Jetsetting

Welcome to Albania! | Traveling Solo in Tirana – A Memoir

"Nice lady, think. You need to ask yourself, why do people not come to Albania?" I was sitting in a loud outdoor cafe with a lit American Spirit cigarette in hand, while looking directly into the eyes of my server. He had just set down a silver bowl of ice cream and a glass of… Continue reading Welcome to Albania! | Traveling Solo in Tirana – A Memoir

Food Journals

What I ate in the Czech Republic – Part Two | A Food Journal

Two trips into Czech Republic equaled out to a lot of food and drink. As a food and travel blogger, this has always been a typical thing for me, and I always intertwine the food culture of a country with my travels. I feel it is important to engage all the senses while visiting any… Continue reading What I ate in the Czech Republic – Part Two | A Food Journal

Global Dining

Esther’s Kitchen – Chef James Trees | Modern Italian Cuisine in Las Vegas’s Art District

Chef James Trees is one of our favorite chefs here in Las Vegas, and he has opened up several outstanding restaurants- Esther's Kitchen, Al Solito Posto, and Ada's Wine Bar. All of them happen to be a few of my Vegas favorites, as well as my friends who love to dine. Esther's Kitchen was our… Continue reading Esther’s Kitchen – Chef James Trees | Modern Italian Cuisine in Las Vegas’s Art District

Global Dining

A Classic Scottish Afternoon Tea | The Balmoral in Edinburgh

I have always delighted in the whole experience of afternoon tea; the formality and the deliciousness that comes with a proper tea service. There are many interpretations of afternoon tea from a casual café setting, to the opulence of a Palm Court. The Balmoral Hotel There are not many stylish Palm Courts left in the… Continue reading A Classic Scottish Afternoon Tea | The Balmoral in Edinburgh

Food Journals

What I ate in LUXEMBOURG – A Food Journal

Luxembourg Gastronomy, I wish I had more time to dive into it. This was another country that I need to re-visit with a more serious focus on their cuisine. I only had a couple of days out in Luxembourg City because I had to play catch up with a bit of writing. Everything worked out… Continue reading What I ate in LUXEMBOURG – A Food Journal

Food Journals

What I ate in ESTONIA – A Food Journal

Crossing into Tallinn, Estonia by bus from Riga, Latvia marked a huge travel milestone for me. It was the moment that I had accomplished one of my big travel goals; to visit every Baltic State, Eastern European, and Balkan country.  I did it in four years from the time that I fell in love with… Continue reading What I ate in ESTONIA – A Food Journal

Food Journals

What I ate in BELARUS – A Food Journal

Belarus was an intriguing country, I will give it that. I did enjoy my time there, and never felt unsafe during my visit in 2019. Not to long before my arrival, Belarus had just opened up Visa-Free to 75+ countries, including the USA. The only catch was that you had to enter and leave from… Continue reading What I ate in BELARUS – A Food Journal

Global Dining

The Kielbasa Van in Krakow, Poland | Will Travel For Food

I knew I meant business as a serious food enthusiasts when I traveled back to Krakow, Poland to eat at the Kielbasa Van- will travel for food! I missed it on my first trip, and came back four years later. The first time I read about the van was in 2015 right before my first… Continue reading The Kielbasa Van in Krakow, Poland | Will Travel For Food

Global Dining

Aleria – A prestigious Award Winning Restaurant in Athens, Greece

I had messaged my chef friend here in Vegas, "There are no reservations available!" For a couple of days, I was trying to land online reservations for Aleria Restaurant in Athens after my friend, Chef Paras Shah, recommended it. I had been researching fine dining establishments in Athens when Paras made the suggestion. After reading… Continue reading Aleria – A prestigious Award Winning Restaurant in Athens, Greece

Jetsetting, UNESCO

Indiana Jones and The Lost City of Petra | UNESCO World Heritage Site

Once upon a time before the internet, travel blogs, and social media that showcased breathtaking destinations- a generation of movie goers had our first glimpse of Petra by watching "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade". For myself and others who watched Harrison Ford and Sean Connery riding horseback towards a sandstone temple in the middle… Continue reading Indiana Jones and The Lost City of Petra | UNESCO World Heritage Site