The Latest Buzz!

February 15th, 2009 by Cherié

Hello guys! I apologize for the delay! I will update my blogs, and add more articles soon.. Things have been so hectic here lately! Stay tuned, for my newest travel experience in the dubbed Potato-land, Idaho. I have also applied for a internship, the link is as prompted above. Hope you like it, any comments […]

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Marukai : The Japanese Walmart?

February 3rd, 2009 by Cherié

Craving sushi? Japanese trinkets? Well, you are in luck, you don’t have to frequent to Japan for Japanese goodies..The solution? Simply find the nearest Marukai superstore and shop until you drop! For all things Japanese, this is the place to be. Its similar to Walmart in a way, because of the variety of products they […]

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Best Backpacking BACKPACK ever!

November 21st, 2008 by Cherié carry a line of beautiful and efficient and not to mention cheap bags. Tired of carrying clunky bags that had hardly any storage, heavy and just all around annoying? Well, I have a solution for all you fellow travelers! This weekender convertible is only 3lbs in weight, and its size is reasonable. You can […]

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Tip of the day

October 28th, 2008 by Cherié

Hello fellow travelers! Thought I would buzz in and add a new tip. If you are researching for hotels abroad and you run across an hotel site not spoken in English. Don’t be so quick to dismiss it, because it could mean that it is not aimed for tourist but to the locals. Which means […]

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Locals Know Best

October 28th, 2008 by Cherié

Rim Bowling and Entertainment Center; Crestline, California. 3 strikes and you’re out, however that is not the case with the family owned Bowling Alley in Crestline. The establishment was reopened in 2008 after an unexpected shutdown in early 2003. The new owners of Rim Bowling also own two other Subway shops located in Lake arrowhead […]

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Locals know best

August 10th, 2008 by Cherié

Paula’s Place, Crestline, California When you walk in you get the sense of a country feel, the baked apple pies, you see the locals that always frequent the diner. You are invited to sit down by an waitress named Dawn, and she brings you your cup of Joe and gives you the menu. After a […]

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Off the Beaten Track

August 3rd, 2008 by Cherié

SEASIDE RETREAT: Manhattan Beach, California Truly envision yourself, alongside the beach with the salty sea breeze whiffing through your hair. Envision the surfers catching their swells, see the horizon in the distance knowing that out there could very well be the shores of Tripoli, or maybe even China. Once, you have envisioned all of that […]

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The Old Man and Canterbury

June 9th, 2008 by Cherié

An old man sitting in the chair at the local café, with his grey five o’clock shadow and black beanie hat, looking disheveled but oddly put together in the weird way that he was. His thick glasses resting on the bridge of his nose, it gave way to his age. He couldn’t have been more […]

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