The fall colours in Crothers Woods in Toronto didn’t disappoint me. When the sun showed up after lunch time today, a friend and I went for a hike for two ...
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Venice Beach is everything. There’s the bold, the strong, the beautiful, the weird, the hip and the artist. It is a place that shows all we think of America—without the republicans! The Bold. They’re young but already bold to scale up and down the skateboarding pit. One false move could lead them to injury. The […]
The murals in Mission District in San Francisco are one of the things you shouldn’t miss to explore when you’re visiting the city. These murals are larger than life and many of them are labors of love from the artist to the community. Their subjects are mixed–politics, religion, heroism, teenage angst, life as immigrants and […]
I almost fainted as soon as I stepped inside the International Travelers House – Adventure Hostel in San Diego. Few feet before I reached the reception, a shirtless, blonde hunk was mopping the floor, his toned muscles were flexing like they were teasing a stranger—and those smooth muscles already got me at hello. LOL… When […]
When I say Hollywood, I don’t mean Los Angeles. I mean the Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles, the Entertainment Capital of the World. Hollywood is made for tourists. It’s heavily-infested with tourists of all types, from all over the world. Hollywood Boulevard is a long street where you can sashay down the Hollywood Walk of […]
Here are some of the photos of Nuit Blanche Toronto 2014-Walk Among The Worlds installation. We didn’t really explore so many art installations last night, except the ones along Spadina Road and nearby streets/alleys. We started at almost midnight and was back home around 5:30 in the morning. Going inside the Walk Among The Clouds […]
Lombard Street in San Francisco, California is hailed as the crookedest street in the world. But, in real life, that title belongs to Vermont Street (on 20 and 22 streets). There are even other streets in the city that are steepier than the famed, touristy street. Having climbed up and down the block, I’m guessing […]