Very Satisfied Ma’am

I had always wanted to get to India someday, but after talking to a few Westernized Indian acquaintances, we were actually a bit scared to travel there and didn’t originally include it in our itinerary. While tales of food poisoning, rape, poverty and overall dirtiness of the country are all valid concerns, we were too … More Very Satisfied Ma’am

The Golden Duck

Check out this short story I wrote and submitted for a travel writing scholarship that could send me on a two-week writing trip in the Balkans this summer! I am a bit behind on blogging, but do hope to have some goods ones posted soon so stay tuned.

Siam Defeated

It was a quick, but necessary trip for me to experience Siem Reap, a city rife with crumbling, centuries-old temples. Danica was here two years ago, but was excited to watch me experience it for the first time, and was able to tour two new temples this time around. Always the perfect travel companion, Danica … More Siam Defeated

Follow Your Bliss

About a week before I left, my boyfriend and I enjoyed a fun little staycation at the Culver Hotel (quaint rooms, great lobby bar and tons of restaurants in walking distance – we opted for the Dine L.A. Menu at Akasha, which was delicious!). His sister had found these bracelets called MantraBands and sent two … More Follow Your Bliss

Sooper Foul

I often pride myself on the research skills I’ve acquired over the years, and with the added bonus of having a PI license, one might assume I spent a lot of time researching all the places we intend to visit on our adventure. Well, one would be wrong. Quite the opposite happened, as we made … More Sooper Foul