I love adventure sports, so when a friend of mine suggested doing ziplining in the Smoky Mountains, I was on board in a second. Mountaintop zipline tour was around 100$ per person which I thought was on costlier end but it was all worth it. There are several ziplining tours in Smoky, we did our… Continue reading Zip-lining in Smoky
My wife loves wines she could differentiate between the taste and texture of more wines than I could remember names of. Napa Valley is one of the most memorable weekend trips a Wine lover can catch in the states. One weekend we decided to make a quick trip to Napa Valley and pamper ourself with… Continue reading Napa Valley …and the wine is bottled poetry…
This large, majestic waterfall appears to come out of nowhere as it cascades over the ridge and into the river gorge. With an observation bridge at the halfway point, the views you get of the waterfall are breathtaking.
New Orleans nicknamed the "Big Easy," it's known for its round-the-clock nightlife, vibrant live-music scene and spicy, singular cuisine reflecting its history as a melting pot of French, African and American cultures. One of the surprising things I noticed in New Orleans was that every restaurant has a full-service bar in it. Before visiting, I… Continue reading What to do and what not to do in NOLA
San Diego is a famously laid back city in Southern California, known for its surfing, golden beaches, perfect weather and easy-going vibes. San Diego has more than 15 beaches and every place has something different to offer. As always, we did not have all the time we wanted so we handpicked 4 beaches for our… Continue reading San Diego – A Paradise for Beach Lovers