Naxos may not have been on your radar, but it should be! It wasn’t on mine, until I found it on some “best places to go in the Cyclades” lists. I knew I wanted to see Paros and Naxos seemed to be a convenient place to stay between Mykonos and Santorini. I honestly wish we […]
When I pictured Greece in my head I was picturing Santorini. And it totally lived up to my imagination. It’s just as picturesque as it is on Instagram and the landscape of the Caldera is like nothing I’ve seen before. It you’re going to Greece, go to Santorini, it’s worth the hype. Day 1 — […]
The first leg of our 10 nights in Greece started in none other than the capital city of Athens. Day One We flew from LAX to Athens, with a quick layover in Paris on AirFrance. After a long travel day we landed in a very hot Athens. Europe had been having unusually warm weather. Most […]
Joshua Tree is just a short car ride away, depending on where you are in SoCal. For us in Los Angeles, it’s only about 2 hours away. This desert national park is great for hiking, rock climbing, and star gazing. We don’t rock climb, but it was neat to see other visitors making their way […]
How am I barely writing about Disneyland? If you know me personally, you know I am a huge Disney fan! I was a Disney annual passholder nearly all my life! I had my quinceañera (the Hispanic equivalent to a sweet sixteen) at Disneyland Hotel. I even worked for The Walt Disney Company as an intern […]
Here’s how we did The Big Apple in a New York minute.
A city with great architecture, food, comedy, and shopping…count me in.
After a long week at work I consider myself lucky that going to the beach on the weekend is an option. We are totally beach bums in my house. I love getting up and going straight to the beach, getting a coffee, or brunch and then reading on the sand. It’s one of my easy […]
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?
The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens is a fun way to spend a sunny afternoon. I had been once before maybe 10 years ago, I didn’t remember how big it was and at that time the Japanese Garden was down for renovations. The Chinese and Japanese gardens were by far my favorite part. […]