• Food

    WHERE TO EAT IN CASCAIS: PAUL BAKERY

    It was rainy and cold, and we clung on to our small umbrella as we walked through the slick streets of Cascais after a lunch at one of those tourist restaurants; menus in several languages, waiters annoyed and always preoccupied, food not the best, when we stumbled upon this bakery. Immediately it´s warm glow drove us in and we entered through the doors, welomed by the warm scent of pastries, baked goods, and macarons. Christina and I both chose a large macraon each, chocolate and pistachio. They tasted like a well-deserved hug back in our hotel room. The next day, we went back after breakfast to buy another chocolate macaron…

  • Food,  Photography,  Travel

    Los Angeles & San Francisco Travel Diary/Photography

    LA & SF Traveldiary + Photography    LA & SF Traveldiary/Photography About a week ago (week ago week ago) me and my dad went on a trip to LA and San Francisco. We landed at LAX and stayed in Costa Mesa for two days, spending most of our time discovering LA, though. The hour long commute through all kinds of traffic jams was totally worth it! Finding out that LA does not, in fact, have a the traditional downtown thing going on, I loved walking (and drving, lots of driving) around and finding cool places to eat and people watch (one of my favorite past-times on vacation).   San Francisco,…