I just got back from a second trip to Mexico City, and I'm already ready to go back. So many people asked me about what I did, what I ate, and why it's amazing, so I decided to write and share about this amazing city so everyone can visit and enjoy it too.
Portland isn't just about food. From my first post, it probably seems like all we did was eat! But when we weren't chowing down, we enjoyed many of the outdoor (and some indoor) activities the city had to offer. This included an "urban" hike and a more traditional hike outside of the city. After our food cart lunch, … Continue reading Portland is wonderful not weird – Part 2
My dear friend Kimen and I had been wanting to go to Portland for some time. In fact, I recently found a card she sent me in 2011 congratulating me on my graduation from bschool and planning fun times again in SF and Portland. Portland had become a foodie and tourist destination the last few years, and … Continue reading Portland is wonderful not weird – Part Delicious
After a relaxed getaway to Essaouira, we arrived back in bustling Marrakech. It is the third largest city in Morocco, after Casablanca and Rabat, and lies near the foothills of the snow-capped Atlas Mountains and a few hours from the Sahara Desert. It wasn't surprising to us why it's such a destination spot in Morocco. One … Continue reading March in Morocco – The Final Stop
After two great days in Fes, we were off to our next adventure in Morocco via train. Note: You cannot purchase your train tickets from outside of the country, so you must wait to purchase until after you arrive in-country. Our lovely hosts at Riad Laaroussa were kind enough to arrange our tickets for us. … Continue reading March in Morocco – Part Deux
Time for an international food and "hike" adventure... In January, my bschool friend Christine and I decided we desperately needed to go on a trip and take advantage of the strong US Dollar. The original plan was to go to Europe; the Euro hadn't been so cheap in 20 years! Christine wanted to go somewhere warm - i.e. … Continue reading March in Morocco – Part 1