When people think about visiting California, they think about hitting up places like Los Angeles or San Francisco. If they’re going to be a little off the beaten path, maybe they’ll head over to San Diego or Malibu. But there are so many more little hidden gems in California – like Santa Barbara.
This weekend, I spent an entire day in Santa Barbara. Usually I’d just pass it by on a drive from SoCal to The Bay. Maybe I’d make a stop to check out the pier and grab some food, but I’d never dedicated time to spend there. But, this weekend, I found out that there is so much to do there! Being from Hawaii, there are four things that we do when we explore: eat food, go on hikes, chill at the beach, and check out the views. Santa Barbara had all of these, so I was all about it. Continue reading “Santa Barbara: A Hidden Gem of California”
I’ve always thought that my blog was different from the thousands of other travel blogs out there. My goal has been to try to show the adventures that you can have in every day life, not just when you leave your home. I’ve been convinced that every single city, town, or village out there has something to do. But then I went to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and my belief was put to the test. I could not find things to do in Pittsburgh.
This past weekend, a group of my friends and I spontaneously decided to road trip up to the Bay Area, just because we felt like it. We did it “for the lols” – and I didn’t regret it for even a second. So here are just a few reasons to take a spontaneous road trip. Continue reading “4 Reasons to Take a Spontaneous Road Trip”