Travel: Day Trip to Salzburg Austria

My trip to Austria started with a 30-minute drive to Kaiserslautern, Germany, followed by a midnight 6-hour bus ride and early morning entrance into the 4th largest city in Austria. Like Colon Germany, Salzburg, Austria was built on the settlement of an old Roman town called Iuvavum. Based on my experience in Colon; I was…

Travel: Fun in Heidelberg

During my first month visiting Germany, I saw the town of Heidelberg near the Neckar River in southwest Germany. The highlights of this town are the historical areas such as the Heidelberg Palace, the Old Bridge, and Heidelberg Zoo. Heidelberg is also home to many universities and a romantic cityscape with narrow roads and thousands…

Travel for Food: Mannheim Germany

I have been away for almost a month, but even a travel food blogger has to take a break. Rejuvenized, I’m back and ready to review my most recent ventures in the city of Mannheim. While visiting Mannheim, I went on an eating adventure. As I foraged through the food landscape, I hit some incredible…

Travel: Exploring Hawaii

This is the last blog about Hawaii until my next trip back there. In this post, I want to touch on some of the memorable places I visited, starting with the Byoda-In Temple. The Byoda-In Temple was breathtaking and peaceful. The grounds of the temple are well-kept and reminded me of a fairytale. Then I…

Travel for Food: Hawaiian Style 

I was lucky enough to spend a few days visiting a friend who now resides in Lanikai Hawaii. Through her, I was able to eat at a few spots she often raved about. First on the list was Over Easy, a renewed breakfast and brunch restaurant, followed by my first experience with Hawaiian shaved ice….

Travel: My island Bequia

My motto is “just chill,” and Bequia is a just “chill island”, with plenty of warmth, color, and hospitality. The people are pleasant, and the food is awesome, I dear anyone to visit my Bequia.

Tales: Free Tales & Travel Journal

I recently discovered the Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP) and decided to publish a series of low-content books. I created a tales and travel journal and wanted to give them away to other bloggers.

Travel: A Day at the Beach

For this blog, I decided to limit my words and use pictures to illustrate my experience. I want to present my weekend in photos from my visit to Fashion Island in Newport Beach and Newport Beach Pier.

Tales: Stories from Grandma and Friends

I am not asking anyone to believe any of these stories. I just wanted to share some of the tales that I was told. I feel privileged to listened to these stories and connected with these people on a level that made them feel comfortable with telling me these things.

Tales: Lust Caution on Brokeback Mountain (p. 2)

The 2007 film Lust Caution is one of my other favorite Ang Lee films. Considered an erotic spy drama this tale was crafted by Eileen Change a Chinese American Essayist. Lust Caution for me is a tale of how love and desire can be both our salvation and captor all at once.

Tales: Lust Caution on Brokeback Mountain (p. 1)

I cannot claim to love all of Ang Lee’s work but he excels when he makes movies about raw human emotions touching on topics mundane or taboo. The two films that stand out as the ultimate examples of his talent are Brokeback Mountain and Lust Caution.