Travel Nostalgia

Sometimes, when I close my eyes, I can still see myself walking uphill, leaving the Sunset District in San Francisco, on a warm November morning after a walk on Ocean Beach. That was my very last day of my two-month USA solo trip, before going back to post-graduation job hunting. Fast forward almost five years … More Travel Nostalgia

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Coco Bliss Coogee

The scenario “So where do you live?” “Who me? Oh, just at Coco Bliss Coogee,” is more accurate than you would think. Since the Queensland-born raw food and smoothie bowl start-up turned franchise Coco Bliss Collective opened up a branch on Coogee Bay Road, I have been spending my mornings trying every single bowl on … More Coco Bliss Coogee

Uber, Lyft and Sidecar: the new designated drivers in the US nightlife scene

From the computer to the iPod, the Silicon Valley has been making our lives easier for decades. It is only natural then that new frontier of going out – or I should say of going back home – had to be born there: through Uber, Lyft and Sidecar, the new taxi and car-sharing apps, having a designated … More Uber, Lyft and Sidecar: the new designated drivers in the US nightlife scene

Highlights of My Last Regret: a California read

While relaxing on the beaches of San Diego I decided to have a full immersion in California’s party life to get ready for my next stop – Los Angeles. And what better way to do it than reading North Morgan’s new novel? Here’s my review of “Highlights of My Last Regret.” “Highlights of My Last … More Highlights of My Last Regret: a California read

Finally California: chilling on the beaches of La Jolla

All the myths about California are true: once you get here, you never want to leave. Take a look at my weekend in La Jolla. La Jolla is a wealthy suburb just outside San Diego. You can get there with a short drive from the city or with bus 30 from Old Town. Home of … More Finally California: chilling on the beaches of La Jolla