Up until recently, I’ve not been very good at bringing the topic of food in my blog. I’m actually not a big foodie. (Audience gasp) Sorry, the truth is out. Blame it on the vegetarian part of me. Unless I’m in a cosmopolitan city, finding vegetarian options on the road are often a challenge. As a traveler with […]
I couldn’t find that one word to describe it all without making it sound like just another adjective. “Stunning”, “magnificent”, “monumental”, “shimmering”, “intense,…”? Nope, nope, nope, nope.
My train reached Lao Cai at 6A. A bunch of people from different trekking groups, boarded my mini-van bus and we spent an hour getting to Sapa. The road was winding and the driving was a bit rough. At one point, one of the passengers was sick and need to get off the bus to take a rest. ..
Los Angeles is a city that has a little bit of something for everyone. Filled with a milieu of artistic expression, it can also display a bit of quirkiness. It’s like a huge garage sale, where you can wander and rummage and find some of the most eclectic and unusual jewels that others might consider throw-aways. […]
“Selfie Getaways.” There are many types of getaways, which grant us escape. Escape from the city… escape into the city… escape from stress, other
Almost 20 years ago, I lived in Los Angeles while going to college to study art. Back then, it was
Buddhist monks are a prominent part of Southeast Asia culture. You can’t go very far without seeing an orange, yellow or red
Ubud. It’s got a laid back yoga-hippie sway, international and vegetarian restaurants up the wazzoo and even a Starbucks! Ubud (pronounced Oo-bud) doesn’t really feel Balinese at times, but a fusion of Balinese culture and yogic expat living.
So this is a late entry by far. I’ve written a post on my apartment but for a while, I’ve held onto old footage of the day I arrived at my apartment in Daegu. The footage nagged at me throughout the years. In some ways, it even haunted.