Archive for September, 2009

Jet Setting Frugality

Jet Setting Frugality

Jet setting and frugality may seem like something of an oxymoron because traveling costs money. Not only do you need the vacay time from work but if you work for yourself as I do, it means that whatever time and money you spend away hits you double cause it’s time you aren’t working ergo money [...]

Love Me Some Tacos

Love Me Some Tacos

Ok, so maybe I’m a little biased considering I’m working on the design for this project. While the graphics are in transition still, it hasn’t stopped Tacombi from rolling up in style at Fashion Night Out 2009 NYC. Parked in front of The Smile on Bond Street, the taco truck, known as Tacombi passed out free [...]

Travel Towel

Travel Towel

This handy little item (aka “my special towel”) is like a little shammy for the body.  It’s all you need for a camping trip and if you are in a super ghetto hotel with no towels (and we have been caught in a few) you will be thankful you brought this little guy along. It [...]

The Best Places to Eat on Kauai

With its fresh organic produce, top-notch farmers markets, and a healthy, sustainable relationship with the land, the topography makes this place a culinary heaven.

10 Very Handy & Most Overlooked Travel Items

10 Very Handy & Most Overlooked Travel Items

We’ve all been there, suitcase spilling over with items we think we’ll need while traveling – clothing, accessories, shoes…and while the old adage of less is more could not be more fitting when it comes to what to bring on vacation, there are a few items that you shouldn’t leave home without. Below, 10 very [...]

Hollywood & Wine Tasting in Santa Barbara

“Hollywood, some dreams come true, some don’t, but keep on dreaming this is Hollywood.” It’s the last line as the theme song of Pretty Woman plays, credits rolling and the one which echoes in my head as we whiz past some of LA’s most iconic landmarks. Replete with handwritten signs for star maps, the exclusive [...]

Home Sweet Home

We love to travel, it’s what this site was born from but at its heart is the excitement of adventure and discovery both far and near.

Venture to the outer boroughs: Flatbush Farm

Ashamedly, I know so little of Brooklyn despite having frequented for years the apartment of one of my best friends and recent x-lover, which means I know exactly 2 neighborhoods that run the length from the nearest subway to their front doors, without deviation…well with google maps and Hopstop, my newest favorite app on the [...]