When booking our flight back to the United States from Bali, we knew we would have to go through Singapore with at least a 12-hour connection. So we thought, why not make the best of it, extend for a few more days and make the trip home just a little less stressful? Here is a list of must-dos (and corresponding tips) during your quick stopover on the Red Dot … More Traveling to Southeast Asia? Swing by Singapore
Luxuries such as fresh baked cinnamon rolls, apple pie, Everest beer and yak burgers make it Manang an idyllic spot indeed to kick off your boots and relax … More Flashback [Photo] Friday: Manang, Nepal
A little book and major motion picture – Eat, Pray, Love – perhaps you’ve heard of it? – catapulted Ubud from a sleepy town of rice fields to the bustling heart of Bali it is today. It boasts temples, monkey forests, lush rice paddies, shopping, art, dancing, music and last but not least, one of the main … More Taste of Bali: Ubud
The best way to travel is to embrace the little deviations in plans as happy accidents that will enrich your trip. Easier said than done from someone like myself who loves to plan. But, I’ve learned that when you want the flexibility of making plans as you go, it’s going to happen; and you gotta … More … And Then We Drank Wine
This year, I bought my own ski gear, bought the Rocky Mountain Ski Pass, and decided, this is the year I’m going to master skiing! … More Flashback [Photo] Friday: Steamboat Springs, Colo.
On each of my visits home, it’s inevitable that we make a stop in Pensacola to Joe Patti’s – one of the areas’ most famous fish markets. … More Flashback [Photo] Friday: Pensacola
My parents took my brother and I to New Orleans for the first time over summer vacation when I was 9 years old. I instantly fell in love with the city – it’s energy, it’s flavor and it’s jazz. … More Flashback [Photo] Friday: New Orleans
I love to eat. More specifically, I love to eat really good food. One of the many perks of the last decade I’ve spent in Denver, is the rising food scene. When Jay and I decided to celebrate our anniversary in Boulder, I couldn’t help but be slightly disappointed. There are only a handful of … More Local Eats: Bramble & Hare