Ancient Culture in the Imperial City

Cusco is a vibrant city absorbed in ancient culture and colorful traditions. Nestled away 11,000 ft high in the Andes mountains, Cusco is known as the former capital of the Incan Empire and the gateway to Machu Picchu. Alongside one of the marvelous wonders of the world, there is plenty…

A Phenomenal Peruvian Cross-Country Adventure

Peru is a unique South American country with an extraordinarily diverse landscape. With the Amazon Rainforest to the North, arid coastlines to the West, and the towering Andes Mountains down South, each trip has the potential to be vastly different. Of course you can skip everything and head straight for…

Everything You Need to Know Before Visiting Peru

This year turned out just as crazy as 2020, but we are finally back again with some more international travels! This time we are headed to Peru! With the continually changing travel bans and Peru entry requirements, it is quite a hassle staying updated with the latest information. Fortunately we…

Hey Guys!

Hope all 7 of you that read this are doing well! Just giving a quick update on the life of an unknown travel blogger. Travel blogging during another pandemic sure is crazy. With so many travel bans and delta variants going around, it’s hard to get around to…

Tasting the Magnificent Flavors of the Windy City

Chicago food is renowned for some of the most unique dishes in the country. The signature foods you’ll find are influenced by many diverse cultures. In addition to the iconic deep dish pizza, Chicago offers a ton of tasty meals that will leave a lasting impression. Rejoice for we have…

Tasting the Signature Dishes of New Orleans

The South is famous for its culinary fusion of Cajun, Creole, and other fried comfort dishes. New Orleans food is some of the best in the US, so we had to dedicate an entire post for it. We traveled to the best restaurants trying the most iconic meals. …

Reflecting on My Favorite Cities Thus Far

As another year goes by, I find a certain catharsis from reflecting on all the places I’ve been. And yet another reason to create a list…I realize I’m very fortunate to have been able to visit so many cities across the world. Even so, There’s still so many places left…

Captivating Sights in the Nation’s Capitol

Washington DC is a charming city with tons of iconic monuments, historic museums, and prestigious buildings. The capitol of the United States embodies the political ambiance you would expect. But what is there left to do after the pandemic has ravaged the district? D.C. is currently in phase 2 of…

How I Traveled to 5 Continents in 5 Years

Setting goals is an import part personal development. On my long term path towards traveling to all 7 continents, I decided it was invigorating to celebrate the short term achievements of traveling to 5 continents in 5 years along the way. Plus I just really love crossing off bucket list…

Eclectic Sightseeing in the Empire State

Ah New York City. How I’ve longed to do a bucket list tour of the city that never sleeps. Being born and raised in the Big Apple means I’ve had plenty of time to explore this ginormous city. Although it’s true that you have to leave your hometown in order…

Eclectic Emissary

Your Passport for Traveling and Thinking Different

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