Sightsee Mexico City in 24 hours

MC6 We attended the World Cup 2014 in Brazil last month.  We follow the US Men's National Team (USMNT) and my next few posts will be about the places we visited and activities we did on our journey. We flew to Brazil via Mexico City.  We left in the morning of  June 17th and arrived in Mexico City Read more [...]Read More

Fishing village on the Tonle Sap: Cambodia

TS11 On my last day in Cambodia, I visited a floating fishing village on the Tonle Sap lake, which is the largest freshwater lake in SE Asia.  It is about 15 km or 9 miles from Siem Reap.  We ride tuk tuks to the dock and it is a loud, bumpy, dusty and exciting ride.  Getting around in a tuk tuk in Cambodia Read more [...]Read More

Thank You for the Liebster Award

liebster4 I was excited to find out that I was nominated for the Liebster award.  The Liebster award is a recognition and opportunity given by travel bloggers to newbie bloggers like me, so that we can have a chance to talk about ourselves and brag about our blog. ;)   The rules are simple: Thank Read more [...]Read More

Banteay Srei: Oldest Hindu Temple In Cambodia

krc8 I have been thinking a lot about blogging, the commitment, consistency and quality needed for this venture of mine. I have been reading all the helpful tips that travel bloggers leave for each other and especially newbies so I decided to take the plunge and really devote time to the growth and development Read more [...]Read More

Downtown Container Park: Las Vegas

CP2 707 E. Fremont St. Las Vegas, NV 89101 Phone: (702) 869-9848 Downtown Container Park opened in Las Vegas in November 2013.  It is part of the $350 million downtown revitalization project that is spearheaded by Zappos' CEO Tony Hshieh. There is a giant metal praying mantis that Read more [...]Read More