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El Cosmico, Marfa Texas

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“Follow Me to El Cosmico”

…A bumper sticker and phrase well known to veteran fans of this magical place.

El Cosmico in West Texas, Marfa to be exact, is an aesthetically appealing hotel-like place for hipsters, artists, travelers, and nomads to stay and tune-out, but still stay close to the land. And it is so unlike any other place. We are talking Tee Pees, Mongolian Yurts, a slew of Caravans, Safari Tents, and even camp grounds on 18 acres of West Texas land.

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Horseshoe Bend, AZ

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Sadly, our Desert Road Trip was coming to an end, but on our last day we went out with a bang. We got to see Horseshoe Bend and take a boat ride through Lake Powell. Arizona really has some of the most beautiful scenery. There is so much more that I need/want/must see.

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Antelope Canyon, Page AZ

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The fourth stop on our Desert Road Trip was to Antelope Canyon in Page Arizona. This place should be on everyone’s bucket list. This slot canyon is only a quarter mile in length but endlessly mesmerizing.

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The Narrows: Zion National Park, UT

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Zion National Park has been on my list for a while now, and the second Owen and I started planning our road trip- adding a trip through Zion was a no-brainer. And once we experienced this magical place, it quickly became one of our most favorite places ever. Ugh, this place. Pictures do it absolutely no justice.

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Tulum, Part 2

Tulum Part 2

Tulum, Part 2

After a few days of lounging around and getting well acquainted with our surroundings, the second part of our trip was a little more action packed. Since I’m a research freak we a had to-do list with several restaurants and shops we wanted to hit up, and a few activities that were a must on our list.
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Tulum, Part 1

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How to describe Tulum in one word? AMAZING. I’ve been to a few places in Mexico over the years, and this places takes the cake, hands-down. The beaches, the jungle, the hotels, the people, the restaurants all so ‘amazing’.

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