We concluded our getaway at Grand Teton National Park and boy, was it the cherry on top of our transformational trip. After all the hype and excitement Yellowstone provided us with, it was nice to wind down at yet another treasure the U.S.A has to offer. Fun fact, Grand Teton is only about … Continue reading Grand Teton National Park
The once lively Coconut Grove was deserted on Saturday at 9:30PM, but Bombay Darbar was far from vacant. The place was effervescent and clearly not disturbed by the lack of activity in the area. Upon entering the restaurant, I was immediately reminded of a banquet hall – as if I traveled … Continue reading Bombay Darbar – Authentic Indian Cuisine in Coconut Grove
I immediately liked Talavera Cocina Mexicana when I walked in and saw a painting of the iconic and gorgeous Salma Hayek – no, I'm not at all easy to please... I went on a Sunday afternoon and the place was packed – typically perceived as auspicious and this scenario was no different. … Continue reading Talavera Cocina Mexicana – Classic & Contemporary Cuisine in Coral Gables
I had the pleasure of checking out Brickell's first karaoke bar, Sweet Caroline, during Labor Day weekend. I went on a Friday and it was jam packed. The cute and cozy bar has a great location and although it is new, it is already a favorite. It has been featured on Deco Drive, … Continue reading Sweet Caroline Bar – Karaoke in Miami
In honor of my sister's 17th birthday, I felt a sudden urge to write about the bond we share. I was struck with a question as I was drafting a caption for her birthday post on Instagram – is there no bond like the sister sign bond? Ok, bear with me. I have … Continue reading No Bond Like The Sister Sign Bond?
I am grateful that I was able to enjoy multiple national parks before the fires ran rampant. I am saddened to see the beauty I encountered hindered by the blazing flames. My thoughts and prayers go out to the parks, the people, and the animals. I can honestly say that if you do not … Continue reading Yellowstone National Park Offers Something for Everyone to Enjoy
Cozy Corner is an old-fashioned mom-and-pop diner that serves breakfast favorites and homestyle comfort food. I happened upon it because Crackers Casual Dining had over an hour wait time. For the record, Cozy Corner was by no means empty – we waited about 10 minutes before getting seated. It appears to be a favorite among the … Continue reading Cozy Corner – Cute Breakfast Spot in Miami Springs
When I think national parks, Yosemite and Yellowstone immediately come to mind, but Glacier National Park is not to be missed and slept on – it deserves the recognition and attention given to the more popular national parks. Glacier was the first national park of my trip; it was then followed by Yellowstone … Continue reading No More Sleeping on Glacier National Park