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Foodie Paradise- all the eats in Japan

Foodie Paradise- all the eats in Japan

I think it’s safe to say that food is not only a highlight of almost all of my trips, but really a highlight of my life in general. I LOVE FOOD. I get a lot of pleasure from finding new places and then recommending them…

Time to Toky-GO! MarioKart IRL

Time to Toky-GO! MarioKart IRL

MariCar was by far one of the most memorable things that we did in Tokyo! It was thrilling (and a little scary) to get to ride in go-karts in the packed streets of Tokyo. I had seen videos of it months ago- and although it…

Tokyo Drifting…

Tokyo Drifting…

TOKYO Shibuya at night One of my favorite buildings on the way back to our Airbnb- ShIbuya, Tokyo TOKYO IS A CITY FULL OF OXYMORONS. BUSTLING YET CALM, UNDERGROUND BUT MAINSTREAM, COOL BUT CUTE. IN SUM, TOKYO IS A WEIRD CITY- BUT IN THE MOST…

Seoul Food- Korea 2017

Seoul Food- Korea 2017

That’s right! Korea has some Good Ass Food- but for someone who had to skip the KBBQ, what kind of options are out there? One of my favorite aspects of Korea was the Cafe Culture. Cafe’s in every shape, color, and genre you can imagine…

The City that Never Sleeps and Always Eats

The City that Never Sleeps and Always Eats

Two weeks ago I made it for a quick trip to New York- which ended up basically being a food tour. I think I knew before I got there that most of what we were going to do was roll from restaurant to coffee shop…

Museum of Ice Cream

Museum of Ice Cream

    This Sunday I finally got to experience the new “it-spot” that has been blowing up on my Instagram news feed for quite some time. We bought our tickets three months in advance- after the museum announced that it was extending it’s stay in…

 Trekking through Toledo

 Trekking through Toledo

I think my favorite part of Spain was how accessible it was. Everything was just a train, subway or bus ride away. Of course, they varied in distance and length of journey, but overall it was so easy to see different cities in Spain and…

BarceLovin’- A guide to 4 Days in Barcelona 

BarceLovin’- A guide to 4 Days in Barcelona 

  Day 1: Arrival We got to our hotel via taxi, put down our suitcases and fell asleep (well, I did at least). We started our day around 3 pm and hit the following spots: Las Ramblas- A lonnnnng avenue full of shopping (chain/franchise and…