France Day 3: Medieval Towns, Salted Caramels and Biscuits galore

After our wild night dancing the evening away, we woke up bright and early for our last day trip in France. At this point we were exhausted from traveling after epic times in both Ireland and London. So we piled in the car, Carina in the driver’s seat, Tasha as navigator in the passenger seat … More France Day 3: Medieval Towns, Salted Caramels and Biscuits galore

France Day 2: Red Granite Coast and a Night of traditional Breton dancing

We had such a great first day in France that we were excited to get up early the next day and explore something new. We drove to yet another Breton department called la cote de Amor to see the red granite coast. And it did not disappoint. After a long drive around some windy roads and … More France Day 2: Red Granite Coast and a Night of traditional Breton dancing

Kicking off 2015 in Maui… Coffee, cats and too much sun

Aloha! I am back from Hawaii, exhausted but relaxed from a week of chilling out in the sun and drinking a lot of coffee. This vacation was much needed after the holidays which were crazy! Of course I adore all the Christmas parties and family gatherings but they are certainly tiring. Heading out to Maui … More Kicking off 2015 in Maui… Coffee, cats and too much sun

3 Months in China: An Update (or expect the unexpected like food poisoning and getting robbed)

Well. The last 3 months in China have been an absolute roller coaster. Here is a nice photo of Shanghai from 3 years ago just because. The thing with living in China is that you must expect the unexpected. And I do. I really do. However, it is still shocking when the nature of the … More 3 Months in China: An Update (or expect the unexpected like food poisoning and getting robbed)

Cruising… to Fukuoka, Japan and the Kushida Shrine

After an awesome day in South Korea, I was excited to return to Japan, a country that I absolutely loved when I visited 2 years ago. Japan is surprisingly clean and compact, basically the complete opposite of China. I was once again fascinated by this contrast during our short time in Fukuoka, the capital city of Japan’s … More Cruising… to Fukuoka, Japan and the Kushida Shrine