We were sitting in the back seat of Matsu-san’s little jeep, climbing the rolling hills of Wazuka, Japan. The road was curvy, I was worried I would get carsick (I’m always carsick) the only thing that really helps is closing my eyes. But I couldn’t stop looking at this view… We were in Japanese green […]
When I travel, I love to find new and uncommon ...
Last weekend we held our latest #SweetsCrawl, an occasional EIT reader meetup and dessert-fueled city walking tour. We’ve done them several times before in various cities in California. It’s a fun way to get out and do what I love to do–travel and eat! This time around we explored local bakeries, sweets shops, and foodie things to do in Sacramento, […]
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of KAYAK. The opinions and text are all mine. How would you spend a summer weekend in San Francisco? Travel search engine, KAYAK, asked me to share my best summer travel tips to help sync up with the launch of their Summer Travel Hacker Guide. […]
Not my photo, sadly. Source: Nathan Richey One It was 2011. I was in Southern Oregon with Kevin’s dad and brother for a wildlife photography conference and road trip up the Oregon coast. I was most excited to visit Crater Lake National Park to see the deep blue volcanic lake rimmed with white snow. As we drove to the […]
FOOD + DRINK
I’m very excited to announce the date of our next #SweetsCrawl reader meetup & local food tour! Mark your calendars and save this date: Saturday, June 11. This time, we’ll be exploring Sacramento, our California State Capitol and a pretty darn exciting food city. Sacramento is the gateway to California’s agricultural Central Valley and is surrounded by 1.5 million […]
When I travel, I love to find new and uncommon foods from around the world. I always visit local markets and grocery stores to hunt unusual produce and regional ingredients. When I get home, I enjoy looking for those unique foods here in California. A few months back, I decided to plan a Bay Area […]