If you’re mostly interested in my review of Mike’s Bikes rental bikes, feel free to skip to the end. If you also want to hear about my taco bike ride adventure, keep reading.
Let’s take a quick break from posts about Iceland and talk about my completely spontaneous trip to Costa Rica.
When I got back from Iceland on September 16th, I told myself I was going to hang out at home for a little while. However, a few days later, my friend Iris asked me if I could join her in Costa… Continue reading
Bourbon Street is an iconic place. You can’t visit the New Orleans French Quarter without hitting up Bourbon Street and experiencing all it has to offer. Of course, like any party destination, it has its ups and downs, especially for someone past their under-grad crazy co-ed stage of life.
So here it is, from blow outs to passing out,
The French Quarter is not a place known for its healthy choices, whether it be for food, drink, or general life decisions. But for those of you past the age of 21 spending more than a couple days in the French Quarter, you’ll probably want to take a little break from all the sugary drinks, carb-loaded beer, and questionable pizza… Continue reading
Several months ago, I was a guest of my friend Jorge’s Podcast, which is built into his blog Every Ist and Every Ism. Somehow I never posted on MY blog about it, which is a damn shame, because the Jorge and I are a delightful duo. I mean look at us, we even have a comic-book version of ourselves… Continue reading
During my stay at Rancho La Puerta, in Baja California, Mexico I had the privilege of taking a cooking class at La Cocina que Canta with visiting chef, David Cohen. You may have caught my other post about this experience, which included a recipe for a delicious Watermelon Gazpacho and a Quinoa Salad.
This recipe is for some… Continue reading