Rainbow Mountain with Flashpackers Connect – A Review

rainbow mountain with flashpackers connect

Hiking Rainbow Mountain or Viniacunca Viniacunca (Seven colored mountain) or rainbow mountain is a mountain outside of Cusco near the Ausangate. Rainbow Mountain was discovered in 2015 because until recently, a thick layer of ice and snow covered the mountain. As temperatures rose, the snow and ice melted and revealed thick stripes of mineral deposits painted […]

Ride an open door Jack Harter Helicopter Tours in Hawaii

Jack Harter Helicopter Tours

If you’ve never been on an open-door helicopter ride, you MUST DO so. With Jack Harter Helicopter Tours. Specifically – on the island of Kauai in Hawaii. SERIOUSLY. I thought about going on a helicopter ride in Kauai when a friend told me about Jack Harter helicopter tours. It’s a helicopter ride but with the doors OFF. […]

Review Hike Maui Tours: A day chasing waterfalls

waterfalls with hike maui

If you’re into hiking like I am, you’re going to love going this post: Review Hike Maui Tours. Hike Maui Tours offers a few different hikes & packages (some include zip lining for example).  I ended up choosing the East Waterfalls hike – their most popular one on the Hike Maui Tour website. Making reservations […]

Working at SunDesk in Taghazout, Morocco

Making magic and working at SunDesk in Taghazout, Morocco

SunDesk in Taghazout in Morocco For almost a month, I was living and working at SunDesk in Taghazout in Morocco. While Morocco is an “open Muslim” country, you still can’t purchase alcohol in small villages and towns. Taghazout is a dry village so when you’re leaving the airport at Agadir, make a pit stop and stock up! […]

Gratitude. Thank you. With all love – from Morocco

I am writing from lovely sunny Morocco as Thanksgiving is just around the corner. Specifically, I have been living at a co-living/co-working space of a place called Sundesk. It’s located in a tiny fishing village called Taghazout – quite world famous for it’s surfing spots actually. It really IS tiny – with one main road […]

Eating Amsterdam Tours Review: Twilight De Pijp Tour

eating amsterdam tours review

Eating Amsterdam Tours Review: Twilight De Pijp Food Tour If you know me, you know I cannot visit a city without experiencing a food tour of some kind! In Amsterdam, I linked up with Eating Amsterdam Tours to experience and do a review. I decided upon the Twilight De Pijp tour (out of the three offered). The Twilight […]

Explore Portland’s Food Carts with EAT ADVENTURES

eat adventures in portland

Portland is such a foodie city that I absolutely had to do a  (Portland Eat Adventures) food tour during my visit and not only that, but a food cart tour since Portland is the birthplace of food carts with over 700 currently existing. I paired up with local tour company Eat Adventures Food Tours to enjoy […]

Portugal: Visiting Grapes and Bites WineHouse in Lisbon

Wine at Grapes and Bites Wine House

When I was in Lisbon, I came upon Grapes and Bites WineHouse…it was so awesome that I ended up going twice. Tucked away at Rua do Norte 81-83 in trendy Bairro Alto, this small restaurant and wine house offers delicious food, an extensive range of amazing wines, attentive service and fabulous live music with a boisterous crowd. […]

Unique perspective: Being an Asian American female around foreigners in Thailand

Unique Perspective: asian american female around foreigners in thailand

After being in Thailand for a month, there have been some things I’ve experienced as a female and more specifically, an Asian American female. I love Thailand – the country, the people. They are kind, warm, and generous. It’s no wonder they’re always at the top of the list for hospitality when it comes to visitors. […]

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 […]

Isn’t traveling alone lonely?

A lot of people are flabbergasted when they discover I adventure solo on some of my trips.”Why?!,” they sputter. One friend even declared, “Stop being weird.” Why not? is my usual response. Isn’t traveling alone lonely? This sounds totally cliche and overused but loneliness really is a state of mind. Yes, I’m alone but I’m […]