Here is a little #TravelTuesday throwback to Thailand, say that 10 times fast. I shot all this video with my handy GoPro and the chest mount. Have you ever had an elephant encounter?
I am so excited I finally got around to going thru our GoPro footage. This is just from the beaches, I still have more to share especially from our day with the elephants in Chaing Mai. Also, editing in the GoPro Quik app is so…well quick! Enjoy a minute of our trip. Would you […]
First, I want to note this was around $1600 per person, this includes everything from our international flight to hotels to food. Second, you can absolutely do Thailand for cheaper. But, this was our first trip to Asia and we were sparing no expense. So many times I hear people say “I can’t afford to […]
The last leg of our Thailand trip was in Krabi, more specifically Railay Beach. Getting there was a trek. We flew in from Chiang Mai on the first flight out. We had to take a car to the pier, then a long tail boat to get to our hotel, Railay Bay Resort and Spa. Railay […]
If you like the outdoors and hipster vibes Chiang Mai is the place for you. We checked into our hotel, the Cozytel Chiang Mai, and let the adventures begin. Here’s our five day guide, hopefully the experiences we had inspire you. Day 1: Cooking Class and Night Bazaar When I started my research for Chiang […]
Day 1: We arrived in Bangkok around 12:30 noon. Upon arrival we go thru customs only, there is no additional security. However, if you have a layover in China, like we did, be careful what you pack. I got our mosquito spray and a bottle of perfume taken away for not being 100ml, they we’re […]
This past May I was lucky enough to go to Paris for two weeks to stay with my boyfriend Henri’s grandparents. This was actually going to be my second time to The City of Lights, my first trip was in 2008 with my aunt, uncle, and cousin. This time I was focused less on the […]
I have always been proud of the fact that I’m of Cuban decent, but the truth is I was born in the United States, as were my parents. What did it really mean to be Cuban? It meant we had our traditions, spoke Spanish as our first language, and ate a lot of picadillo. But, being […]