72 Hours in Warsaw: Things to See and Do

Colorful Old Town in Warsaw (April 2017). When it comes to traveling, some of us might not have the luxury of spending many days in one place. Whether it’s due to rushed planning or limited vacation time off from work, it can be hectic trying to research and cram in as much as possible into … Continue reading 72 Hours in Warsaw: Things to See and Do

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

Hometown Challenge: My Favorite Photos of Los Angeles

Earlier this month, Jess from I've Bean Travelling did a photo challenge in which she shared her favorite photos of her hometown, Toronto. Inspired by this simple, yet poignant idea of showcasing one's home city, I've decided to go ahead and do one of my own, Los Angeles. I was born and raised in the … Continue reading Hometown Challenge: My Favorite Photos of Los Angeles

Lost in LA: West Los Angeles (PART 2)

Venice Beach, California (January 2020). Over two years have passed since I last wrote about West LA. I had discussed the neighborhoods of Westwood, Beverly Hills, Santa Monica, and the Pacific Palisades, as I had gone to those places during my time as a college student. Since then, I hadn't really returned to explore more … Continue reading Lost in LA: West Los Angeles (PART 2)

Destination: Auvers-sur-Oise, France

Wheat fields in Auvers-sur-Oise (July 2019). Situated some 27 kilometres (17 miles) northwest of Paris, the small town of Auvers-sur-Oise has a rich history of artists who have lived and painted there. It is most-synonymous with that of Vincent van Gogh, who spent the last few months of his life residing in town, and tourists … Continue reading Destination: Auvers-sur-Oise, France