Snapshots:Brooklyn’s Famous Christmas Lights

I’m not quite ready to say goodbye to the Christmas Season , so I thought I would share some photos from my night out in Brooklyn’s famous Dyker Heights Neighborhood.  Every year, scores of visitors flock to see the neighborhood’s … Continue reading

Discovering Authentic Japanese Snacks with Candy Japan

candy japan travel

A few weeks ago , I received an exciting surprise in the mail: a package from Candy Japan! If you’re not familiar with Candy Japan, it’s a fast-growing subscription service that brings the tastiest of authentic Japanese snacks right to … Continue reading

Horseback Riding Through the Ocean in Grand Turk

View behind the lighthouse

Story time: My first international trip was a family reunion abroad a cruise ship to Mexico. At one of the ports ,  me and a few cousins decided to go horseback riding. Our guide led us into a small town … Continue reading

Day 1 in LA: The Red Carpert Experience &The Lost Bookshop

Grauman's Chinese Theatre

After an overnight journey on a cramped bus, I didn’t want to do anything but shower and sleep when I arrived in LA. But seeing as how my hostel has a strict no early check-in policy, I had no options … Continue reading

The Stay on Beverly Hostel a.k.a The Best Hostel Ever

stay on beverly hostel la

While planning a trip to the West Coast for a prearranged conference, I wanted to do LA. I knew the city was expensive and after a few hours of research , I thought it was completely out of my budget. … Continue reading