Chocolate Coconut Almond Granola | VEGAN |

 

Don’t you just love coconut? Maybe I’m a bit obsessed but I put it in like everything these days. Granola, oatmeal, as body lotion… It’s just so good. I know the coconut train has already come and gone but I think we need to bring it back. What do ya’ll think?

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On Drinking Wine Everyday…

I think we need to talk… I may have a problem… I drink wine every day.

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Photo by Guillermo Nolasco

It all started in Australia where Goon is super cheap and hostel life demands alcohol to Continue reading

Feeling Homesick At Home

When people ask me if I ever get homesick while traveling I always answer yes but… I don’t want to go home. It’s a funny situation for me where I miss my family, I miss my friends, I may even miss some of the things about my home city. I mean, Austin is an amazing city!

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My Favorite City in Poland | Gdańsk |

wp_20160725_024-2If you read my last post on Poland, you will know that I absolutely loved this country. It’s rich with history yet thriving and on the way up with so much opportunity, not to mention absolutely gorgeous!

During my almost three week stay, I visited three cities; Krakow, Warsaw, and Gdansk. While each one enchanted me in their own way, one truly took my heart. That is Gdansk.  Gdansk is a small coastal town in the northern point of the country along the Baltic Sea. It’s most popular among Polish, Russian, and Balts, as a nice little beach getaway during the summer, which means English is slightly harder to come by but you can still get around. Continue reading

Breaking Bread with Strangers

It’s late in the evening as I check into my hostel. I am a return visitor at this particular hostel in Sydney, having stayed two weeks earlier in my trip before heading up the East coast to Cairns on the typical backpacker route. Now I was back for only a few nights before my flight to Bangkok.

I was happy to see familiar faces, the many people that made me stay two weeks in the first place, and was greeted with warm embraces. My home away from home. Continue reading