Cuba Photo Diary Part 2: Trinidad

Trinidad was easily my favorite of the cities we visited on this trip. It is so colorful and bright, and the people are so friendly, its a city that invites you to forget the plan and just wander the streets taking in the sights. There is also a pretty spectacular beach for you to relax… Continue reading Cuba Photo Diary Part 2: Trinidad

Cities, Photography, Travel

Cuba Photo Diary Part 1: Havana

  Cuba seems to be everywhere these days, from travel blogs, to instagram, to facebook, everyone is going to Cuba. With travel only so recently allowed for US citizens, and with the future of this new opportunity in question, it makes sense that people are flocking to this colorful country. While this new wave of… Continue reading Cuba Photo Diary Part 1: Havana

National Parks, Travel

National Park Week: Our Favorite Parks!

This past week (April 15-23) was National Park Week here in the US. This celebration of national parks is a great way for the National Parks Services to encourage more people to visit and raise awareness for these parks. Its also a good time for bloggers and outdoor enthusiasts to join to fun and stir… Continue reading National Park Week: Our Favorite Parks!

Cities, Review, Staycation, Travel

Crème & Sugar: Unicorn Hot Chocolate

Crème & Sugar is a café in Anaheim, California that has risen to internet stardom for their over-the-top, unicorn inspired hot chocolate. I heard the words unicorn and chocolate, and just knew I had to go. Right when you walk in there's a mural with an array of fantastical creatures depicted and lots of quotes and… Continue reading Crème & Sugar: Unicorn Hot Chocolate

Art, Cities, Festival, Staycation, Travel

Night on Broadway

Bringing Back Broadway and LA counsel member José Huizar are the people behind Night on Broadway, a one night music and art festival in Downtown LA's historic theater district. For one night a year six theaters opened their doors for patrons to explore, musicians of all genres rocked out on ten stages across the festival, and thousands… Continue reading Night on Broadway

National Parks, Travel, USA

A Day in Death Valley

Sunday was the first day of Spring, and what better way to celebrate than by going to see a desert in full bloom? The super bloom at Death Valley National Park is a rare, but beautiful sight. Usually the incredible heat and scarce rainfall keep any flora from growing, but this was an El Nino… Continue reading A Day in Death Valley