If you’re heading to Tokyo for more than 24 hours, MariCar go-kart racing is one thing I insist you do. This is one of those rare bucket list items that you think you’ll enjoy, but is actually even better than you imagined! (Updated July 12, 2o19) Where are the MariCAR Continue Reading
Cities famous for street art: NYC, Miami, LA… Richmond, VA? In this photo essay, learn about the Richmond Mural Project, RVA Street Art Festival, and commissioned artists of this colorful river city.
One country, 19 days, 9-ish destinantions, and one girl who explored them all. The itinerary with the best route to see the sites from Rome to Amalfi, in Bella Italy.
Here are 10 major facts about Dubai, UAE that I wish I had known before I moved across the globe. 1. It is humid. Seriously, what is wrong with the internet. Why did no one tell me? How could I not know? When I left the US, I knew Dubai Continue Reading
Last updated: November 11, 2018 Living in Dubai I’ve learned so much about so many different cultures, from languages to foods to cultural practices. Despite what I wish I knew before I moved here, I’ve truly found Dubai to be a once in a lifetime experience. comprised of so many incredible mini-experiences. Continue Reading
When I first heard that my mother and grandmother wanted to go to Leavenworth, WA, a city supposedly styled as an old Bavarian town, I’ll be honest and say that an involuntary groan may have slipped out. Well, after only three hours in this quaint little town, I can guarantee that Continue Reading
Last year I spent my spring break in London, England. I had an amazing time but let’s just say I wasn’t drinking mojitos in my bikini at any point during the trip. Well this year I did a 180° turn and planned a fun-filled, sun-filled week in Puerto Rico! My friend Hannah Continue Reading
Dubai, UAE is one of the most spectacular, awe-inspiring, and modern cities in the world. But despite being the modern international hub that as it is, Dubai is still a majority-Muslim country, and the culture still reflects that. One of the most common questions I had even before I moved here Continue Reading