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Fuji Rock Festival Review, Day 3

The Fuji Rock Festival in Japan was one of the most fun weekends of my entire life. Read my review of Day 1 and Day 2 in case you missed the action.

Announcing Global Girl Travels

Head over to my new travel website, Global Girl Travels, to see where I’ve been the past few months and get travel tips and inspiration for your next trip.

Fuji Rock Festival: Day 2

While rock festivals in the States symbolize rebellion, in Japan they are about camping and family and nature.

Travel Package Giveaway: Three Perfect Days in Hong Kong & Macau

Travel Package Giveaway from Global Girl Travels I’m excited to give away a travel package (scroll down) to one of my readers, as well as announce my new website, Global Girl Travels.

Fuji Rock Festival Review: Day 1

The Fuji Rock Festival was taking place in Niigata at the base of Mt. Naeba, not Mt. Fuji as one would naturally assume.

10 Things You Must Do in Macau

Just an hour-long ferry ride from Hong Kong, Macau is a must-see, must-do destination in Asia. That means that in just 6 or so hours, you could go from Guam to one of China’s most culturally diverse cities!

New Zealand Travel Video

“Life on the Road – New Zealand” is 1,600 miles in a campervan on the wrong side of the road to 6 cities across 2 islands in 8 days minus a working stereo (or a bath, for that matter).

Holiday Inn Cotai Central, Macau

You’ve never seen a Holiday Inn like this. That’s because it’s the first of its kind in the world — a 5-star version of the faithful franchise.

New Zealand Video Trailer

Stay tuned for the full-length travel movie, “Life on the Road – New Zealand.” See more New Zealand photos…

Fuji Rock Festival Preview

I love living 5 hours from major Asian cities like Tokyo and Hong Kong. It means I can jet off to the upcoming Fuji Rock Festival to see some of my favorite indie bands perform.

The Cobblestone Streets of Macau, China

The Music Cada Beijo (Thievery Corporation Remix) – Bebel Gilberto (click to buy) The Inspiration I was happy to oblige when United Airlines asked me to travel to Hong Kong and Macau to do media coverage.

National Geographic Photo Contest

The Music Of Monsters and Men – Dirty Paws (click to purchase)   The Inspiration National Geographic Traveler is giving away an 8-day National Geographic Expedition to Alaska for two.

Kaikoura, New Zealand

The Music Gulp – Seasoned Sun (Full album released July 8, 2014!) The Inspiration By now it should be obvious how much I love animals.

Franz Josef Glacier, New Zealand

Brian Eno – Deep Blue Day (click to buy album) Landing on a glacier is nothing less than a bucket list adventure, but what made this even more special is the fact that this part of New Zealand is home to two of the world’s only three glaciers that meet sub-tropical rain forest.

Resort Staycation

Little Dragon – Pink Cloud (click to buy album) Read my review of this album. Living on the beautiful tropical island of Guam means staycations are a welcome alternative to jetting off-island to relax.

Priest’s Pools, Guam

Pomplamoose – Don’t Stop Lovin’ Me (video is hilarious) Priest’s Pools is one of my favorite sights in southern Guam.

Hokitika, New Zealand

Lykke Li – No Rest for the Wicked The Music Lykke Li’s newest album, I Never Learn, finds her back with the same melancholy, romantic longing, and self-deprecation we’ve come to expect from the Swedish singer.

Picture-Perfect Picton, New Zealand

Little Dragon – Cat Rider (click to buy album)   The Inspiration When I think of port towns, my mind gravitates toward images of feculent water and grimy sea towns rather than say, Portofino.


Nicola Conte – Jazz Pour Dadine The Inspiration I shot these portraits of my dear friends Christy and Aaron Sutton when we met for cocktails just prior to a 1924-themed gala at Hyatt Regency Guam.