It’s no secret that Colombia is often the favorite among backpackers who travel in Latin America. I spent five months in Colombia last year and this year together. Many friends asked for recommendations on what to do and where to stay in Colombia. This blog post covers it all. Introduction to Colombia Colombia has a
Hello friends! If you are planning on a trip to Oaxaca City, Mexico, I got you! Last year I stayed more than one month in Oaxaca City. It had became my second home. From best vegetarian restaurants, bakeries, coffee shops to art classes. This blog post covers it all. I even recommend a place for
“You know the heart of the stranger. For you are the stranger in the land of Egypt.” Old Testament Musical Night The narrow cobble street of Cusco was dimly lit at night. Sweet melody spread in the air like a fragrance. Live music always has this magic over me, especially this night. The musician was
As I sat in a cafe in Lima, sipping lemon ginger tea, surrounded by cool paintings and plants. I can’t help think about the event that altered my life and brought me to Peru. Just a little over a month ago, I was at a job that I have been doing for four years. While
Recently I took a trip with Good Inc to Big Sur. I’m so happy model @listyyloo came with us in the trip. I really like Kalista’s look. She is so versatile and can literally transforms herself with each unique outfit. Set 1 The first set is by McWay Falls. You can’t see the water fall
My friend Jenny and I took a last minute trip to Eureka. We stayed at an Airstream for the first time. It was so cute. The next day we visited old town Eureka and Humboldt Redwood State Park. It was a short but sweet trip.
Last year Brian and I did a two months’ cross-country road trip that covered 27 states, 14 major U.S cities and 15 National Parks and Monuments. Many friends asked for our recommendations and how we did it. I thought I would write a piece that would help future road trippers plan a cross-country road trip.
Here is a recap of my 10 days trekking in Annapurna. I have given a detailed account of my first 5 days in the previous posts. I decided to make the rest of the trip a picture story and highlight the people who lived in the mountains. Day 1 Nayapul to Ullerie Day 2 Ullerie
Day 4 Great View at Poon Hill and Getting Lost a Second Time on The Way to Tadapani This morning, I got up early to hike up to Poon Hill at 6:30am to see the view. The hike was hard because of straight ascending again, It took an hour and half to just get there.
Day 2 – Getting Acquitted with Leeches The morning part of trekking was very easy for me. I was playing music on my phone to keep me hyped. Things started to go south in the afternoon. It started raining around 1:30pm while I was having lunch. A girl told me that she was bit by