Over the weekend, my younger brother was returning to college located in Milwaukee. Flying out of SFO, we seldom experience weather delays, and weather related cancellations are a rarity. Well, last weekend, freezing temperatures and an ice storm led to Southwest cancelling my brother's flight. As a result, my family and I scrambled to re-book … Continue reading Trip Insurance: When Does it Matter?
For Martin Luther King Weekend, Jen and I took a quick three day trip to Southern California to go on a Disneyland Adventure. Growing up in San Francisco, my parents would take my brother and I on semi-annual trips to Southern California that included visits to Disneyland. For Christmas in 2018, Jen and I made … Continue reading RECAP: Southern California & A Disneyland Getaway
2019 was a wonderful year as I was blessed with the opportunity to travel to Hawaii, Bali, Taiwan, Hong Kong, New York, and many more. Last year, I had the opportunity to fly on both United Polaris, United Old Business Class, and even China Airlines First. I've had an amazing opportunity to take my mom, … Continue reading 2020 A New Year for Travel
Tiger Sugar is an up and coming popular Milk Tea chain from Taiwan that has expanded to New York and Hong Kong. The spot focuses on Milk Tea, with a special brown sugar milk tea drink that comes with a neat presentation. Locations Tiger Sugar can be found in several different districts in Hong Kong. … Continue reading Tigar Sugar: Taiwanese Milk Tea
Amami Sushi is small group with 3 spots located near the airport in San Francisco. Amami has become pretty popular and offers a 38 dollar Omakase set. An Omakase is "Chef's Choice" sushi with more flair than normal nigiri. Each chef that serves an Omakase will put his or her own special touch to create … Continue reading Amani Sushi: A Delicious yet affordable Omakase
Who doesn't like spicy food? Szechuan cuisine originates from Sichuan Province in China. This Southwestern province is home to Chengdu and famous for their Panda sanctuaries. Szechuan food is typically spicing and incorporates a variety of peppers including the famous Szechuan Peppercorn which produces a tangy feeling on your tongue. This effect is known as … Continue reading Yummy Szechuan: Spicy Food Anyone?