Review: A day with Holo Holo Maui Tours

holo holo maui tours

With half a day left to explore Maui, I didn’t waste any time connecting with Jasmine from Holo Holo Maui Tours for some sightseeing with a local. There really isn’t anything better than going with someone that knows the secrets of their home and happily shows it to you. Upon meeting Jasmine, I knew immediately […]

Travel to Portland: Beer, Bridges, and the Weird

Travel to Portland: Beer, Bridges, and the Weird

Travel to Portland… Travel to Portland..a place full of beer, bridges, and the weird. I was lucky enough not to visit Portland just once this year but twice! First was a short weekend – less than 36 hours for a writing class and the second was for a full week with Will from Hawaii who’s […]

Buying weed and smoking in Amsterdam

Buying weed and smoking in Amsterdam

Want to know what it’s like buying weed and smoking in Amsterdam? One of the biggest reasons to visit Amsterdam is their infamous “coffee shops” and red light district. So, the million dollar question is: what is it like buying weed and smoking in Amsterdam?? How do you buy some cannabis and what’s the etiquette […]

BlogHouse Milwaukee

bloghouse milwaukee

Woo hoo for 2015’s BlogHouse Milwaukee!! What is BlogHouse? BlogHouse is a mini workshop taught by top tier bloggers at Navigate Media Group to up & coming bloggers with a lot of sass and spunk to grow. They teach + talk & mentor about blogging and more specifically – travel & food blogging. I’m very […]

A day at the North Shore in Hawaii

A day at the North Shore in Hawaii

I know. I’m a horrible wannabe travel blogger when this is the longest I’ve gone without an update. Apologies but Hawaii has kept me so busy! I had my cousin’s wedding, not to mention work, hiking at sunrise, shark cage diving, meeting other digital nomads,  and suntanning at the beach. So if you’re on Oahu, […]

Top 5 cool & quirky things to do in Brooklyn

top five weird and quirky things to do in brooklyn

What are the top 5 cool & quirky things to do in Brooklyn? (Besides wandering around looking at all the kick ass street art?) Brooklyn is vast and while I stayed in the middle of downtown at the Nu Hotel, it was Williamsburg and Bushwick that was fun + funky. Without further ado, here are […]

Finding street art in Brooklyn – Williamsburg + Bushwick

**Note: This post is graphic-intensive so it may take awhile to load*** New York City is like the mecca of graffiti and street art so when I booked my trip to Brooklyn, the #1 thing on my to-do list was to find and explore the street art around the underrated sister of Manhattan – Brooklyn. […]

Tips on going to a Nationals game in Washington DC

nationals game

Going to a Nationals game in Washington DC is something I LOVE to do when the weather gets nice! If you’re a tourist or a local that’s never been, I totally recommend going to a Nationals game a least once (at Nationals Park). Yes, yes you must – if only for the drinking. Seriously. I’ve been […]

Don’t miss Ramla Bay and Salt Pans of Gozo Island

Discovering Ramla Bay and Salt Pans of Gozo Island…also known as Calypso’s mythical island Gozo Island is a sleepy little island but really holds a barrage of secret treasures waiting to be discovered. + Greek history lesson: Gozo Island is associated with Ogy the island home of the nymph Calypso in Homer’s Odysseus. She holds him captive […]

Magical Malta: Visiting Valletta

VISITING VALLETTA (nicknamed Superbissima — Most Proud) + Capital of Malta. A UNESCO World Heritage Site. You’re such a quaint OLD city and essentially Baroque in style and character. Survived WWII and rising from the ashes. Magical Malta I call the island. I like how it uses the grid system so the streets are easy to navigate since I have […]

Greece: Serene in Santorini

Santorini Information: Ferry website: Hellenic Seaways @ Hotel: Homeric Poems @ After three days of non-stop partying & drinking at Mykonos, Santorini  was our next stop on our all girls Greece trip and it was much needed. We took the ferry from Mykonos to Santorini using Hellenic Seaways. The ferry ride was definitely not as […]