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5 10, 2019

Escape to European Vibes in Ktown: Caffe Concerto

By | October 5th, 2019|Categories: Los Angeles|Tags: , |

There are not too many restaurants that "have it all". It is typically better to focus on a few good dishes and have one concept than to try to do too many. However with the case of Caffe Concerto in Los Angeles' Korea Town, it some how gets it all right: the food, ambiance, service, [...]

3 10, 2019

3 Days in Boston: What to Do and Eat

By | October 3rd, 2019|Categories: US|Tags: |

The gorgeous city of Boston, Massachusetts is home to some of America’s most historical landmarks, ballparks, stunning parks, museums and some of the best seafood in the region. Boston has also become a very popular city for Business and Special Interest Conventions. Just this year, I attended TravelCon back in June and will be attending [...]

16 09, 2019

2 Day Grand Canyon Antelope Canyon Tour

By | September 16th, 2019|Categories: US|Tags: , |

I recently went on a “2 Day Grand Canyon Antelope Canyon Tour” from Las Vegas through Max Tour. We visited the American Southwest's most scenic and classic spots including Horseshoe Bend, Route 66 and Hoover Dam. And enjoyed two days basking in nature’s glory and adventure. 2 Day Grand Canyon Antelope Canyon Tour I opted for [...]

30 08, 2019

A Pork Lover’s Paradise: Porkfolio Korean BBQ in Arcadia

By | August 30th, 2019|Categories: Los Angeles|Tags: |

When many think of authentic Korean BBQ in Los Angeles, their minds go automatically to the Koreatown restaurants. But the San Gabriel Valley has been catching up in recent years. With SGV winning in the realm of Taiwanese and Chinese cuisine for the past 4 decades, a few quality Korean BBQ restaurants have been able [...]

19 08, 2019

Flora and Bast CBD: Better Sleep & Skin

By | August 19th, 2019|Categories: Los Angeles|Tags: |

Choosing the jet setter life means breaking free from old habits and restructuring your life to make space for the things that simplify routines. The combination of an unbalanced diet and constant travel can take a huge toll on one's body, through poor sleep, affecting the skin and overall health. It's not easy to have balanced meals [...]

16 08, 2019

Best Personal Alarm Keychain: The Chary 🚨

By | August 16th, 2019|Categories: US|Tags: , , , |

Solo travel is addicting, fun and liberating. As cliche as it sounds, these moments become defining points in your life. You get to learn about yourself and also meet people with different global perspectives. But traveling abroad, or even roaming around in your own neighborhood alone can come with danger risks. As females, we need to worry about [...]

3 06, 2019

Escaping to Moab Valley via E-Bike Tour Adventures

By | June 3rd, 2019|Categories: US|Tags: , , |

Biking tours are one of my favorite ways to explore a new destination. It allows you the flexibility, the freedom and the opportunity to cover distances while out in the open. Most especially when this new unique destination is out in the vast wilderness. With covering longer distances obviously comes with challenges, especially if you're [...]

24 04, 2019

Neococo Empowers & Employs Refugee Women

By | April 24th, 2019|Categories: Central America, India, Los Angeles, Middle East|Tags: , |

Late last year, I had the fateful opportunity to meet the lovely Amrita Thadani over some Rosé on a Friday Jazz night at LACMA. Amrita is the founder of an ethical, fair trade and locally branded clothing company which employs refugee women and women of domestic violence. Neococo was founded in Fall 2017 as a [...]

20 04, 2019

12 Savvy Finance Tips So You Can Travel More

By | April 20th, 2019|Categories: US|Tags: , |

Building "financial wealth" may be one of the most pondered about topics in the world. For some, it's an everlasting mystery tied in with a life of struggle. For others, it's an addicting and fascinating game. In this post, I share ideas on how to save money and build wealth with 12 savvy finance tips so [...]

27 03, 2019

Should Travel Bloggers “Get Political”?

By | March 27th, 2019|Categories: Cambodia, Cuba, Laos, Lebanon, Myanmar (Burma), Southeast Asia, US, Vietnam|Tags: , , |

Should Travel Bloggers "get political" on their Travel and Social Media posts? Should writers, influencers, celebrities, doctors or teachers? Frankly, I think this is a silly, even stupid question. To be candid, I'm not one that necessarily believes that there are no 'stupid questions' in life. But I'm here to answer why I think that [...]