It’s the season. That feeling. It’s almost tangible. The smell of cinnamon brewing. The line at Starbucks annoyingly longer than usual. And Nat King Cole’s “Christmas Song” playing on every speaker, everywhere.
Remember that Mexico City is, and has ever been, the sun in the Mexican solar system. A stroll through the buzzing downtown area reveals the capital’s storied history, from its pre-Hispanic underpinnings and colonial-era splendor to its contemporary edge. Organized chaos rules in this high-octane megalopolis, like, I’ve never seen that many people in my life. And I’ve been to Tokyo and Bangkok. Yet rest assured that the city offers plenty of escape valves in the way of old-school cantinas, intriguing museums, dramatic murals and secret ruins. If you have been saying, “Yeah I have been to Mexico” i.e. your experience involves Cabo, Cancun, and/or a Corona, you haven’t truly been to Mexico.
Book a window seat for your flight to Sydney: day or night, this city sure is good-lookin’. Scratch the surface and it only gets better.
Warm-natured, sun-kissed, and naturally sexy, Sydney is rather like its lucky, lucky residents. Situated on one of the world’s most striking harbors, where the twin icons of the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge steal the limelight, the relaxed Australian city is surprisingly close to nature. Within minutes you can be riding the waves on Bondi Beach, bushwalking in Manly, or gazing out across Botany Bay, where the first salt-encrusted Europeans arrived in the 18th century. You can understand why they never wanted to leave.
Clearly, I’m DOMESTIC AF. Yeah I know, you’re surprised, but it’s no surprise how much Halloween is deeply rooted in me. It’s not a holiday, it’s a way of life. My true hidden talents come out when I entertain. And especially when I entertain during the month of October.
Where you spend your half-birthday says a critical amount of information about you. There a few cities in the world that I would choose to spend multiple getaways in. San Francisco is definitely one of those. Friscos’ reputation as a rollicking city where almost anything goes dates back to the boom-or-bust days of the California gold rush. It’s always been this way: This city is so beautiful, so exciting and diverse, and so cosmopolitan that you can always find something new to see and do no matter if it’s your 1st or 50th visit.
First of many adventures with Danny & Connor. Shannon Ireland was our first stop. Our stay at The Savoy Hotel in Limerick was perfect. If you go to Ireland, stay there. Visited the cliffs of Moher – standing 702 feet at their highest point the cliffs stretch for 5 miles along the Atlantic coast of County Clare. There is true magic in the green hills and white mists of Ireland.
Some of the great times during the summer in St. George, Utah 2015. There is nowhere like the red cliffs of Southern Utah, the giant sand dunes, the ATV trails at Sand Hollow, the skimboarding spots, the longboarding hills, and the wide open desert skies to be free and have fun.