Last weekend I FINALLY drove out to my twin brother's apartment in the middle of nowhere, PA. Jeffrey moved out about 7 months ago and he usually would come home on weekends because it just made sense - home had his family, friends, basically more than what his little town had to offer. So months went by and I still had not visited. I figured Columbus Day weekend would be the best opportunity for me to spend some quality time with Jeffrey in his neck of the woods.

We didn't have much planned for the weekend and it honestly worked out perfectly. The weekend consisted of coffeeshops, puppies, shopping and even furniture building! The long weekend flew by and we enjoyed each other's company. Jeffrey told me on the last day that it wasn't about where we were, but rather who we were with. When he told me this, it really struck. I mean think about it, it's so true. It didn't matter if we were in the middle of nowhere, we had each other and that was all. LOVE YOU TWINNY! 


Jeffrey and I turned 24 this year and we wanted to celebrate a little differently. Torn between a few cities and attractions, we finally decided to take a brother/sister trip to Page, AZ in the beginning of September 2017! With just a few days, we made the most of our trip and had such an amazing time. That being said, I wanted to share with you what our trip entailed to help better plan your next visit to Page. 

Day 1: 

  • Landed in PHX, rented a car & drove ~277 miles north to our hotel (Best Western Plus at Lake Powell) in Page,AZ. On our way, it was quite scenic - since we were running on our clocks, we took our sweet time to enjoy every bit of our 4hr drive. We even stopped periodically to take some pictures:


  • After such a long drive, we wanted to relax for the rest of the night. We walked out of the hotel to grab some dinner and ended up at a local Thai restaurant which was nothing to rave about (LOL).  

Day 2: Kayaking in Lake Powell

  • Jeffrey had booked one day rentals for our 2 touring single kayaks ($45 each) from HERE. To be honest, I was a bit nervous about the whole experience but once we got in the water, I can't even explain it - it was PURE BLISS. Pictures don't do it justice. Jeffrey and I were out on the Lake for about 4-5hrs enjoying the peace and quiet with the sun beaming. We kayaked about 6 miles and as we kept paddling, the canyons kept getting more narrow - it was SO COOL!  

Once we returned our kayaks, we went back to the hotel to freshen up and grab a bite to eat! The friendly guys at the kayak rental spot recommended El Tapatio for some Mexican food. We walked up the street to the restaurant and ordered HUGE margaritas (which we didn't finish) and enjoyed some Enchiladas as well.  

Day 3: Horseshoe Bend & Lower Antelope Canyon

  • As we were driving to Horseshoe Bend, we saw a sign that directed us to an unknown scenic spot. We took the spontaneous right turn and ended up at Glen Canyon! 
  • After our quick stop at Glen Canyon, we made our way to Horseshoe Bend! It was an easy "hike" (more like a trail) up to the where all the tourists were taking pictures. Although not as daring as some of the tourists we saw taking pictures, we we able to capture a few nice shots of Horseshoe Bend: 
  • One of the biggest attractions & reasons to visit Page, AZ is Antelope Canyon! Jeffrey booked us a tour with Ken's Tour of the Lower Antelope Canyon. We really enjoyed the tour, led by our tour guide, Fern. Once again, the pictures don't do it justice! 

Day 4: 

  • And just like that, our trip came to an end. We returned our rental car & headed back home (eventually)... after a 9hr delay due to operational maintenance with the aircraft, we finally made it home!

We really enjoyed our 1st siblings trip to Page, AZ! Hope this guide was helpful. 

Be sure to let me know in the comments below when your next trip is, your experiences, & all!