Visiting Brooklyn: A Mini Guide to Getting Around

I’ve been to New York plenty of times, but one of my favorite cities to visit is Brooklyn. This city is full of artistic people and places, historical areas, and hole-in-the-wall coffee shops. Aside from being a city full of artistic people, it is also one of the most populous boroughs.   Image via Flickr […]

Read More »

Fri-YAY Favorites #2

It’s that time of the week again – Friday! It’s been a long week for me, especially since I was just in the midst of Hurricane Irma. Thankfully, there were no damages, my power is back on and everyone I know is safe. For this weeks Fri-YAY favorites, I’ve discovered a few good deals, good […]

Read More »

How to Make Cheap Hotel Food Taste Better

A few weekends ago, I went to St. Augustine to celebrate my husband’s birthday. We couldn’t settle on a hotel, so we decided to go for a cheap one. Well, when we got there,  you could definitely tell it was cheap…the beds were hard, the walls were thin and the breakfast was plain awful. They […]

Read More »

Nile Ethiopian Cuisine

When I’m not traveling, I spend my time trying out new places around my area. From hole in the wall places to international cuisines, Orlando has a variety of places to explore and try. One good place, I was introduced to during the weekend was a small Ethiopian restaurant around International Drive. I must admit, I have never been curious […]

Read More »

Budapest | Foodie Adventures

Aside from the differences in culture, history and buildings, traveling to a different country also means trying different foods. As stated in my past posts, I went to Budapest for my Christmas vacation, which means that the streets were full of Christmas Markets around the city. This also means that I had a full week […]

Read More »