Lost in LA: Griffith Observatory

Griffith Observatory and downtown LA (February 2021) For locals and visitors alike, one cannot go without visiting the Griffith Observatory at least once in their lifetime. Situated in the north of Los Angeles city, this observatory is perched on top of Mount Hollywood, overlooking all of Los Angeles and its surroundings, from the iconic Hollywood … Continue reading Lost in LA: Griffith Observatory

Lost in LA: Malibu

Malibu Pier (May 2021). When one thinks of Malibu, some words that come to mind might include "beach," "affluent," "secluded." All of them are correct, as this coastal city located at the very north-west corner of Los Angeles County is world-famous for its pristine beaches and multi-million dollar homes along its shores. Locals and tourists … Continue reading Lost in LA: Malibu

Lost in LA: Antelope Valley

Antelope Valley poppy field (April 2020). While discussing what "Los Angeles" is, it is important to distinguish between Los Angeles, the city, and Los Angeles, the county. The city itself is significantly-smaller than the county (503 squared miles vs 4700 squared miles, respectively), and it's mostly concentrated in the county's center. Los Angeles County itself … Continue reading Lost in LA: Antelope Valley

5 Favorite Cafes in Los Angeles

Let me start off by saying that I'm not a huge coffee drinker. In fact, I don't like coffee on its own; I always have to add either milk or creamer to make it tolerable to drink. Hence, to say that I don't like coffee, yet still write about my favorite coffee spots in Los … Continue reading 5 Favorite Cafes in Los Angeles

New Profile Photo (ANNOUNCEMENT)

Hey, folks! Random update, but after almost three years with the same Gravatar profile, I've come around to changing it for a more-recent photo. Granted, I look more-or-less the same since the last one, but I still wanted to bring in something new this time around. This is a photo of me in my dear … Continue reading New Profile Photo (ANNOUNCEMENT)