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Royal Lahaina Resort, Kaanapali, Maui

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Disclosure: Sponsored Post — Our stay was compliments of the Kaanapali Beach Association and the Royal Lahaina Resort. Views and opinions are my own, all other expenses were my own. Please review the Policy & Disclosure section for further information.

A recap of my time at the Royal Lahaina Resort, Kaanapali, Maui during a girls getaway with my sister in October of 2017. This 27-acre resort has it all, but the beach access and views can’t be beat!

Best Maui Hikes: Waihee Ridge Trail

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Best Maui Hikes: Waihee Ridge Trail. A 5-mile round trip trail (8km) that ascends 1,500 ft (457m) through a lush forest with views of Maui’s north coast and distant West Maui Forest Reserve waterfalls.

Hyatt Regency Maui Resort and Spa in Kaanapali

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Disclosure: Sponsored Post — Views are my own. This post is published in partnership with the Kaanapali Beach Resort Association. Please review the Policy & Disclosure section for further information.

A few things I enjoyed the most about staying at the Hyatt Regency Maui Resort & Spa, along Kaanapali Beach, while on a girls getaway with my sister in October

Visiting the Canadian Parliament Buildings in Ottawa

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We sat in the shade of the East Block on a warm August morning in Ottawa. The capital’s Carillon played America the Beautiful as a part of an “Unofficial Anthems” song selection, after Jamaica Farewell and before the AfricAcadian anthem, Oh, Freedom. The daily carillon program is just one of many aspects of visiting the […]

Where to Eat and Drink in Kelowna

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Contributor Steffani Cameron explores “Where to Eat and Drink in Kelowna”, from brunch and the Farmers Market to fries, marrow, cheeses, distilled spirits, beer, and of course wine in this Okanagan hub.

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Steffani Cameron is a professional writer living and working in Victoria, BC. The recovering nomad travelled 25 countries in 4 years, with lodgings of every kind from caves to sleeping under the stars. Today, she enjoys the quiet seaside life in BC's capital, where she writes client-facing copy for companies with philanthropic programs, in between photo walks and cooking tasty things. Read more from Steffani on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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