Fitz Roy (Laguna de Los Tres) Hiking Guide | El Chalten, Patagonia Hikes

Mount Fitz Roy hike is one of the most beautiful hikes in Patagonia, Argentina. It rivals the Las Torres hike in Torres del Paine. This hiking guide tells you everything you need to know about this hiking trail in Los Glaciares National Park.

You may not recognize Mt. Fitz Roy by its name, but you must have heard of the clothing brand Patagonia. The Patagonia logo is actually an outline of the Fitz Roy mountain in Patagonia, Argentina. Mt. Fitz Roy is the tallest mountain in the Argentine Patagonia, boarding Chile and Argentina near the town of El Chalten and it’s one of the most technically difficult for mountaineering. Continue reading

First Timer’s Travel Guide to London

Traveling to London for the first time? This guide will tell you everything you need to know to plan a trip to London.

London is a very popular destination with almost 20 millions of visitors every year. It’s a huge city but it’s relatively easy to navigate around. It also helps that everyone speaks English (and so many other languages) so you can never get stranded without help. In this guide, I will tell you literally everything you need to know while visiting London. This includes how to get in, how to get around, where to stay, where to visit, when to visit, and many more! Continue reading

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Patagonia Day Hike: Mirador Las Torres, Torres del Paine, Chile

If there is one hike you must do in Torres del Paine in Patagonia, it would be the Mirador Las Torres hike.

When you Google Search “Patagonia”, the images that will come up the most often is that of Las Torres, located in Torres del Paine, Chile. It is THE ionic hike in all of Chile and Chilean Patagonia. A trip to Patagonia is not complete without doing the Mirador Las Torres hike along the W Trek.  Continue reading

Where To Brunch In New York City

Brunch is a huge part of the dining culture in New York, therefore there is no shortage of brunch places in New York. It actually can get quite overwhelming trying to decide where to brunch every weekend. As a food lover and fatty at heart, I tried to do new brunch places every couple of weeks. Brunch in New York is not only pancakes and Eggs Benedict, there are many regional inspired brunch that will satisfy any cravings you may have. Continue reading

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2 Week Peru and Bolivia Itinerary

Thinking about traveling to Peru and Bolivia but not sure where to start? That’s how I felt when I first started planning my 2 week trip to Peru and Bolivia. A lot of my friends told me that they wish they’d backpacked Peru & Bolivia together as the countries are right next to each other and the cultures are similar. I took their advice to plan a 2 week Peru and Bolivia tour and it was the perfect amount of time to see the highlights of both countries. Continue reading

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Practical Guide Of Uyuni Salt Flat 3 Day Tour, Bolivia

Thinking about doing the 3 day tour of Uyuni Salt Flat? Wondering how to survive the Salt Flat? Curious on what you will see on the Salt Flat Tour? This guide tells you everything about the tour!

Uyuni Salt Flat (Salar de Uyuni) in Bolivia has always been on my list of things to visit in South America ever since I saw a pictures of it on the internet. The landscape especially the mirror effect looked almost unreal and I just had to see it with my own eyes. During our 2 week trip to Peru and Bolivia, we got the chance to take a 3 day tour of Uyuni Salt Flat to explore this amazing landscape and surrounding areas in Bolivia Continue reading

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Highlights of My 2017 Travels

Can you believe it’s almost 2018? Wow, 2017 went by super fast! Looking back, I realized that I hit a new continent this year! South America marks my 5th continent (Just missing Australia and Antarctica now). Contrary to what you may think, I don’t travel full time. It’s rather challenging to balance a full time job with occasional traveling but I think I utilized my limited vacation time quite well this year. Now a recap of my travel highlights this year: I hit 3 continents this year outside of the US and added a few new countries to my list! Continue reading