Admittedly, I was not impressed with La Bufadora on my first visit to Ensenada. I wrote a pretty salty post about it in the early years of this blog (you can find said salty post here).
When I returned to Ensenada the following year I had no desire to revisit this popular attraction to see if my feelings had changed. So I didn’t bother.
The other month, however, when we found ourselves once again in Baja California Mexico for our fresh little baby’s first trip, I felt it was time to go back to La Bufadora. I needed to know if it really is as bad as I remembered. Or if I was being unnecessarily critical that day. And guess what?
Let me tell you a little story about the best cheesecake I’ve ever ever EVER had. It was in Bali. Uluwatu to be more specific. At Bukit Cafe to be exact.
Do you think you can you have too much of a good thing? If that good thing is vegan cheesecake. And you’re very lactose intolerant. And the vegan cheesecake is not vegan even in the slightest. Then yes. Continue reading →
It’s possible I took a few too many photos of Casa Vintage Beach when we were staying on Gili Trawangan. But we went there multiple times, and each visit I felt even more adoration for the gypsy boho vibe they’ve got going on.
Saigon Skydeck is the place to go for a full 360 degree view of Hi Chi Minh City. When you’re in a city as big as HCMC, you really ought to see it from a high up vantage point.
It was so surreal standing nearly 50 floors up and looking out the giant glass windows completely encircling me, and no matter which direction I faced, I was not able to see the city limits. Ho Chi Minh City honestly seems to go on forever. Continue reading →