February 11, 2014

Lesson Learned from the Gut Parka

You will find the natural gore-tex in the Arctic Studies exhibit at Anchorage Museum Isn’t it amazing to learn how much more our ancestors knew about the world, than what we know now? We think that technology’s evolved, that all […]
February 4, 2014
Cross-country skiing in Alyeska

My First Impressions of Alaska

Their State Flag is my favorite, that symbolizes ‘North to the Future’. Alaska, a state of the Last Frontier, is a whole new world.   Once I reconciled with winter, I spent a good three weeks in the North Country, […]
January 29, 2014
Wiseman at night

Meeting Jack

“The happiest civilization which I have knowledge.”  -Robert Marshall There is a town called Wiseman by the Koyukuk River in Brooks Range. It was once the northern most gold mining camp in North America. The town boomed from 1911 to […]
January 24, 2014

Things You Didn’t Know about Dog Mushing

January 14, 2014

Let’s Explore #WinterAlaska

  The New Year is off to a great start. I’m heading to Alaska! Seeing the Northern Lights has been one of the biggest achievement in my travel history. I’ve been dreaming about the moment since I was little, and […]
December 9, 2013

Why You Should Visit Philadelphia

The ‘City of Brotherly Love,’ Philadelphia has a lot to offer. It’s the largest city in Pennsylvania and the fifth most populous city in the country, yet it maintains an intimate atmosphere. Philadelphia is known for its cheesesteak, sports fans, […]
October 7, 2012

Sage Inn: Feel the Real New Mexico in Santa Fe

Sage Inn: Feel the Real New Mexico ✪Location: right near SITE Santa Fe, the art museum ✪Internet Access: Wi-Fi in the hostel. Works well in the room. ✪Room: the rooms are furnished with New Mexican style. Traditional rug on the […]
August 10, 2012

Road Trip USA 2012 Recap – State Signs

    During our Road Trip USA 2012, we drove 6,141 miles (9,883 kilometers) and passed thirteen states. I was trying to get all of the state signs, since, you know I’m a fan of the signs. Each state has really […]
August 3, 2012

Acoma Pueblo Sky City in Photos: Living 367ft Above the Ground

Living in the Sky City Along with the Taos Pueblo reservation, Acoma Pueblo Sky City was certainly one of the most interesting places in New Mexico. The name ‘Sky City’ comes from where they live; top of the 367ft high […]
July 27, 2012

New Mexico Flora – on Lava Bed, Sand Dunes, Mesa and More

Diverse Flora of New Mexico New Mexico isn’t really an ideal place for the plants; at least that’s what I thought. There are several significantly rough geological features in New Mexico, for example, lava bed, sand dunes, 2000 m high […]
July 24, 2012

Road Trip USA 2012 Recap – Facts and Funs

    The grand Road Trip USA 2012 came to the end!   This trip started because of TBEX (Travel Bloggers Exchange, travel blogger conference) in Colorado. Stephen and I left Virginia on 9th of June, and came back 17th […]
July 21, 2012

Taos Pueblo and a Thousand Year Old Adobe Architecture

‘Adobe’ was a strange and a new word for me. ‘Adobe? Isn’t that a company name?’ was my first thought. Oh, the limited knowledge of a second language speaker. adobe |əˈdōbē| noun a kind of clay used as a building […]