Mexico · North America · Travel

Flashback Friday: Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

LA has been weirdly gloomy the past two weeks, which makes me miss the sunshine we enjoyed at Cabo San Lucas back in January even more. We chose to stay in San Jose del Cabo as we heard it is a quieter and more authentic. The town is known for its art galleries and local craft shops.… Continue reading Flashback Friday: Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

Domestic Travel · Portland, Oregon · Travel

Where to Eat in Portland, Oregon

Portland, Oregon is a great place to visit on a long weekend. Other than the city’s eco-friendly values and impressive public transportation system, what really stood out was its food scene. Portland is well-known for its donuts, amazing coffee, and of course, the food trucks. Read on to find out where to eat in this wonderfully hippy… Continue reading Where to Eat in Portland, Oregon

Domestic Travel · New Orleans · North America · Travel

6 Days in New Orleans

New Orleans is famous for its “Laissez les bons temps rouler! (Let the good times roll!)” attitude towards life. It was one of my favorite trips we took last year, strolling through streets with amazing jazz performances and eating our fill of jambalaya and beignets. Below is a sample itinerary for 6 days in NoLa. DAY 1… Continue reading 6 Days in New Orleans

Domestic Travel · New Orleans · Travel

New Orleans Guide

New Orleans has been on my travel list for a very long time. I’ve been drawn to the city by its history, food, music and culture (okay, my child-like curiosity about the city’s rich tradition of witchcraft, voodoo and ghost stories contributed a little. Or a lot.) Below is my guide to highlights of the Big Easy. *NOLA is nicknamed the… Continue reading New Orleans Guide