The last stop on our Mexican Riviera Cruise with Princess was Cabo San Lucas. Though our time in this city was very short we had a wonderful time on our Luxury Day Sailing excursion. Off of the ship and onto a 50ft luxury sailboat. You’ll sail by the iconic El Arco, a natural landmark, and massive rock formation. After some time cruising the waters the boat anchors in a beautiful cove where you can swim, snorkel or stand
We arrived in Mazatlan just before the sunrise. Having the balcony was one of my favorite things onboard our ship. Watching the sunrise is a lot easier when all you have to do is roll out of bed! I woke up early and watched the ship dock and the sun rise over Mazatlan. Quite a beautiful view don’t you agree? Before heading out for the day, we enjoyed a light breakfast on board. We planned to do the
I’m off in Vietnam but wanted to share these Parmesan Potato roses I made for eBay are as delicious as they look. With a little bit of patience you can impress your Thanksgiving guest with this beautiful dish! Check out the full recipe here.
Puerto Vallarta was the first port stop along the Mexican Riviera – We arrived at 10 am and had a till 8 pm to explore the city. We started the day with a jungle zip-lining excursion. We put on sunblock and mosquito repellent as we headed into the jungle. It is an hour drive from the port to the zip lining location but a pleasant way to see the city by car. When we arrived, the staff instructed
As a child, I remember going on cruises a lot. My family would pack up the car and drive 8-hours from Georgia to Port Canaveral, Florida. Cruising was an easy way for my family to travel since everything is pre-planned which allowed my parents to relax and enjoy. In October Princess Cruises invited Y and me to join them on a Mexican Riviera cruise. Our voyage was a seven-day cruise on the Ruby Princess. We sailed from LA
This post is sponsored by SPLENDA® Brand. All thoughts and opinions are always my own. Thank you for supporting our partners! When I lived in Atlanta, I remember the leaves changing from bright greens to a vibrant palette of red, orange and yellow hues. The air crisp and cool with the humidity of summer behind us. I miss seeing the change of seasons, but I’ve found a way to bring that nostalgic Fall feeling into my Southern California
In early October we headed up to Yosemite National Park for a quick weekend trip. I’ve been to Yosemite National Park before but never camped inside the park. We booked our campsite at Lower Pines Campground six months in advance but it was worth the wait. The convenience of being centrally located and the ability to take a shuttle everywhere was nice. You should plan early my friends! Read the campground reservation site carefully and mark your calendars
I am excited to share I have a few prints on Anthropologie.com this Fall/Winter! The Parisian Scene is available now and the others will be rolling out later this year. All printed in the USA on archival paper and come ready to hang in your frame of choice. As a long time fan of Antropologie it feels quite surreal to have my own prints on their site. I hope you’ll consider adding one of these prints to your
The Eames House also know as the Case Study House #8 is a hidden gem in Los Angeles. Designed by Charles and Ray Eames – designers of the very popular Eames Lounge Chair. Nested in the Pacific Palisades the Eames House is landmark of mid-20th century modern architecture, which you know I love! The Eames House consist of two buildings made of glass and steel one of which they used as a home and the other a studio.
If you find yourself in LA with some free time, rent a bike and ride along the coast. It’s been one of my favorite past times despite the fact that it has been a while. Last weekend we dusted off our bikes and headed to the beach. The weather finally cooled down a bit by the beach and by 8am it was filled with early morning riders and surfers. We started the ride in Redondo Beach and worked