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We Are Lovicarious
We are Scott and Cecilia, two lovebirds on a mission for Adventure.
Our pursuit of new experiences has introduced us to amazing people, incredible foods, unique accommodations around the world, and some of the most thrilling experiences we could have ever dreamed of. It is our hope that our stories inspire you to approach the world with a lens of curiosity and enthusiasm, ultimately inspiring you to discover your own great adventures.
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Villa Amor: An Eclectic Getaway Along The Riviera Nayarit
One of our favorite things about Villa Amor is its natural beauty. The villas are built into the jungle to compliment the already existing flora and wildlife. Villa Amor feels like stepping into a mansion that has been carved out of the paradise.
How to Have a Fun and Sustainable Sloth Encounter in Costa Rica
If you’re in Costa Rica, and you want an up-close experience with an adorable little sloth, there are a number of rescues and sanctuaries which specialize in the rehabilitation and release of sloths. We had the pleasure of visiting the furry inhabitants of the Toucan Rescue Ranch.
Primitive Camping in Sky Meadows State park
The thirst for adventure is strong, and we quenched it with some good old-fashioned Primitive Camping (although with admittedly modern conveniences). Here is our “nice little review” of Sky Meadows State Park in Delaplane, located a quick hop-skip-and-a-jump from Washington, DC.
Smith Island: Maryland's Disappearing Island
We spent three days on Smith Island, an archipelago accessible only by boat, where life comes and goes with the rising tides of the Chesapeake. During our time there we had the opportunity to speak with watermen, innkeepers, and island women who would bake Smith Island cakes, the official dessert of Maryland.
Green Bank, WV: 24-Hours in a Radio Dead-Zone
Green Bank is home to the National Radio Astronomy Observatory, home to the world’s largest steerable radio telescope. Scientists from all over the world (including Scott when he was a undergraduate student) have traveled to this exact location to record data and study the universe.
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The city of Richmond has no shortage of things to do. A “mish-mash” of new-world mixed with old-world makes for an exciting destination where you can find an array of activities from the historical and educational to the artistic and artisanal.
Sampling street food is an integral part of world travel. We've consulted the experts to determine 10 of the best street foods around the world to add to your bucket list.
On our most recent trip to Mexico we had the opportunity to explore Sayulita, a small town known for its color, vibrant culture, and simple charm. It is no wonder why Sayulita left us absolutely captivated.
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A blast of trumpets interrupts the crowd wandering about the castle. “Hear Ye, Hear Ye! You have been summoned to attend the Queen’s feast and royal joust.” We skip dinner-and-a-movie, and instead opt for dinner-and-a-tournament at Medieval Times!
Who says rain has to wash out your perfect plans for a romantic date. Get creative and make an adventure out of it. Here we will share some of our tried and true indoor rainy day dates, some of which I can guarantee you haven’t seen yet in your google search!
Animal-loving yogis rejoice, goat yoga has finally landed in southern Virginia. The owners of Autumn Ridge Cottages in Lexington, have begun offering this uniquely enjoyable experience to the community.
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Having attended two Dîner en Blanc events in Washington DC, we are here to share with you some helpful information and tips we have learned along the way.
We've been steadily downsizing our living space for the past several years. Losing more than half of our living space has caused us to make some adjustments in our relationship.
As someone who has traveled substantially as a solo female, and now together with my hubby, I am here to share some of the “pros” of each traveling style.