My travel bucket list has three categories: 1. Piece of cake…easily achievable! 2. Hmmm…it’s going to be difficult but it will happen someday! 3. Ummm…in another lifetime perhaps? But before I start talking… Continue reading
After a few days in Manila, it was time for me to go on a road trip with my parents to Cagayan Valley, the northen portion of the Philippines. We decided to break… Continue reading
Charleston is now one of the most spectacular cities and hottest destinations in the United States and was named by Travel and Leisure as the #1 city in North America.
While hiking at the Big Basin Redwoods State Park, I noticed the demographics of the hikers were mostly 90% whites and 10% Asians. I remembered a podcast I listened to exploring the relationship of race and the outdoors. The National Park Service has reported the lack of diversity in hiking, and when breaking down the numbers, the demographics for their staff mirror the demographics of the visitors, as well as volunteers: 80% whites, 5-6% Hispanics and Blacks, and 2% Asians.
The Hamptons was never on my bucket list even during my shallow twenty-something years. At that age, I was constantly around the party crowd, who regularly went clubbing just to see and be… Continue reading
One of the most beautiful day trips you could take from San Francisco is to Point Reyes National Seashore. But if you have enough time to spare, I highly recommend to stay a… Continue reading
I waited for the rain to subside, but it just kept pouring. I hate wasting time while on vacation so I abruptly woke up my son and told him to get ready. “But it’s still raining!” he said. “Yeah, so? I have the perfect place in mind!” I told him.