6 hours via bus, I ended up at Cienfuegos. Cienfuegos was the only city colonized by the French and their influence can be seen in the architecture. Relatively walkable and small city, it was entirely different coming from Havana. Cienfuegos was beautiful and relaxing. Like super relaxing and super chill. The hustle and bustle of … Continue reading Cienfuegos, Cuba
Classic cars! Mojitos! Ernest Hemmingway! Daiquiris! Havana Nights! Salsa! Live Music! Havana is everything I imagined it to be. As soon as I stepped out of the airport, it felt something like a Miami Vice movie. After the excitement of stepping into the 1950s, Havana is like every other city. Every city there is the … Continue reading Havana, Cuba
When President Obama lifted the traveling restrictions to Cuba for US citizens, I needed to go!! Especially before Starbucks and McDonald's take over and "Americanized" it. Sad but true. Overall my experience of Cuba was great. It felt like I went back in time. From the city to even the countryside. It is … Continue reading Cuba!
When I met Eva, neither of our traveling game was strong. Somehow our separate paths in life got us connected again through the love of travel. Although new to the traveling game, Eva has done her fair share of traveling including living six months in Argentina ( living outside of the US for a period … Continue reading Feature: Eva
I love love love meeting people that have the same passion for traveling. I can talk for hours trading stories and tips of countries we visited. So what not share some of the stories/experiences of other travelers? I met Farrin a couple years back and started social media stalking her. Why? Instagram … Continue reading Travel Blogger Feature: Farrin
How a layover in Seoul had me down the rabbit hole
When a muggle gets to experience the wizard world.
If I was part of "The Amazing Race" cast and if was anything like the journey getting Boracay that I had, I am good. I don’t need that in my life. It could be because I didn't take a “real” rest breaks coming from the United States to Southeast Asia. It could be the 20 … Continue reading The AMAZING Race to Boracay
Not an actual physical fight but a boodle fight.
The smell hit me like a Pepe Le Pew. I was confused because I know of this smell but being that is a tourist island, I didn't think this fruit would exist. Following my nose, I ended up at a fruit stand where behold.... Durian! This large, husky, spiky yellowish brown in color is known … Continue reading Smells like…