In honour of the Full Moon and the Full Moon party (to the humans making the trip, bless your souls) I've decided to post a blog I wrote for a different website that hasn't been used. Clearly this isn't what I would normally write about. Beauty/Makeup/Fashion is way out of my realm but I think I … Continue reading What Are You Packing?
With its cool weather, Dalat is an amazing escape from the heat you can't seem to escape in Ho Chi Minh City. It's also an insanely cheap trip - a sleeper bus costs 200,000 Vietnamese Dong, which is about 10 USD and a night at a Hostel is around 5 USD. I stayed at DaLat Central … Continue reading Da Lat
Another well overdue blog post, but better late than never. In May I went on several solo trips, and Northern Vietnam was one of those trips! In seven days I went to Hanoi, Ha Long Bay, and Sapa - it was an amazing first solo trip. I'm so proud of myself for pushing myself and … Continue reading N. Vietnam Photo Blog
I was lucky enough to interview Kim - owner of Kay's Vegan Bistro on Nguyen Dinh Chieu in District 1. My inspiration behind this interview came from Kim herself. The first time I went to Kay's, Kim practically held my hand through the menu describing each and every dish I had a question about and … Continue reading Eating In Vietnam: Kay’s Vegan Bistro + Interview
For the second time in a month I'm going to Thailand! My last trip to Thailand was for the Jungle Party and Full Moon Party. This time around I will actually get to explore and see more of the beautiful 'Land of Smiles.' We are spending 10 days/9 nights in Bangkok and we want to make … Continue reading Watch Tata Pack
T o k y o D e l i I love sushi. My life in Los Angeles and sushi go hand in hand. My final months before I left for Nam I think I had sushi at least 3-4 times a week. Obviously one of my first questions I had for Hien when I got to … Continue reading Eating In Vietnam: Tokyo Deli
Did you think my Motorbike drama would be over? I did too. To my dismay, it is not over. For a while I was smooth sailing. No accidents, no whiskey throttles, perfect parker. I would even go as far to say that I was a really good motorbike driver. Until I nailed the man on the ferry … Continue reading Motorbike Chronicles Pt. 2
I had banana leaf my very first night in Vietnam. Soooo necessary considering the day that I had -- you can read about that debacle here Hien took us out for street food pho which was a perfect/classic first Vietnamese meal but I needed something sweet! Hien--being the food guru that she is read … Continue reading Eating in Vietnam: Banana Leaf
Ding! Ding! Ding! I found what you're looking for betches! C A P H E S U A D A "Vietnamese Iced Coffee With Condensed Milk [& A Pinch of Cocaine] I guess you could say I've been slumming it in terms of coffee. Until recently I have only had coffee from the street. Well … Continue reading Coffee or Cocaine?
When Belinda was in Ho Chi Minh I wanted to immediately get out of Ho Chi Minh and go to Mui Ne. However, Belinda wanted to experience the city and get a feel for what a typical week might be for me. Even though it was my birthday week, she did travel 20+ hours to see … Continue reading Binh Quoi Village