Taos is the perfect combination of history, art, nature and culture!
Recently, I attended a conference in San Diego, and while the convention center is near the Gas Lamp in the Marina, I actually spent the majority of my limited free time in Balboa Park (I spoke on a panel, where I made parkour and dragon jokes, so I guess you can say it was a success). … Continue reading 6 Hours In San Diego
It was Ashley of Death Valley fame's birthday, so I popped down to LA for 24-hours to play in downtown LA. One of the things I love about Los Angeles is that it changes at a million miles an hour. Despite living there for more than a decade, there is always something new, something old … Continue reading A Day in Downtown LA
AKA a charming colonial town where a dude-bro in a unicorn costume can be that guy.
Tip and tricks for relaxing at the world's most beautiful lake.
Guatemala City is a real gem, full of history and vibrancy that is well worth the flight to take a look.
I spent 48 hours in and around Tikal, the ancient Mayan citadel with some of the most bad-ass ruins I have ever seen.
While traveling, I write myself little notes and tips for the next time I leave my front door. I don't always follow them, but I like to hope that a few will stick. Below are a couple of my travel photos that didn't quite make the blog-cut, and the things I (re)learned in 2017: Give yourself … Continue reading Things I (Re)Learned Traveling in 2017
A delightfully quirky town, where I accidentally took my mom to a strip club.
The theme of my time in Southern California could be described singularly as magic. I went back to my old hometown for actual magic (or at least the movie version of it) and stumbled across a few real life bewitching spots along the way. First was Elmer's Bottle Tree Ranch (24266 National Trails Hwy, Oro … Continue reading Three Magical Things to Do in Southern California