10 Hilarious Things Millennials In SF Tell You About SF

Ahh, San Francisco. Iconic San Francisco. The Golden Gate Bridge, Twin Peaks, Dolores Park, social progress, bohemian culture, fog and more fog, and a sea of impossibly intelligent millennials making 4 times as much money as their peers nation wide. In the spring of 2016, on Easter weekend, I booked it south from Vancouver to San […]

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Coney Island On A Cold December Day

I drove to Coney Island on a cold December afternoon. The amusement park was closed for the winter and the boardwalks were nearly empty, making for a rather lonely but very lovely scene as the pale winter sun set, painting the sky and sea with gentle streaks of pink and orange. I visited the original Nathan’s Famous restaurant […]

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A Stroll Through Times Square

No first trip to New York is complete without a stroll through Times Square. The locals all hate it and avoid the area at all costs but being a tourist, various destinations are located within a few blocks of Times Square, so I found myself walking through its crowded streets often during my time in […]

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48 Hours in Los Angeles – Day 2

It was hard to get out of bed on my 2nd day in L.A. I was tired and jetlagged, but the curtains were thrown open and it was yet another bright and sunny California day to take advantage of. Having lived in Chinese hotels for the last month, I was grateful for the reliable toilets […]

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48 Hours in Los Angeles – Day 1

I had barely gotten back from a month-long whirlwind tour of China when I found myself on a flight to Los Angeles. These would be my first memories of the city I was born in as an adult. Sure, my family did the customary trip to Disneyland when I was a kid but it’s simply […]

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