Instead of thinking about the shit storm that was 2016, I’m just gonna reminisce about all the cool places I got to visit! Hooray for navel-gazing oblivion!
Day 2 of the 3-Day Quote Challenge (are these supposed to be consecutive days?? whatever). Today’s theme: change and nostalgia.
Don’t fall for the hype–some popular recommendations in San Francisco are actually terrible. You can’t believe everything travel bloggers tell you. Some humble advice for your trip to San Francisco, and musings on how to be a more ethical tourist.
Once upon a time, overeager developers looked at the picturesque California coastline and thought, Hell yeah, we’ve won the jackpot right here. What they failed to realize (or maybe just chose to ignore) is that you can’t have anything this beautiful and with such great weather without a downside. In this case, the downside is… Continue reading The university of the waves
Find yourself bored in LA on a Sunday night? Put on your dancing shoes, get out to Echo Park and get your disco on!
What no one tells about moving to a cheap central European country is that it absolutely ruins your ability to enjoy restaurants in more expensive places. Coming back to Oakland for the first time since I left for Poland last August, I continually had to pick my jaw off the ground when I saw menu… Continue reading Eat in Oakland: Sacred Wheel
I can’t remember the last time I went to Echo Park Lake… I know it was some time when I was a child, before they re-modeled and re-opened the pretty new park they have now. When I was growing up, Echo Park and the surrounding neighborhoods were much poorer and considered unsafe. How accurate this… Continue reading Romantic Ramblings: Echo Park Lake