Four Days in Seoul, South Korea

Seoul is a very bright, busy, high tech city that is not at all like Tokyo. The city is home to many typical "Asian" street markets, meaning motorcycles zoom around you, people are yelling at you to buy their food, and has a dirtier vibe than clean, civilized Japanese markets. Aside from all of the... Continue Reading →

Your Guide To The Japanese Alps

Matsumoto, Kanazawa, and Takayama are three great cities to go to in between Tokyo and Kyoto. They are all small, friendly places and are all very easy to get to by train, but it does require a little backtracking. I recommend staying in Matsumoto for 1 night to see the famous castle, Kanazawa for 2 nights... Continue Reading →

Three Days in Tokyo, Japan

Tokyo is the roaring capital of Japan and is all around amazing. I know some people compare it to New York City, but it is nothing like it. The city is high tech, having trains like Shinkansen zoom around at 280 mph, culturally stunning with its amazing temples, shrines, and palaces, and just like the... Continue Reading →

Eating Your Way Through Japan

Japanese food has always been my favorite in LA, so I couldn't imagine how good it would be in Japan! Throughout our whole trip, we ate ramen, soba, udon, sushi, shabu shabu, and tons of street food. In the end, I surprisingly liked the soups better than the sushi which was weird because sushi used... Continue Reading →

Sydney, Australia in Five Days

Out of every city that we went to in Australia, Sydney was my favorite. There was just something about it that was so fun and easy going and it honestly reminded me of LA with the buildings, food, diverse people, and the struggle of getting around with public transportation. Also, the weather was always warm with... Continue Reading →

Your Guide to the Outback, Mate!

During our 2 ½ day excursion in Uluru, we had an experience of a lifetime! We rode camels  at sunset, saw an amazing light exhibit, hiked right under the 2,831 foot giant, Uluru, and stayed in a cluster of hotels far away from any living things other than dingoes, snakes, a ton of flies, occasional kangaroos, and... Continue Reading →

Melbourne in Four Days

Melbourne (pronounced Mel-bin for the locals), a fun city in Australia, is perfect for families like us. We found a lot of kid-things to do, and also took an amazing road trip down the Great Ocean Road. There are a lot a great food options, nice people, and really cool areas to explore. We also found... Continue Reading →

Three Days in Montréal

Montréal is a nice, culturally-developed city in Québec, Canada. My sister and I have never been to France, so this was a sneak-peak of what it probably looks like. Everyone in Old Montréal (where we stayed) spoke French, and many of the shops sold baguettes, croissants, and other French food. Throughout Montréal, you can find... Continue Reading →

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