Imagine palm tree-lined streets full of unique boutiques, locally-owned restaurants and an abundance of wine tasting rooms (supplied by the nearby Santa Ynez wineries). Although many people only know Santa Barbara for its tourist-swarmed beaches or its notorious party university (go Gauchos!), we’re here to show you how to do Santa Barbara like a local.
Photo via Tau0 Ahh, yes. The Pacific Northwest. This area is known for their lush greenery (a very different landscape than the yellow/brown desert I have become accustomed to), delicious coffee and a very unique rock scene. I went to Seattle in early June, so when the blog I manage for one of the brands […]
I write to you, live, from the Garden Isle, Kauai! Once I get back to “the big island” (aka the continental USA), I’ll fill you in on tips/tricks for living in paradise. Until then, enjoy this picture I took one morning when I woke up at 5 am.
No, not that Venice. I live a few miles from Venice Beach but had never really explored it, so when two of my friends come college came up to Los Angeles to visit me, I figured it was a perfect opportunity. Our day trip included a walk down Abbott Kinney, seeing the sights on Venice […]
This past weekend, I went was showing my friend around and I look him to The Lab which is an “anti-mall” in Costa Mesa. It’s fun to remind yourself that even your own city can have adventures.