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Top 10 Things to do in Cusco

Once the capital of the Inca empire, Cusco is a city frozen in time. The city is well known for being the starting point to Machu Picchu and the Sacred Valley but it’s much more than that. From Cathedrals to Inca ruins, there are plenty of things to do in Cusco that are well worth […]

Day Trip to Valle de Guadalupe

Only a 2-hour drive from San Diego, Valle de Guadalupe is a foodie’s dream. Named the next Napa Valley, Mexico’s wine country houses hundreds of wineries and Michelin quality restaurants that it’s no wonder people come here for weekend getaways. How to Get to Valle de Guadalupe I had never crossed the border by foot […]

Maido – Lima, Peru

If you’re visiting Lima, you have to eat at either Maido or Central. Maido would be my choice if you had to choose between the two. Central was a whimsical experience, but Maido is where you appreciate each bite of food that goes into your mouth. What is “Nikkei”? Nikkei cuisine is the perfect balance between […]

Central – Lima, Peru

Central is deserving of its hype. Admittedly, I went after watching the co-owner and head chef, Virgilio Martinez’s, episode on “Chef’s Table” on Netflix. It truly was an epic food experience I’ll never forget. Located in gorgeous Miraflores, Central is inconspicuous on the outside, but the inside of the restaurant is open and airy. I […]

Guide to Lima

Lima is one of those places that reminds me of home. Whatever people say about Los Angeles, people say about Peru’s largest city. The weather is nice year-round, the food scene is eclectic, and fitness is of high priority.

Weekend Guide to Joshua Tree

I visited Yucca Valley and Joshua Tree a few weekends ago so it’s time for a weekend guide! When most people think of Joshua Tree, they think of camping instead of exploring. I’ll touch on places to go and things to do in the desert if you’re not there to camp.

How To Spend 4 Days in New Orleans

Colors. Jazz. History. That’s how I sum up New Orleans NOLA is pretty contradictory. There is a sense of elegance because of Colonial-era buildings, but also dirty and risque. It’s loud at nights filled with people and live bands, but quiet during the day, with only a faint sound of jazz playing at a bar […]

Travel Log: San Fransisco

Here’s most of my quick snaps from my SF trip. My boyfriend and I were super lucky and stayed with our friends who showed us around. It was really so much fun; great food, friendly people, and a nice break away from LA. If you’re from the Bay, let me know! I hope this series […]

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