Everyone goes on Remote Year for different reasons. Read the full story on why I chose to participate myself and what I hope to gain from a year of travel.
Ahhhh…. Mexico City. This wonderful, bustling, vibrant city. After only a mere four days in this city, I was already intoxicated by its lush streets, contemporary design, and robust food… Read More
I will start off by saying this, there is no place quite like the White Sands National Monument in New Mexico. Considered the largest gypsum dunefield in the world, this ethereal… Read More
No Vegas for me. For my bachelorette, we headed to Montreal, the Paris of Northern America.
A captivating place to escape the harried life of the Bay Area.
Muir Woods National Monument is a beautiful and lush forest with hiking trails that ultimate lead to a scenic outlook spot. Initially, we expected a light walk through a woodsy trail,… Read More
We play tourist in our own city for a day by dining at Fog Harbor Fish House, a San Francisco institution offering sustainable seafood and unbeatable views.
We eat, drink, and shop our way through the MGM National Harbor.
Need a stylish camera bag? We’ve got five very different options that will fit your needs.
Before going to Taiwan, we were lucky in that we knew a LOT of people who have been before and were able to adequately prepare us for our trip. Here,… Read More
Taiwan may be a small island, but it’s a country packed with beautiful landscapes, ridiculously delicious food, and a rich history.
A playful restaurant in Hong Kong that serves up cute, animal-shaped dim sum.