Under a bit of renovation. I’ve been in process merging together a bunch of separate travel blogs into this one site. It will take me a bit to get everything organized for a better flow. New beginnings for 2017! Happy travels!
I’ve been pestering my siblings for years that we needed to take a sibling trip together. 5 years ago we lost our Dad and together we took a trip to his hometown in the Philippines to inter his ashes alongside his parents. Solemn occasion aside, we had the best time together. Lots of joking and… Read More Siblings are the best travel Buddies – Big Island Hawaii
It feels like it’s been so long since I’ve been anywhere! Ok, perhaps that’s not so true since I was in India in April but I was on such a travel roll that 6 months feels like a diet. I was supposed to go to Las Vegas last week to see the Rolling Stones but… Read More Yay! Finally going somewhere! Big Island here we come!
This past weekend I met up with two of my siblings in LA to see our cousins in Simi Valley, California. Also located in Simi Valley is the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library. I had never been to a Presidential Library so it was perfectly fitting to be there over the 4th of July weekend. I… Read More Happy 4th of July-Ronald Reagan Library
Last New Years Eve when I was in Paris with my friend T, we both discussed how cool it would be to fly Emirates and that it was on our bucket lists. However, that bucket list item was far down the list because there was no immediate plans to be in that part of the… Read More Flying Emirates is totally worth it
In April the Ben and I adventured to India. It was quiet sudden actually. I was thinking this was our last big adventure for a while. The kid was accepted to De La Salle for high school which means travel money turns into tuition money. Small sacrifices as travel for him will always be there but… Read More Mumbai Wedding Trip
Last week was the sad passing of Alan Rickman. I’ve loved him since he whispered the iconic lines about India in the film adaptation of Jane Austen’s (who I love even more) Sense and Sensibility. On that note, last Friday a conversation between an Indian coworker of mine went something like this: Me: Hey I heard… Read More “The air is full of spices!”