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5 Ways Travel Can Heal

5 Ways Travel Can Heal

Travel is a powerful way to heal the soul, cleanse the mind, and open the heart. Whether you spend your time in the middle of nowhere, on a secluded island, at a group retreat, or alone in a bustling city,…

Finding the Heart of the Ancient Maya in Mérida, Mexico

Uxmal, Yucatan, Mexico

There’s something about Mérida that lures soul travelers and spiritual seekers to visit, only to return again and again, and some even move there. Perhaps it’s the magic of the place, perhaps it’s the spirit of the Maya that calls to…

5 Tips For A Memorable Journey

Tips for a Memorable Journey

A memorable journey is not in the destination itself, but in the small moments and memorable experiences you allow yourself to have. A great journey begins the moment you get the longing to go, and stays with you long after…

Singapore: What to Eat

Watching the chefs in action at Esquina, Chinatown, Singapore

Eating is a national obsession in Singapore. Whether you’re a first timer or frequent visitor, the city-nation is full of culinary delights, many of which are unique to Singapore’s melting pot of Chinese, Malay, and Indian cultures and its British heritage.…

Brazil: A Photo Journey

Rio de Janeiro, seen from Sugarloaf

Brazil, the world’s fifth largest nation and the largest in South America, is a wonder of nature. It would take months, if not years, to fully explore its breathtaking landscapes and rich art and culture. I’ve been to Brazil a…

Top Five Things To Do In Salvador, Bahia

Porto da Barra, Salvador, Bahia

When in Salvador, do as the Baianos do. The third largest city in Brazil, Salvador, Bahia is a land of the drums, sunshine, and magic. I’ve made the journey to Salvador from its sister city Los Angeles three times in…

8 Hours in Hong Kong

Hong Kong's Victoria Harbour

Hong Kong is a wonderland, a frenetic, energizing mix of old and modern. I’d planned to live there to start my own online magazine, till fate intervened (in the best way possible) and pulled me back to California. I still…