After about a thirty minute ferry ride from downtown Portland, Maine, with the sunshine on your back, the coastal Maine breeze on your face, Casco Bay’s sparkling waters, and the smell of salt in the air, you will arrive at Great Diamond Island. Still considered Portland, Maine, yet seemingly a world away. Aside from seeing the amount of locals you could count on two hands, it feels like your own private island. After getting off the boat with your things in tow, a six-person golf cart and a bellman await your arrival to drive you to the Inn at Diamond Cove. As you sail up and down the roads on your way to the inn, you can’t help but think that adventure awaits (and like you’re in a real life game of Mario Kart)!
Charleston, South Carolina. Arguably, one of the most charming cities in the world. Pastel colored buildings line the streets, while friendly faces smile and say “hello” as you walk by. Brimming with development, yet historic at the same time. A booming restaurant scene, and the ocean as your backdrop. What more does one need in […]
About eighty miles northeast of Portland, Maine, through the scenic, coastal views of Rt. 1, and beyond the numerous lobster shacks and the miles, upon miles of pine forest that makeup the Midcoast region, lies the town of Rockland, Maine. A quintessential fishing town and the lobster capital of the world woven together with one […]
There’s something so rare and special about a place you visit that you fall in love with so much, that you spend your days there wondering what it would be like to pull off an incredible move to that spot. This is what San Francisco was like for me. With the beautiful ocean views, incredible […]