Have you ever been in New Orleans? ⭐️
¿Has estado en New Orleans? ⭐️
318 hours ago
Here's a short clip from my new vlog! Click the link in my bio to watch the whole thing! I spent a lot of time on this and am super proud! Let me know what you think! And be sure to subscribe if you haven't already! I'm already working on next week's vlog about us swimming with sea lions! So stoked to tell you guys all about it! Thanks for watching! Be sure to share it with someone who loves to travel! And thanks to Patrick and Danielle for being in my video... especially Nell who put up with my shit for 8 whole days while we were away! Love youuu!
Let’s talk about cocktails🍹🍸!
I joke (but actually completely serious) that we’re not foodies but rather drinkies. If that’s a thing, then you can dub us as such.
A handcrafted cocktail, to me, is like a well presented .5oz of some exotic veggie and garnish to a foodie. Ok that was probably a poor analogy— to which I just made my point. Some may drool over that tiny plate and pay way too much for it. Us? We’ll pay good money for that speciality cocktail that will be gone in about 3.5 minutes.
SO, that brings me to this awesome cocktail class we took in NYC earlier this month. Lucky for us, my high school friend founded @liquidlabnyc and was hosting a class open to the general public. They don’t host them often so if you see it available BOOK IT QUICKLY! We had a blast curating three specialty drinks from their menu and learning the real way craft them. Then we closed out the class creating our own cocktail competing against all others in the group. What. A. Blast. We tasted so many delicious cocktails and it totally helped that our group (all strangers to us at the start) was a ton of fun too.
Fortunately, and unfortunately, I was too wrapped up in the class and our cocktail concoctions that I didn’t snap any other photos. But from this you get the gist.
918 hours ago
TEAHOUSE | Traditional Taiwanese teahouse 🍵 ☕️ 🍵
1318 hours ago
I'm a huge fan of Accor Plus. It's a paid membership program, but has some pretty big discount benefits such as 50% off food and beverages when 2 people are dining, points rewards system, late check-out for silver members and 1 free night.
I do a lot of entertaining for my work, so discounts off food and beverages is a massive benefits for saving money when travelling and at home.
Ok let me just get one more pic by the ocean. This is me en route to the airport, who else can relate? Sometimes you just don’t want to leave Paradise, but on the flip-side you also don’t want to miss your flight.
On international flights, you will need to account for more time to clear immigration and customs. For international travel, a good rule is to arrive at the airport 3 hours prior to departure. International flights often start boarding 45 minutes to 1 hour prior to the departure time.
Even if you're very familiar with an airline's policy for checked baggage on domestic flights, take a minute to double-check their policy for international flights. In some cases, booking an international flight means you're entitled to one or two free checked bags, but this varies by airline and destination.
As a general rule, you’ll be safe if you are checked in (along with any checked baggage) at least 90 minutes before your flight, and if you’re at the gate, ready to board, by 45 to 60 minutes before departure time.
If you miss your flight, you have a whole new set of problems. Believe me You don't even want to deal with that.
There are few things so sweet in life as a picnic with wine 🧺🥂 Located in the renowned @margaretriver region, the @evansandtate cellar door is open seven days a week, with friendly staff on hand ready to guide guests through a tasting of their award-winning wines. Take a seat on the verandah overlooking the beautiful vineyards, or head straight out onto the grounds for your own picnic #winecraft 📍 Margaret River, WA
Isaac here! 👋 I'm knocking around the idea, in the back of my head, that maybe I ought to only care about doing one thing well, at a time. Looking back on the last few months, I think I've prioritized physical health first. Abe's definitely been gunning for that, and I have been too. Our entire day, most days, is structured to optimize the gym time, and how we eat. Other things happen, of course, but I think it all took a back seat to that one thing.
I'm taking this week to focus on work instead, on doing that one thing well. I'm working out less (thus far, not at all), and it's okay - it's not that I'm doing the physical health thing poorly, it's that something else has that One Thing I'm Doing Well Right Now sticker on it, and I'm adjusting my gym and my food accordingly. Responsibly, and accordingly.
Playing with how we live is fun. 😀 This is something we both value - dancing through the days means changing up the steps, adjusting to your partner and the dance floor and the DJ.
Long days, full days, different days than before, different days than what will be. Love you, goodnight all. 😴
Český Krumlov — Krumau an der Moldau 在德語意思中解讀為「高低不平的草地」🧐⛰
這個被伏爾塔瓦河蜿蜒包圍著的橙色屋頂小鎮🏘 於1992年被聯合國列為「世界文化和自然雙重遺產」🌐 也於2018年被Kaki列為「一生必到的五十大旅遊地點之一」🤣
🍁Go visit Česky Krumlov, the most picturesque towns in Europe🏰
Česky Krumlov, as known as Krumau an der Moldau in German has the meaning of “crooked meadow”🧐⛰
This town of orange-roof houses 🏘 surrounded by the Vltava River was recognized as an Unesco World Heritage Site in 1992🌐 and in 2018 also gained its place in Kaki’s Travel Bucket List 🤣
📍捷克 庫倫洛夫 CK小鎮 伏爾塔瓦河🇨🇿 📍Vltava, Český Krumlov, Czech Republic 🇨🇿 .
🚙 從布拉格自駕到CK小鎮 (~2.5小時) .
🚙 Drive from Prague to Český Krumlov (~2.5hrs)
1719 hours ago
It’s National Parks Week🌲 here in the US. In 2018 there over 318 million visits to all locations under the National Park system. The top 3 areas visited were Golden Gate National Recreation Area, Blue Ridge Parkway and the Great Smoky Mountains. .
In Colorado we’re fortunate to have 16 areas under the NP System. .
What is your favorite National Park?
19611 hours ago
Bi Bim Bop Skillet (crispy mustard rice with turmeric veggies, sunny side eggs & bbq sauce) and Chicken Masala Bowl (braised chicken in cauliflower tomato sauce, yogurt and rice) @jackofcupssaloon.
Continuing on yesterday's post about Folly Beach, Jack of Cups serves you with an innovative menu that changes by the month. I HAD to go see the owner/chef to understand the origin behind the creativity, and turns out his openess to experimenting with spices as introduced by his friends from different parts of the world IS THE SECRET INGREDIENT. #DivisSouthUS19
I find the Louvre to be such a beautiful building!
Prior to Versailles becoming the official home of the King of France, the French Monarchy used to reside in the Louvre Palace.
If you don't care for classical art, I would still recommend going by the Louvre to look around this wonderful building from the outside or go on one of their free days, just make sure to follow some on my previous tips to avoid crazy lines.
941219 April, 2019
Ain't Versailles just so pretty!
You just have to love a gold fountain (casual). Well the palace was built with the intention of showing of the power and wealth of the French Monarchy after all.
No wonder Marie Antoinette became so out of touch with the citizens, who wouldn't if they lived in this palace.
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571119 April, 2019
You guys... I tried to come up with what history I knew about the Arc de Triomphe and well for once I came up empty!
Normally the previous information I give you guys I knew most the information and just do some fact checking or get supporting information and this time I barely knew much about it.
All I know is that it's in honor of French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars.
Napoleon's body is not buried there as some say but it was commissioned by Napoleon!
If you want you can go to top of the arc for an amazing view of Paris, and like many attractions in Paris it is free for EU citizens 25 and under.
Like, comment or DM if you learn anything from these history snippets.
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1011418 April, 2019
Montmartre is one of the most adorable neighborhoods in Paris. Traditionally its more of an artist's neighborhood but now, like a lot of Paris, its much more expensive to live there and you probably won't running into many starving artists or next Degas.
Walking the hills of Montmartre is definitely a beautiful work out but once you reach the top, Sacre Couer, you'll have a view of all of Paris from above.
This is Rue de l’Abreuvoir, considered one of more unique and picturesque streets in Paris, and you can the tell that the architecture varies greatly from the Haussmanian style that the more 'modern' Paris has.