London: Playgrounds Edition

London: Playgrounds Edition

Last summer, I took my freedom to travel for granted. Fast forward to 2020, where our new normal includes school closures, social distancing, travel bans, and quarantines. The new disease, named COVID-19, changed our daily life. The situation has escalated quickly around the world. The United States is now the new epicenter of SARS-CoV-2. If [...]

Mauritius: LUX* Le Morne

Mauritius: LUX* Le Morne

It has taken me almost a year to write this post. Although I shared my view regarding mother-daughter trips on the local blog entitled Flagstaff Mom Collective (click here to read the post if you wish), I never wrote about my trip with my daughter in detail on my blog. I have no excuse apart [...]

Barcelona: The City of Gaudi

Barcelona: The City of Gaudi

Barcelona is the capital of Catalonia, this vibrant city is a major tourist hotspot. It is one of the most visited cities in Spain with 20 million tourists each year. That is a lot of visitors in addition to the 1.7 million residents living within the administrative limits of the city. It comes to no [...]

Sedona: Devil’s Bridge Trail

Sedona: Devil’s Bridge Trail

Sedona is located in northern Arizona, the town is surrounded by red-rock buttes and pine forests. The iconic red rocks formations are pretty much everywhere however, hiking various trails will give you a close up of the majestic landscape. If you enjoy the outdoors and aren't scared to get dirty, this is definitely a place [...]

Discovering Venice: The City of Bridges

Discovering Venice: The City of Bridges

Venice is known for romantic gondola rides, beautiful cobblestone streets and over 400 fascinating bridges with majestic landmarks along the waterways. Venice was always on my bucket list but I was very skeptical to book our flight to Venice because I wasn't sure if my daughter would tolerate the long flight or do well with [...]