Over the past few weeks I’ve been exploring adulthood a bit, by traveling and spending time in Seattle, and the PNW. I wanted to share some stunning photos from my travels so far. I did a mini Twilight tour, stayed in Forks, WA and hiked to different La Push beaches. I’ve been trying to do some hiking every week, which is a certainly amazing change from New York. The West coast is breathtaking and riding the ferry into Seattle is a commute I’d take any day. I will keep you
Lake Tahoe is one of largest lakes in the United States. Majority of it falls in California, while part of it is also in Nevada. We visited South Lake Tahoe on very chilly summer day (we couldn’t make sense of how cold it was in June as well!).Here is a guide for where to go, what to see and what to eat: Day 1: Where to go: Drive from San Francisco to Lake Tahoe We drove late at night from San Francisco to Lake Tahoe and stayed over night. We
San Francisco is on everyone’s must visit list! Here is a guide for where to go, what to see and what to eat in the city by the bay: We grabbed our coats and beanies, and headed over to the foggy city for a 3 day adventure. Since, we were on a road trip, we wanted to find a hotel with free parking (Almost all hotels charge for parking). So we would suggest, getting there and ditching your car because the public transportation, like New York or London, is great!
Did you ever get stuck at an airport? Here is what you need to cope up with travel delays I recently had a flight delay that lasted over four hours. And while it was pretty tough, I was happy to have some extra items to keep myself from feeling stressed out, and uncomfortable. Here are the items I packed in a carry on which kept me sane through hours of waiting: 1. Makeup Remover Wipes – to clean your face after feeling that gross airport feeling, or to take off
The Highway 1 drive is a must do during your California trip. Here is a guide for where to go, what to see and what to eat: Day 1: Where to go: Drive on Highway 1 from LA to Big Sur Tip: Since the drive was pretty long (but extremely scenic and breath-taking!) from LA to Big Sur, I recommend the following: What to do: Stop at Malibu Beach Explore Santa Barbara Visit the Hearst Castle Stay over night in one of the many lodges and resorts in Big Sur