“Hi everyone! The travel company TripHobo has been kind to provide Our Little Blue Rock their top destinations in Europe for 2018. Hope this piece of recommendations help you finalize your travel destination this year. I have already covered some of them and planning to cover the rest soon. 5 Places to travel to Europe in 2018 … More TRIPHOBO Guest Blog: 5 Places to travel to Europe in 2018
Los Angeles is a boundless city, county, region of numerous neighborhoods and no shortage of things to do. When people come here, they think Hollywood. The walk of fame. Universal Studios. You couldn’t be further from the LA atmosphere and closer to the cliches than those sights. Here are five much better things you can … More 5 Things to do Off-the-beaten-path in Los Angeles
As travelers, we are constantly looking to outside countries, cultures, and traditions to supplement our views of the world and ourselves. One of the most confusing places to grapple with this is the tiny, city-state island that is Singapore. The small, 30-mile country famously went from a poor shipping port to one of the wealthiest … More The Singapore Question
Dear Readers, I am very excited to announce that my next big trip will be in April to Peru, Argentina, and Patagonia! Below is a brief outline of where I’ll be headed with my beautiful girlfriend Thyme. I can’t wait to be in awe at the Inkan sites of Cusco, the food scene of Lima, … More Next Stops: Peru, Argentina, Patagonia!
Hey everybody, my writing about my experiences at an elephant sanctuary in Thailand is being featured on the blog for the clothing company Havaiii. Please enjoy here: https://havaiii.com/blogs/culture/primal-encounters
Thailand has become one of the hottest tourist destinations around the world. While this can be a great thing for travelers wanting to see the beautiful country, the poor residents, and the local economies, it doesn’t come without negative impacts on the country’s people, its wildlife, and its infrastructure. Elephant “Sanctuaries” While there are a … More Five Things to Avoid for Ethical Travel in Thailand
For those who have read my previous posts about San Francisco, you know that I am no stranger to the Bay Area. My dad and aunt lived here for most of my childhood, and since they moved to Colorado, a steady stream of friends have trickled into the City, continuing my reluctant love affair with … More 10 Off-the-beaten-path Activities in San Francisco