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Tulum, Mexico

Tulum has the nicest beach I’ve ever seen, with perfect pure white fine sand and bright clear turquoise warm water, surrounded by lush jungle.  It is a little eco-resort town about an hour south of Cancun.  It’s a hipster destination, with lots of juice places, yoga, and ‘eco-chic’ resorts.  Eco-chic may also mean ‘we don’t […]

Valladolid

Vallodolid is a medium-sized old colonial city in the heart of the Yucatan.  It’s a busy city, but far from the touristy crowds.  Valladolid is full of crumbly buildings and hidden attractions.  Right in the middle of the city there’s a gorgeous cenote. We stayed in a very nice and very cheap hotel right on […]

Yucatán Road Trip Itinerary

We only had six days and I wanted to see the best variety of places- beaches, wildlife, small towns, cities, and ruins.  So I planned a roadtrip.  Renting a car is easy in Mexico, and the roads are all safe and well marked.  I saved everywhere we were going to Google offline maps and starred […]

Ho Chi Minh City

Ho Chi Minh was so different than Hanoi.  It was more modern and fast paced.  We explored the city on foot during the day and at night took a motorbike food tour.  Our guides were young college girls who spoke great English.  They told us about their lives and showed us around the city in […]

In-N-Out Burger

Bali- Batukaru Jungle Trek

We went on a jungle trek and unexpectedly ended up eating our way through the jungle…13 delicious tropical fruits, a long hike, and some gorgeous rice paddies later, we ended up at our guide’s village compound eating a multi-course lunch cooked by his wife, then ended with a beautiful remote mountain temple. We wanted to […]

Jalan Alor Food Street

Kuala Lumpur is a mix of so many cultures and their food reflects that!  We headed to the famous Jalan Alor to check it out. 🐔 feet! Yummy coconut 🍦  

Lemonade

Lemonade is one of my favorite restaurants in Los Angeles.  It’s cheap, fast, and delicious.  And fairly healthy (unless you get the mac and cheese, like I always do).  Lemonade restaurants have been popping up all over Los Angeles, there’s one on Abbot Kinney in Venice just a couple blocks away from my house. It’s […]