Best Places for Breakfast Food in Downtown Vancouver

While it’s the most important meal of the day, it’s not always easy finding a great breakfast when you travel, and finding the best breakfast in Downtown Vancouver is sometimes overwhelming. Here are some of the best restaurants for Breakfast in Vancouver. Enjoy! Medina Café 780 Richards St (btwn W Georgia & Robson)Medina Café opens […]

24 Hours in Vancouver – Alternative Rainy Day Things To Do

Rainy Day Itinerary – 24 Hours in Vancouver for Travellers, Tourist, and Cruise Ship Passengers I love Vancouver. And on a clear blue-sky day, it is the most beautiful place on Earth. However, it does rain. We’ve had some grey Novembers and some Februarys with 28 days of rain. How do we cope? We’ve got a […]

Super Find, Super Food. Chocolate From the Heart at East Van Roasters

East Van Roasters is an amazing find for both locals and savvy travellers! East Van Roasters offers a unique blend of local Vancouver spirit, premium quality products, sophistication with heart that is Gastown. Off the beaten track of the tourist map, but within walking distance of Cruise Ship Terminals, this beautiful shop has premium quality […]

ULU Ocean Grill Big Island Experience – Review

ULU Ocean Grill restaurant at the Four Seasons Resort Hualālai sits on one of the most beautiful oceanfront beach settings on the Big Island of Hawaii. They had me at inspired cuisine composed of 75% local ingredients from Hawaii Island. The whale show and breathtaking sunset were a magical bonus. Jump to review. Check out […]

Visiting Award Winning Kona Coffee Grower Buddha’s Cup

Visiting an Award Winning Kona Coffee Farm – Tour and Tasting I tasted my first cup of Hawaiian Kona Coffee about 15 years ago. It was grown, fresh roasted and ground, and brewed for me at a family run boarding house. It was an etherial experience. When you’re in Kona Hawaii, enjoy the local flavour […]

Seattle Coffee – Old and Retro

Seattle is a Coffee Traveler’s Destination Seattle knows coffee, home of Starbucks, its also on the Coffee cutting edge. Starbucks Reminiscing on Seattle’s coffee history, lets take a vitis to the first Starbucks. The first Starbucks opened in 1971 in Seattle’s historic Pike Place Market. The narrow shop is still there at 1912 Pike Market Place, more […]