending skills), we hit up SLUTTY VEGAN!!! When I say best vegan burger everrr….no exaggeration. We ended our first night dancing, playing “Never Have I Ever” and taking shots.
Day 2: We heard ATL had the best brunch spots so our first brunch experience was Gocha’s breakfast bar. Let me tell you something *clapping my hands*!!! The food was scrumptious, delectable, piquant and more. The service and drinks were outstanding. After that, we headed over to Rooftop LOA, a rooftop pool with endless views of the city's skyline where you can soak up the sun, swim, and enjoy bites and libations into the night. To our surprise it was their grand opening and we definitely felt like VIPs!!! We purchased two cabanas which came with a glass of complementary bubbly. Later that night we headed to Onyx strip club, by far the worst experience we had the entire trip. The staff was rude from beginning to end, dancers were dry, they didn't open on time and were overly expensive for no reason (WOULD NOT RECOMMEND).
Day 3: Brunch at Garden Parc, ATL’s very own K. Michelle’s restaurant. We love a great aesthetically pleasing venue and Garden Parc was giving vibes. This was a bottomless brunch - small bites were consistently delivered to our table (included in the ticket); however, the drinks were not bottomless. Great vibes, the DJ was on point, and the drinks, food, and service were good.. We ended our last night at SKYLINE PARK. OMG this game park was sooooo much fun!!! The views, games, drinks, DJ, and crowd…everything about this night was EPIC!!! Definitely ended our last night with a bang!
Places to Eat and Drink in ATL:
Denver, Colorado owes me nothing!!!!! I enjoyed Colorado far more than I anticipated. Before we submerge into the fun, food & drinks lets get into my outfit!!!!
The one piece, covered in lemons, is from English Factory. It's absolutely gorgeous and hugged me in all the right places.
This outfit complimented our first adventure. With my love for flowers, it was only fitting to make Denver Botanic Garden our first stop.
Up next was Red Rocks Amphitheater. We went hiking and the views were amazing. The Amphitheater offers Yoga, Film on the rocks, concerts and so much more. While I was there no events were happening however, I did have the opportunity to climb the rocks and walk up the millions of stairs they had lol… Whew, talk about a workout! Definitely worth the sweat!
I am a very spontaneous person so I randomly got a tattoo while in Colorado at Crimson Hilt Tattoo… (shout out to Dan). This was not planned at all.This was so impromptu! I got a rose tatted on my back with my favorite quotes. “Nothing stops you unless you let it” (Picture below in the picture gallery).
Denver is known for their dispensaries, so of course I couldn't leave Denver and not patronize the infamous Denver Kush Club.
Did not think I would be saying this, but babyyyyyy!!!!!!!!! Colorado drinks are “TOP TIER”…..
Places to Eat and Drink in Colorado:
I turned 33 in St. Thomas and babbbbbbbbbbyyyyy St. Thomas owes us nothing!!!!! This girls’ trip was EPIC! Yyasssss my girls met me in St. Thomas for the bday. As soon as we touched down, the St. Thomas experience began to unlock. I was greeted with a HAPPY BIRTHDAY song from the Virgin Islanders (I felt so special). Before I submerge into the fun, food & drinks…let's get into my outfit!!!! The beautiful yellow two-piece set from SHEIN definitely had me giving island vibes.
I wore this chic two-piece to Mafolie (link below) for dinner. This was the only time I was fully clothed. My skin was constantly being kissed by the sun so bathing suits and booty shorts were very necessary.
We stayed at Villa Del Mar, a luxurious 5100 sq. ft. home on the northside of St. Thomas. In addition to speechless views of the Atlantic, the BVI’s and St. John, the main house featured four bedrooms with en-suite baths. You could enjoy the sunrise from the private terrace complimenting each suite. The main terrace with an infinity edge pool was my favorite by far.
First Adventure: Tree Limin' Extreme Zipline. This experience was nothing short of amazing! Soaring through St. Thomas' Caribbean rainforest from 8 aerial platforms with 6 exhilarating ziplines and 2 sky bridges, reaching up to 35 miles per hour…and did I mention that the views were breathtaking!
Up next: St John & Surrounding Cays Full-Day Sail and Snorkel. We spent the day sailing, snorkeling, dancing, drinking and enjoying the views. During our sail we stopped for lunch along the way at a floating taco bar - OMG best tacos I ever had!!!
A lot of our time was spent in our Villa (link above). We cooked, made drinks, did karaoke, laughed, cried, loved on each other and danced the night away. We really enjoyed the pool and created memories that we will never forget. This was my first girls’ trip ever. I was a little skeptical because I have heard some horror stories, but I can honestly say this was by far one of the best trips I've ever experienced. I am looking forward to plenty more with my girls.
Places to Eat and Drink in St. Thomas: I wasn't too thrilled about the food and drinks - overall 7/10
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