Turkey: Globally, Historically and Uniquely Your’s

After being back in the United States for 2 months I have had plenty of time to reflect and reminisce about my 8 weeks in the nation of Turkey. It took my a few days but I finally came to an understanding of why I love this country so much now and why it is…

Experiencing the United Airlines Boeing 787 Dreamliner

Hi All, It has definitely been too long since I last posted something. Im going to do a quick post on something that is way overdue. THE BOEING 787 DREAMLINER  For Thanksgiving break in 2012 I decided I’d head to Houston to visit a cousin of mine. Coincidently I found out that United Airlines was…

Review: Alila Villas Uluwatu, Bali

Bali, Indonesia. The exotic island paradise that so many travelers head to during their holidays. But it can be difficult when it comes time to choose which hotel to stay at because there are simply too many in Bali, and I feel like there are new ones opening all the time! This time we opted…

Yup! Seafood, it’s an addiction.

It’s a fact, Taiwanese people are seafood lovers, and this really shouldn’t come as a surprise because we are after all people of an island nation! To address the need for Taipei city goers to get their hands on fresh seafood without having to drive out to the coastal ports, the Taipei Fish Market (台北魚市) was…

Sun Moon Lake, Taiwan

Sun Moon Lake: hey all, Two weekends ago I made my 3rd visit to Sun Moon Lake in Nantou County in Central Taiwan. This is one of Taiwan’s most popular and famous tourist spots and it isnt surprising to see why. The name of the lake comes from the shape of the lake, one side…

The Qantas A380 LAX-SYD-LAX

Hey there! Wow, it has been a while since I last posted! For my spring break this year my family and I ventured out to the land down under. I flew from St. Louis to Los Angeles then onwards to Sydney. I purposely bought my specific flights because of one thing: to fly the Qantas…