A couple of days into our road trip of a couple of weeks ago, we stayed in Half Moon Bay for a 2 days. We stayed with Stacy’s godparents and it was the best. They took us to a couple of places and I could also use their bike to go explore and take pictures by myself whenever I felt like. It was nice to just be around people as kind as they were. Continue reading
When on a road trip it’s important to not only focus on the monuments and places you have to see, but to also make time for little stops along the way that are a little less touristy. A couple of months (or years?) ago, Stacy and Paul read about this Brown Butter Cookie Company in Sunset magazine. They made a quick pit stop there to pick up some cookies last year, and since Stacy was crazy about those cookies we decided to drive by on our road trip too! There were samples of all the different flavors they offered and I must say, they tasted amazing! If you’re ever driving by Cayucos (CA) and you’re a cookie lover, just like me, make sure to pay the Brown Butter Cookie Company a visit! Continue reading
The most unique experience during the California road trip was definitely the night we slept in an airstream. When Paul first told me that he had booked a night for us in an airstream that was parked on someone’s driveway, I was immediately very excited. Most of the people I know have had at least one camping vacation with their family, but I never did that, so you can probably imagine how excited I was to ‘camp’ in this airstream. Continue reading
One of the stops on our road trip I was very exciting about was Big Sur. I had seen lots of pictures of this place and it totally met my expectations. The drive was beautiful and the views were amazing. Every couple of miles we made little stops so I could take some pictures. I also had the most delicious tomato soup at Nepenthe, a little restaurant with a great view in the middle of the Big Sur mountains. Definitely a place to go if you get hungry on the way. Continue reading
As promised I’d start posting more often again and since I took my trip to Washington about 1,5 month ago, I thought that it would be good to post my last article about it today. As you guys remember from previous post, the Olympic National Park has a lot to offer (mountains, snow, beach, rain forest and so on). After wandering through the rain forest for a couple of hours we found some really cool picnic spots nearby. Continue reading
The internet is running slow here in Honduras, but since I have nothing else to do I decided to share this picture that I took in Washington last month. If you have read about my Washington road trip already, you probably already know that I’m obsessed with this state. Everything is just so pretty and peaceful, even the roads. Before moving to California I remember that I would spend many evenings browsing through Pinterest and WeHeartIt and I’d stumble upon really cool travel quotes pasted on gorgeous pictures with clean roads in the middle of nature.
Rialto Beach is probably the most unique looking beach that I’ve ever seen. The kind of beach that you’d see in a good movie and that makes you dream about being more adventurous and going to places that look like this place. Living in California, I’m used to white sandy beaches with hot surfers every few meters, so this was something totally different. Black sand, tall trees, driftwood everywhere, the most amazing rocks in every shade of grey and little islands that you could see through the foggy landscape. Continue reading