One night I was listening to the Lost Girls speak about their travel experiences, and nearly 200 hours later I already had my own solo 6-week cross-country road trip planned. Well, for the most part. In the past few weeks, I’ve heard all of it, from the “you’re absolutely insane!” to the “I’m so jealous, […]
In Carolyn’s infinite wisdom, she made a chocolate cake for my departure.
I caught 3 matches on 3 different continents, and they were all exciting.
As we went to exit the restaurant, in walks Bill Rancic, the first winner of The Apprentice.
To the right, downtown LA, and to the left, my first view of the Hollywood sign.
We ordered a bottle of hot sake and crispy rice and spicy tuna, of course.
He symbolizes a zeal for life, openness to sensory detail, and a thirst for travel.
This is a guest post by Lorraine Aubert. If you want to guest post on Go Backpacking, please read more here. Mammoth Lakes, a small ski resort community tucked inside the Eastern Sierra Nevada mountains of Central California is NOT just for skiing. While snow sports are definitely the #1 tourist attraction, I’d like to introduce […]
My next dish was an appetizer of salmon tartare with a quail egg, scallions, and soy sauce.
March’s venue, as chosen by Stephanie of Twenty-Something Travel, was The Big Hunt.