Tuscany

Florence The gelato was said to have originated in Florence. What’s the difference between a gelato and an ice cream, you may wonder?  Well, gelato is churned at a slower speed which makes… Continue reading

Venice, Italy

I’d like to introduce Venice with a video. Hop on the vaporetto with me for a glimpse of the Grand Canal. *** Venice was my favorite city in Italy. It was different from… Continue reading

Mardi Gras, New Orleans

Mardi Gras in NOLA ! I know this event is in most of everyone’s bucket list. I’m just glad I made it through without doing anything stupid. Scenes from Mardi Gras: I saw a… Continue reading

Weekend Jaunt to Memphis

Whenever I’m traveling out of the States I meet people who asks me about America, where I’ve been and what are the best places to go visit.  I didn’t have much to say… Continue reading

Images of Morocco

Morocco is exactly what I had pictured in my head: dry, brown, desert, tents, buildings made of clay, towns with narrow alleyways, crowded, shops, shops, shops.  I’ve gotten “lost” in every medina I… Continue reading

Falls of Iguazú and Streams of Consciousness

It is fitting that my last memory of South America is of the Iguazú Falls. It’s entirety encompassed every aspect of my trip: beauty, grace, power, vastness, happiness and loneliness. I stood in… Continue reading

Argentina

What a lovely country Argentina was. I threw my budget out the door as soon as I stepped foot in it; with all those delicious steaks, empanadas, and wine in front of me… Continue reading

Chile

4 things I liked about Chile: the Andes, Valparaiso, metropolitan Santiago, and Pablo Neruda’s houses. 1 thing I didn’t like about Chile (at least in Santiago): Cafes that were not really cafes. Let… Continue reading

Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia

Been busy lately and haven’t had the chance to update my travel notes. It’s been almost a month since I visited the Salt Flats. What an out-of-this world experience. A desert of salt,… Continue reading