Sometimes when I travel I feel like I am having life defining moments. I can feel things changing inside of me and also in the world. I went to Capetown just before major bombshells were dropped in my life and now I can see how much certain things meant. Continue reading Elephant Tattoos in Capetown
In retrospect I could have just lived in Savannah. Not continued the trip , moved into a moss covered house and enjoyed Leopold’s ice cream every day. However it was a mere 24 hours I spent in this lovely city. Continue reading 24 hours in Savannah, GA
Manila is a crowed, busy city. It is dirty and energetic. It is poor and rich. It is old and it is brand spanking new. It is a contradiction with in itself. I enjoyed every minute I spent there.
There are so many things to do in this city. Here is a list of my favorite things I did. Continue reading Top 6 Things in Manila
I read a post by a blogger, who shall remain nameless, about how awful Oslo was. I was intrigued as I was planning to go after TBEX Stockholm. The article was…atrocious. It was as if she had never been to a big city with varied groups of people. Regardless of how awful I thought the article was I also did not know what to expect when I arrived. Continue reading Why You Should go to Oslo, Norway
Denver is the biggest city in Colorado. It has a population of about 500k. I rolled into “The Mile High City” in the late afternoon on a Friday and had until Sunday morning to explore the city. How do you roll it all into barely 36 hours? I am here to help you. Continue reading How to Spend 36 Hours in Denver
New Orleans is widely known for Bourbon Street. The loud party district that is pedestrian only and you can drink on the streets. It is a sight to be seen but if you’ve seen one party street you’ve seen them all. There is so much more to this beautiful city then drunk party girls. Continue reading NOLA : The Garden District
If you didn’t know, Savannah holds the tittle for the most haunted city in the United States. They stole the coveted title from New Orleans, now second. Continue reading Haunted Savannah with Patrick Burns
Food is my favorite part of any trip. I willingly eat my way thru any country I am in.
Puerto Rico proved to be a great eating vacation and it all started with a food tour of Old San Juan.
Flavors of San Juan Food and Culture Tours invited me along on a beautiful sunny day in December for some culinary magic. Continue reading Flavors of San Juan
I am so backed up on Thailand posts that I forgot all about the posts I wanted to do about Portland. I love doing my round up posts on my favorite things about each city I go to.
I loved everything about Portland. It was the first time I went to another city in the US and thought ” I could live here forever”. Unfortunately I have fastened roots to NY. Don’t get me wrong I love living on Long Island. It is the best of everything, the beach, the city, suburbia…but Portland is such a cool city. Continue reading 7 Favorite Things About Portland
This year has flown by. Looking ahead I see the same thing happening again. I both love and hate it. It is exhilarating to have so much to look forward to but also makes you want to be able to reach out and hold onto something. Continue reading 2015: End of the Year Travel Recap