San Diego, California
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Grammy award winning musician, health-conscious lifestyle vegan (mainly raw vegan foods) and yogi.
I have traveled the world on concert tours and spent 22 months on the road promoting my album "We Sing. We Dance. We Steal Things.". I have visited major global cities to off the beaten path surf spots.
Hi Liz! For next time you're in Flagstaff:WHyld AssS San Francisco StIts sub-heading says it all.100% organic100% Plant-based100% LoveWe all know major coffee chains are actually in the milk and sugar business with poor pastries that come from a truc... See More
On the drive down, check out Emporium of Postmodern Activities. It's cool a bicycle, surf, motorcycle, and coffee shop.When you're in Oceanside, you have to go to Hill Street Cafe for their avocado burrito! Close to La Jolla, Jitter's Coffee Shop is ... See More
For pastries and espresso, go to O Cafe . High quality espresso for pennies and amazing baked goods. Posh yet tangible. Has a locals only feel. Very fancy and very delicious. Back has a view if u like but they charge you extra to sit back there by y... See More
Bali is amazing. For shopping, Bali Deli is the biggest market for imports (and some local produce and product). It's a great spot to know about, especially if you need something in particular. The Temple of Enthusiasm has thai inspired food and ... See More
I know of a couple good yoga studios. At Jivamukti Yoga School, kirtan chanting is always a part of the class. An inspired form of yoga created by David Life and Sharon Gannon. Pure Yoga is a gorgeous studio with enlightening teachers. See More
Kurkku Village is a must. Owned and operated by international music producer Takeshi Kobayshi, Kurkku Village is Built out of shipping containers and reclaimed materials. designed by world famous architect Masamichi Katayama, it's a little bit art ... See More
The Uffizi line is very long. Inside are rich family’s statue collection and many stunning alter pieces. Best part are the tapestries.The Accademia is more enjoyable and easier to get in than Uffizi. Has a wicked instrument exhibit. Play the big bras... See More