Activity: Wind N Sea Beach /// Location: La Jolla, CA 

Back pack c/o: Designer Whey
Tank top c/o: Indy Brand Clothing
Pom Pom shorts: Serei Clothing
Head band: Fabric Wraps
Jewelry c/o: Seamaid Market

Wind N Sea beach has been on my bucket list to visit in San Diego ever since I moved here. I've heard it's the closest thing to Hawaii I can find in these parts, so you better believe I've been dying to go. Unfortunately this past Saturday the weather decided to be gloomy, windy, and grey making it for a chilly beach day. You know the kind where you don't dare take off your cover up and just want to bundle up in your towel for warmth! Although, I was still able to enjoy the beautiful aqua waters with an actual wave and shore break to play in that made me feel like I was in Hawaii again. They have an actual reef break, not just sand so that makes it a little unique. Just an FYI, I've seen pictures of this beach on warm and sunny days and its even more dreamy than this. The water gets so clear and aqua so I can't wait to do round two on a sunny day!



Nothing says summer like ice-cream melting down your wrist.
For about a buck you get one giant scoop, but lick it up fast because the heat might beat you to it!


We met Lisa when we were on the Doctors TV Show! She was my (Kylie) colorist and did an amazing job! We spent a good 10 hours together for the hair transformation color process on day one, and even more later on - so we got to know each other pretty well. Lisa is such a bright, fun, bubbly, gorgeous woman with high spirits and a contagiously happy demeanor! We loved this girl right away. After spending a ton of time in the sink and trying not to let the ever-so-lovely blowouts put me to sleep, I learned about her life and the fact that she was an LA Lakers girl and is also a vagabond. She travels the world and does fun and adventurous things, and we connected right away! Lisa recently took a trip to New Zealand's North Island and she is here today to share some photos and details about her trip! 
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Piha Beach with Black Volcanic Sand. Lion Rock in the background. 
One of the most beautiful beaches I have seen. 
 Climb up Lion Rock and take in the view of Piha Beach below. 
Cathedral Cove in Coromandel Pennisula. 
You can only get here by hiking, so be warn. It's worth the effort. 
Once you arrive you can you land on one part of the beach turn to the left and there is the Cathedral Cove! Walking through is unbelievable. Tip: go when the sun is high and bright. Makes for better picture taking...This is also a film site for Chronicles of Narnia!

Driving on a Geothermal Highway through Rotorua, we came across a foggy portion of the highway. Fog? Nope! The steam from geothermal sites rising into the air. This is a large mud pool (free to visit).
We stopped at Wai-O-Tapu Geothermal Wonderland. 
The "Champagne Pool" inside Wai-o-Tapu Geothermal Wonderland(admission required).
Driving down through Taupo you must stop and witness the turbulent and powerful Huka Falls. The water is like no other fall I have ever set eyes on. The aqua made it seem unreal. 
Adventurous? Check out Waitomo Caves. I unfortunately was not allowed to take my camera into the caves nor did I pay for the pics the guide took :-/ buuuuut you get to climb down into this underground cave to the river. Scale the (small)rocks, jump (smallish)waterfalls, see and learn about glow worms. Pretty fun stuff! 
Waiheke island. An island full of wonderful vineyards/wineries. We had some of the best wines there. If the wineries aren't where you want to go on Waiheke Island, stop by The Cove for a bite, beer and they also carry the local wines from the island!


watch this video for details on a fabulous hike in nicaragua. if you're planning to visit the magical island of isla de ometepe and feel up for a jungle hike to a rad waterfall, check out volcan maderas. just a short trek in the jungle and you'll find yourself at the foot of san ramon waterfall. 


Granada is brimming with food stalls and shops to collect souvenirs for friends and family back home. Many of Nicaragua's restaurants and eateries are stocked with local food, as they support farm to table sustainability of local growers and producers. Be sure to stop by the chocolate museum and visit Pulsera for tons of bracelets and loot to choose from that supports a good cause. 


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Rich in colonial heritage, Granada is one of Nicaragua's most important cities bordering the largest lake in Central America, Lake Nicaragua. The streets in Granada are super narrow, often times only allowing one-way traffic. Calle le Calzada is the main drag in the city spread with various cuisine options and friendly hostels and places to stay. There's a lively crowd here at night - so if you're looking for entertainment and a place to stay up late and party, then this is a great place to visit. The colors alone are reason enough to come to this beautiful city. 


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