UX researcher by day, curator of cuteness by night.
Loves yummy foods, San-X, exploring new places, Postcrossing, Instagram, and tea time.
Hi there! I'm planning a trip to Peru in the next few months and have 1.5 - 2 weeks to explore. At the top of my list are the 4 day Inca Trail trek to Machu Picchu and seeing the Nazca Lines. My question - which one should I do first, assuming I will arrive and... See More
We'll be flying in and out of Copenhagen for a week in November (Yes, I know, maybe not the best time to visit, but not to worry, I'll be back in the summer sometime!). Any ideas for day/few day trips around the area? We were thinking of going up to the Helsingør... See More
What do you do when you book a flight, and then find a cheaper one (same or different airline)? Cancel and re-book? Nothing? I usually don't check back to see if prices dropped, but I recently downloaded the app, Fairfly, a service that says it will keep an eye... See More
Totally! I think the question I'd ask is, "Why wouldn't you move to another country to make your dreams come true?". I taught English in Japan years ago with the JET Programme , something I had wanted to do ever since graduating from... See More
I regularly visit Portland and for my next trip, I'd like to see some Mid-century modern architecture and homes. I'm planning on visiting some of the Rummer Homes in Beaverton, and the Architectural Heritage Center museum, but are there any other homes/museums/parks/structures... See More
It's no surprise (ok, sometimes it is if you don't read the small print) that some airlines charge for seat reservations on top of the ticket price. Generally we are not too picky about seats as long as they are next to each other. We recently traveled from Portugal... See More
Scandinavia has been on my list of travel wishes for a while now and I'm considering a trip to Stockholm in June. I'll only have a week, so I'm wondering if it's feasible to include Oslo or Copenhagen into the itinerary. If not, are there other must-see... See More
San Diego is a great choice for a honeymoon! Here are some of my top picks :) Packing a picnic lunch (you can pick up some great sandwiches Cheese Shop) and hiking to the beach at Torrey Pines State Park Watching the sunset at La... See More
We haven't been able to do it in every country, but we like to take cooking classes. It's a lot of fun because we can learn about the culture and food and of course, it makes for a delicious afternoon. ^_^ If that's not possible, we'll explore the local... See More