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Las Vegas – Road Trip Final Destination

Las Vegas, Nevada road trip, travel postLas Vegas, Nevada, was our final stop for our road trip in February. We drove through Death Valley and the photo blog is hereContinue reading “Las Vegas – Road Trip Final Destination”

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Travel and Food, Uncategorized

Chicago and Jazz

Chicago travel and live jazz music, Andy's Jazz Club and Restaurant
“Jazz is the type of music that can absorb so many things and still be jazz.” ~ Sonny Rollins

The holiday season has begun and here I am catching up on my blogging! I have been away from blogging for 3 weeks and I finally got the time this weekend to post about my live jazz music experience!
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Seafood, Travel and Food, Uncategorized

San Francisco Fisherman’s Wharf ~ Food and more

San Francisco Fishermans Wharf ~ now one of the top tourist attractions and a place with history (and seafood!)
San Francisco Fishermans Wharf ~ now one of the top tourist attractions and a place with history (and seafood!)

When you think of places to see in San Francisco, you think of Fisherman’s Wharf. Apart from being one of the top tourist destinations in SF, the bustling waterfront also has history.  Continue reading “San Francisco Fisherman’s Wharf ~ Food and more”

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San Francisco Pride ’15 ~ Equality Without Exception

San Francisco Pride Parade 2015I loved San Francisco as soon as I first laid my eyes on it. It’s a city with not only a heart but also a soul. And what made the city even better for me was AB’s enthusiasm to show me around the place, it’s events and the other interesting factors that make SF so unique. And in sync with that, here’s my pictorial post on San Francisco Pride 2015, our second visit to Pride Parade and the fiesta that follows. Continue reading “San Francisco Pride ’15 ~ Equality Without Exception”

Travel and Food

Where there is ‘Carnaval’, there is Food!

(This post features Carnaval San Francisco, 2015 held on 23rd and 24th May)

Carnaval San Francisco is a celebration of diverse cultures through a two-day long festival that showcases  art, music and dance of multicultural communities that represent cultural heritages of Brazil, Mexico, Panama, Guatemala, Bolivia, Peru, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Puerto Rico, Africa, Trinidad and Tobago, Colombia, Cuba and more. As a matter of fact, it is the largest celebration of it’s kind in the West Coast.  Continue reading “Where there is ‘Carnaval’, there is Food!”