SALTA: What to do and EAT

I’ve always been curious about the north of Argentina, and finally I’m here! I first arrived to Salta, the capital of the Province of Salta, on a late Thursday night in May. The mornings and evenings are cold, but the afternoon sun shines down, begging you to remove your scarf. Whenever I told someone I … More SALTA: What to do and EAT

A Weekend in LA

Reading Time: 11 minutes LA in One Weekend: The Breakdown The last time I went to LA was in 2007. Pre-smart phones, pre-Uber, pre-apps. Somehow I looked up all the buses to take me to all the tourist attractions. I had seen the Chinese Theatre, the Hollywood star walk, Rodeo Drive, Santa Monica Pier. This … More A Weekend in LA

Barcelona a muerte

Barcelona passed by quickly in a blur of admiring Gaudi, sitting in plazas, eating tapas, cañas en plazas, copas en casa, hiking en las montañas, meeting new friends, catching up with dear old friends- one of which I hadn’t seen since my time as a study abroad student in Sevilla 12 years ago- when he … More Barcelona a muerte

Comin’ in hot

We woke to slight winds but sunny skies, surrounded by red and orange mountains on all sides. After our necessary Maxim fix (Koreans always have individually packed coffee sticks on hand), we set off for a hike that would kick my ass- literally (well, at least my thigh). The scenery was beautiful, fall leaves everywhere. … More Comin’ in hot