Saturday’s adventure: first time hiking during the fall season, and grabbing some cheap breakfast at IKEA! Worth waking up early for!
My dad recently turned 46 and we spent it at his favorite brunch/buffet ever – at the Queen Mary located in the heart of Long Beach, California!
Due to a lack of activity in my life, I’ve decided to a flashback post where I talk about my first visit to Joshua Tree National Park!
For our six year anniversary, Chris and I headed over to Huntington Beach for lunch then explored some local areas! We also got some Roasting Water!
Chris and I just reached our six years together! Time sure does fly when you’re having fun!
Recently, Chris and I spent the night in the OC where we watched a play and basically spent an entire day just eating at local OC joints as well as checking out yelp-worthy boba places!
My youngest brother recently broke his earphones so my mom and I decided to head to Apple to get them exchanged. While waiting, my mom and I went to grab some breakfast.
After checking out the Getty Villa, we stopped by this beach that was right across the area. We soaked in some sunshine before heading back home.
Chris and I didn’t know what to do today so we ended up looking for free things to do around the area and came across the Getty Villa!
On our last day on the trip, we headed off to Downtown Kingsburg in search of souvenirs. Kingsburg is known as the Little Sweden of California, due to its Swedish roots dating back to the 1800s.
This past weekend, my family went out of town to Kingsburg, CA. Kingsburg is a tiny Swedish city just an hour away from our main purpose – Sequoia National Park.
This past Monday, Chris and I went to the Museum of Ice Cream. It’s a pop-up museum that’s taking over everyone’s Instagram feeds here in Los Angeles.