Live in LA, and love traveling the world. Been to over thirty countries in my first thirty years. From Hostels to 5-Star hotels, economy or first class flights, getting there is always half the fun.
Open to meeting new folks, and discovering new places.
Hi Hassan-- LA's a pretty big city so it may be hard to recommend a place without knowing your neighborhood? In general, Urth Caffe is a pretty solid spot, and there's several locations around town. It's a great place to spend the afternoon... See More
Hey Patrick, I've had the chance to visit Tokyo a couple times right around the same holiday period you're talking about. It indeed can be VERY cold (colder than NYC) in the winter, but it will still be full of energy. If you have the time, I would recommend spending... See More
Hi Louise, Yes indeed the subway is open 24/7, and during peak hours (business weekdays), trains usually arrive every 3-7 minutes. In the late evenings and weekends, some lines may be less frequent (10-15 minute intervals). Despite their reputation, locals are... See More
Hi Ida, If you're an aspiring diver, a CANNOT miss spot is Tulamben on the NE end of Bali. It's a "Wreck Dive" that over the decades has turned into an artificial reef, filled with schools of fish and coral. ... See More
Wow, 30 days, I'm jealous!!! I've had the chance to visit Thailand a number of times, but usually on two-week trips at the most (we Americans get shorter holidays unfortunately). Definitely MAXIMIZE your time in the south as much as possible. ... See More
Looks like there's some great suggestions so far! If you do swing through LA, definitely consider setting a couple days aside to do some leisurely hikes or jogs, which are often under-estimated in the city. Hiking up Runyon Canyon Park ... See More
Definitely do one of the boat tours. There are several companies that operate these tours, multiple times a day. I can't speak to any companies in particular, but find one that fits your schedule, and I would not recommend booking too far in advance, as the weather... See More
You can park on the US side of the border in San Yisdro and walk across the border to Tijuana for some tacos and stuff, and then walk back. If you don't have access to a car, you can take their light-rail metro system from downtown San Diego all... See More