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Kara Cremer



About Me

I grew up in rural Michigan, and have called Boston home for 6 years. I love to travel, and some highlights of trips include Japan, Brazil, Honduras, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, and a summer-long road trip across the U.S. My friends and family call me a free spirit, and my wanderlust is constant. Always looking for the next adventure!

“The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.” St. Augustine

"Travel is the only thing that makes you richer"

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ABoston: Day hikes and weekend get aways from Boston?

About 2 hours outside of Boston you can hike Mt Monadnock​. Until recently, it was the most hiked mountain in the world. There are trails for all difficulty levels, and the view it beautiful. If you want to stay closer to Boston, take a ferry out to Peddocks... See More

ASedona: What's a good place to stay for a romantic weekend getaway in Sedona?

If you are looking for an alternative option to the resorts in Sedona, I would highly recommend looking into Vacation Rentals by Owner (VRBO). The are homes and apartments that owners rent out, and many of them are outfitted for romantic getaways. You can choose your price... See More

ABeautiful low cost place with great Internet?

 I would highly recommend Ecuador​. If you are looking more for the mountain experience and an urban environment, then Quito​ or nearby Cumbaya​ are both very affordable areas with the conveniences of the modernization... See More

ABoston: Boston area hotels close to the T ?

I would recommend Courtyard Marriott Brookline, ​ which is at 40 Webster St, Brookline, MA 02446 right outside of the Fenway/Kenmore area and on the green line T. Lots of shops and restaurants in Coolidge Corner​ to explore, and a quick ride downtown!... See More

AFlagstaff: Best Ideas for Two Days In Flagstaff/Sedona?

I highly recommend heading to Sedona! Truly one of the most beautiful place I have ever visited. There are endless options for trails and hiking, and lots of off-the-map ruins to be found if you explore some of the canyons. My favorites were Cathedral Rock Trail​,... See More

ABoston: How to dress for the snow in Boston and what to do in the cold weather

Boston is great anytime of the year! The museum of science is also a fun spot if you want to get out of the cold for a while. If they are running, I personally think it is worth paying for the guided freedom trail. I've done it both ways with visitors, and you definitely... See More

ASedona: What are must-dos in Sedona, Arizona?

If you enjoy hiking, there are no shortages of beautiful destinations! Some of my favorites were Devil's Bridge Trail​ which leads to a beautiful natural bridge (see attached photo) as well as Fay Canyon Trail​. I would also highly... See More

QSedona: Best hikes and natural swimming holes

I am traveling to Sedona, AZ for the first time next week, and would love some insider advice. I am looking to spend most of my time outside (no shopping/restaurants) hiking and exploring, and would love suggestions for less-traveled hiking trails and lakes/streams/rivers... See More

ABoston: Best way to get to downtown Boston from Logan Airport

Silver Line (SL1) takes you directly to Boston South Station​, which is very close to downtown. Cab would be $20-$30. See More

ABaños: Single woman retiring in Banos?

Hi Jamie, I lived in Quito​, Ecuador for 4 1/2 months a few years ago, and visited Banos a number of times when I was there. Banos was one of the places (of the many I visited) that I felt safest. It is a fairly small community, and all of the locals... See More

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