Navigation Menu
What to do in Bangkok – 3 Day Guide

What to do in Bangkok – 3 Day Guide

on Jun 19, 2016 in Travel

Bangkok is a vibrant city full of colorful temples, beautiful architecture, yummy bites, fancy rooftop bars, and more! Think NYC…without the snow. My sister came to visit so I planned an itinerary based on a few of my favorite things. Here is my suggested 3 day guide for Bangkok: Day 1: River/Old Town Area *Try some local food. If you’re not sure where...

Read More
Jazz Hotel, Dog Friendly Beach Hotel in Da Nang, Vietnam

Jazz Hotel, Dog Friendly Beach Hotel in Da Nang, Vietnam

on May 1, 2016 in Travel

Growing up a South Florida girl, the beach has always been my home. I always miss the sound of the waves, the smell of the sea, and the breeze on my skin. After 2 months in the capitol of Vietnam, it’s time to break out of the city and get some vitamin sea! Hey, if you’re non stop working, you might as well enjoy your view. Time to travel down to south...

Read More
HUFFINGTON POST – 12 Awesome Things That Make Austin The Perfect Getaway

HUFFINGTON POST – 12 Awesome Things That Make Austin The Perfect Getaway

on Apr 12, 2016 in Food, Travel

Featured on The Huffington Post! Austin is one of the fastest growing cities in America, which doesn’t surprise anyone who’s visited. It’s the perfect spot for the foodie, the adventurer, the music lover, the fashionista, the party goer, and even the dog lovers! No matter what you’re into, there are events every day, all over this walkable...

Read More
St. Joseph’s Cathedral – Hanoi, Vietnam

St. Joseph’s Cathedral – Hanoi, Vietnam

on Apr 11, 2016 in Travel

Located just a few blocks over from Hoan Kiem Lake in the old quarter, sits the oldest church in Hanoi, St. Joseph’s Cathedral. This beautiful, neo-gothic style cathedral is a must see when in Hanoi, Vietnam! There was a mass in session when we visited so the front doors were wide open with views of beautiful stain glass windows and the priest on a loud mic...

Read More
3 Must-Visit Rooftop Bars in Hanoi, Vietnam

3 Must-Visit Rooftop Bars in Hanoi, Vietnam

on Apr 8, 2016 in Travel

Hanoi is fast paced; Full of life and bright lights. Stepping out into the streets of this city as a foreigner is a bit shocking. 3 million scooters weaving in and out of each other like ants in a non-traditional traffic dance. The majority of the buildings here are slender and multi level, featuring elevated views, and offering an escape from the commotion. Whether...

Read More
Pet Friendly Beach Hotel Near Hanoi

Pet Friendly Beach Hotel Near Hanoi

on Mar 22, 2016 in Travel

Hanoi, Vietnam is a modern city full of everything you could imagine – delicious food, flavorful coffee, malls, movie theaters, karaoke spots, shopping, and so much more. It’s been quite an adventure exploring the city but after killing ourselves with work these past few weeks, it was time to leave the chaotic city for the weekend to refresh. If...

Read More
Best Spring Break Destination for Adults: Las Catalinas

Best Spring Break Destination for Adults: Las Catalinas

on Mar 18, 2016 in Travel

Las Catalinas is a d r e a m. Pura vida {Costa Rica’s country motto, pure life} can be easily achieved in this enchanting pedestrian town with it’s old quarter style to your left and it’s private black sand beach to your right. The sound of waves crashing heard from your front door will surely make you want to hit the beach or the outdoors as early as you can. You...

Read More
ELITE DAILY – 8 Tips On How To Travel The World With Your Dog

ELITE DAILY – 8 Tips On How To Travel The World With Your Dog

on Mar 10, 2016 in Travel

FEATURED on ELITE DAILY! Thanks to the benefit of owning our own business and being able to work remotely, we decided to get rid of our place in Miami and travel the world. It’s a term freshly known as being a “digital nomad.” But when we announced this plan to family and friends, the question I got repeatedly was, “What about Riles?” They were talking about our...

Read More
How to Travel to Vietnam with a US passport

How to Travel to Vietnam with a US passport

on Mar 10, 2016 in Travel

You’re dreaming of delicious Pho, strolling through the old quarter, trekking through rice fields, and kayaking in Halong Bay…but where to start? Planning out travel with all of the entry rules is confusing – especially if you don’t speak the language and you’re planning a trip across the world. Some of the questions you’re trying...

Read More
Zilker Neighborhood – Austin, TX

Zilker Neighborhood – Austin, TX

on Feb 7, 2016 in Food, Travel

Living off Airbnb gives you an amazing opportunity to explore in neighborhoods {and houses!} that you wouldn’t otherwise find {or be able to afford}. I’m absolutely in love with this neighborhood we’re currently in, Zilker, in south Austin. We’re walking distance to Barton Springs, Zilker Park, all of South Lamar – with lots of nature,...

Read More

Pin It on Pinterest