Get Lost In Ojai

Ojai California is that special town where people come to relax, meditate and pamper themselves.  This was my first time visiting the town and the urge came from my latest Guided By guest who listed Ojai as one of her favorite places to visit two hours outside of Los Angeles!  The drive is comfortable and…

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St. Elsewhere

“I packed a view of my belongings.  Left the life that I was living.  Just some memories of it.  Mostly ones I can’t forget” Gnarls Barkley – St. Elsewhere That’s exactly what was going through my mind as Highway 101 changed from intense moments of congestion to the openness of windy roads surrounded by rolling…

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The Alamo Motel

When selecting a hotel, we often go for the one that has the highest star ratings or the one that is completly out of our budget but we have worked hard (and saved hard) for this moment to live the life of luxury or we just take a cue from social media and see where…

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Mexico City

There are always pluses and minuses when traveling solo; a plus, you have the ability to set your own itinerary.  Minuses, trying to stumble across a good restaurant/bar where you’re not the subject of attention because you are by yourself!  Anyone who has ever traveled by themselves or hell, moved to a new city where…

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CDMX

EAT So, I did not have the pleasure of dining at Rosetta (although I came close; close being I had a table, sat at that table and quickly got up from the table because I did not feel like dining alone) anyway, I was minding my business taking photos of the exteriors of the restaurant…

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Malibu

I wasn’t really sure about the title of the post because it isn’t necessarily a travel destination post per say but rather me sharing one of my much needed random excursions instead of handling my domesticated duties of laundry and grocery shopping.  There was actually more to this post starting with me sharing an exciting…

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Joshua Tree

I desired nothing more but to take a road trip; a euphoric playlist to keep me company as I ventured off to one of my favorite places for connectivity…Joshua Tree…with nothing more to do but to drive the long winded road, stop for sights, meditate or camp if you chose to do so, I was…

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P S, I Love You

There is a reason why people are swept away with Palm Springs; a desert oasis just a comfortable drive from Los Angeles, where palm trees and the rocky facade of Mt. San Jacinto greets you upon entry.  And then there are the alluring mid century homes adorning practically every street, homes I allowed myself to…

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San Diego, CA

L.A is suffocating.  I needed to get out, if only for a short minute because while I have gotten my groove in this city and I quite love it for all it’s worth, every once in a while, a break is needed!  I settled on San Diego, a city I had a very short term…

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