Travel Finds

welcome to Thailand!

After time traveling for almost 24 hours we finally arrived in Thailand! One of our first adventures in Krabi was to head off to Railay Beach on a long tail boat. This was one of the best days EVER. We were there during the rainy season but that just added to the adventure. We drank cocktails in caves, almost got pick pocketed by a pack of monkeys and frolicked in the 80 degree ocean water. Railay Beach did not disappoint… now off to Koh Samui! IMG_4745 FullSizeRender 2

hollywood sign

If you live in Southern California, hiking in Griffith Park is a must! They have three trails ranging from 3 to 6 miles, and you get to see the famous Hollywood sign overlooking the Hollywood Hills. We chose to do the easy hike which was a little over an hour and took our time stopping for pictures along the way. Go check this off your bucket list and have a possible star sighting along the way!

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Have you ever thought of going to Lima? Think again. If you do though, you MUST visit the fabulous flagship museum by Mario Testino. My friend and I decided to lay over in Lima for a night and after several glasses of champagne, the Mario Testino gallery became one of the highlights of our entire trip. With his amazing photography ranging from Vogue to Vanity Fair, we were in awe of this little gem we found. Not to mention it’s a non-profit with the proceeds helping Peruvian development and culture.


Je Taime

For those of you that have been, you know the “I left my heart in Paris” withdrawals are real. It’s not just the food, culture or overall ambiance you feel when you are there, it truly does stay with you when you leave. Maybe it’s the heart locket or mystery surrounding the couples names on the locks, but this is one of my favorite picture I snapped there.


Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu, which is nestled in the small town of Urubamba, is by far the closest thing to heaven on earth. Just stepping off the train in the pitch dark gave me a strange feeling of an energy I have never felt before. The only word to describe it is mystical. We hiked 3,000 steps in the rain but it was an adventure in every sense of the word! Let’s just say – the view was worth it. 😉


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