Lost in LA: The Getty Villa

Outer peristyle (August 2022) While driving the famed Highway 1 in California, one cannot leave Los Angeles without paying a visit to the Getty Villa. Nestled just at the border of Malibu in the Pacific Palisades, the Getty Villa is a hidden, yet not-so-hidden gem to check out for its vast collection of Greek and … Continue reading Lost in LA: The Getty Villa

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Lost in LA: Long Beach

Near Belmont Shore (July 2020) Home to over 460,000 residents, the city of Long Beach is one of the largest cities in Los Angeles, if not in the entire state of California. This coastal city is located at the very southeast end of Los Angeles County, right at the border with Orange County. Its blend … Continue reading Lost in LA: Long Beach

Travel Challenge– THE RESULTS

Hey, folks! All the way back in December 2020, I was tagged by the lovely Anita from 100 Country Trek to participate in the "Travel Challenge," in which one posts one photo every day for 10 days, sans caption, to have bloggers guess where it was taken. However, I did not do that, and I … Continue reading Travel Challenge– THE RESULTS

72 Hours in Rome: Things to See and Do

Roman Colosseum at night (December 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 sightseeing … Continue reading 72 Hours in Rome: Things to See and Do

Destination: Beijing, China (Part 1)

Officially called the People's Republic of China (PRC), this country in East Asia is one of the world's powerhouses in politics, economics, and culture. It's home to the largest population in the world at just over 1.4 billion, as well as the third-largest country by landmass. We also owe tons of our modern technologies to … Continue reading Destination: Beijing, China (Part 1)