The Pacific Coast Highway in California, from San Francisco back to Orange County.
I moved to California for the sun, but I miss the trees of Washington every single day.
Even behind a gas station, there is a beautiful landscape.
Iceland is the one place I visited where I absolutely did not want to go home. I feel like on almost every trip you’re on, at some point you look forward to going home. I think I can say that it is the one place I wasn’t ready to leave when my trip was coming… Continue reading Inspired by Iceland
Something breath-taking that I was able to photograph on my trip to Japan last year, the Daibutsu or “giant Buddha” at Kōtoku-in in Kamakura. It was so spiritual and so serene to be in the presence of a daibutsu, this large of a scale. It was an unexpected, yet truly memorable part of my trip. Kamakura… Continue reading The Great Buddha
Read the article Why You Should Travel Young. It’s written well and inspiring! I got hooked when Jeff Goins wrote: One of the young women brought up a question. “Do you think I should go to graduate school or move to Africa?” I don’t think she was talking to me. In fact, I’m pretty sure she… Continue reading “I will always be an adventurer”
One thing’s for sure, I love food, but I do not agree with the mass production that is ever-so-present in our food industry. Although I haven’t been able to go back onto the pescatarian diet I once lived (I fell completely off that boat on a trip to the east coast; In Philly, I needed… Continue reading Consumerism.
Sometimes I wish I could have the wardrobe of others, but then I realize that I EAT all my money away. The perfect flavors upon my palette bring on a better experience for me to enjoy than the perfect outfit. Maybe if I was frugal enough with my eating habits too, I would have been… Continue reading Travel Through Food
With the destination set to San Francisco, “What food shall I eat?” was the top priority on my mind. My sister threw out a place she saw on Food Network that had beignets, Brenda’s French Soul Food. I immediately googled this restaurant and with 4 stars and over 4000 reviews on Yelp, I figured it… Continue reading French Soul Food.
Had to drop a friend off in the early morning hours at the Long Beach Airport. It was so early that Roscoe’s House of Chicken and Waffles wasn’t even open yet, so I decided to kill some time by heading to Redondo Beach. When I moved to California, I thought I would finally be able… Continue reading Salty Air, Chicken & Waffles.