Simple Christmas Gift Ideas

Personally, I’m not a big fan of Christmas. I enjoy seeing Christmas lightings, decorations, markets and such. However, current huge sales happening at the moment was hard to ignore. Here are a few items or ideas I found while perusing online. Under $20 AmazonCeramic Soap Dispenser $12.99Automatic Soap Dispenser $12.79Mini Bag Sealer – $6.99USB Lighter $11.99Indoor Wifi Smart Camera (1 pack) – $19.99Magnetic Rings Key … Continue reading Simple Christmas Gift Ideas

Where to Find Christmas Lightings in O.C.?

From Christmas decorations to lighting displays, it feels to me like the holiday spirit is in full effect around here. Last night, I decided to see a few Christmas lightings near my neighborhood. It was something that I’ve never done before and I thought the one in Dana Point was done quite nicely. If you’re interested in viewing a few neighborhoods that have lighting decorations … Continue reading Where to Find Christmas Lightings in O.C.?

5 Things I Learned from Visiting Texas for The First Time

Our trip to Texas was suppose to happen two months ago but, due to circumstances we ended up changing plans and went to Colorado instead (which turned out to be one of the best trips we’ve been on). We decided that going to Texas was either to go now or it will never happen so, here we go! Upon arriving in Texas, a few things … Continue reading 5 Things I Learned from Visiting Texas for The First Time

Biden Won. Now What? What Experts are Predicting That Could Affect the Travel Industry.

After a few days of a cliff hanging presidential election, America finally decided on Joe Biden as our next President. People celebrated around the world and it felt, for a brief moment, as if we had risen from a deep depression. At some point we will but, for now current issues needs to be addressed and fixed before we can get back to a “normal” … Continue reading Biden Won. Now What? What Experts are Predicting That Could Affect the Travel Industry.

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A Few Hours in San Diego, California.

Lately, San Diego has been a hot spot to visit for us as it is quite easy to get to and contains a ton of places to see. On our recent visit to Old Town, I was a bit surprised why I’ve never been there before. The place had a history featuring eclectic restaurants, historical sites, colorful shops and an apparent Mexican heritage that made … Continue reading A Few Hours in San Diego, California.

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Anchored for the weekend in Avalon, Catalina Island

A hop on an express boat to Catalina Island will get you to the island in less than 2 hours. Once the boat docks, the island is in your hands. Whether you’re there to sightsee, eat, drink, or camp; Catalina Island has a bit of everything for everyone at any age. StayOn this trip, my bf and I stayed for a night at St. Lauren … Continue reading Anchored for the weekend in Avalon, Catalina Island

Bits & Pieces of The Rocky Mountains

Our last full day in Colorado was spent sightseeing and driving through the Rocky Mountains. We mapped out our route the night before to figure out which places we wanted to see on the way to the mountain. Our first stop was Boulder as a few of our friends had suggested seeing it. BoulderBefore we took off to Boulder we rented a car since it … Continue reading Bits & Pieces of The Rocky Mountains

Sunrise On the Rocks

Red Rocks Amphitheatre is a one of a kind experience with an open air amphitheatre built into a rock structure. This was one of the sights that we wanted to see and definitely not to be missed. Pre-covid, the place was known to hold music and/or concert venues. However, there was more to the amphitheatre than we imagined which included several hiking trails nearby as … Continue reading Sunrise On the Rocks