At the beginning of your drive through Big Sur in California you are a little taken back by the magic bus at the gas station.
El Salvador is a must for any surfer around the world. Perfect right hand points line the coast from top to bottom. To the north from La Libertad to the Guatamalen border are several waves to choose from. Down in the south or most places call the Far east are quite a few breaks as…Continue reading Surfing and travel in El Salvador
Karyn’s on Green is making vegan sexy in the midst of Chicago’s traditional Greektown neighborhood. From the second you walk in the door this place is chill. The service and staff is amazing. The tables are spread out and there is plenty of room. A full bar runs half way down the side of the…Continue reading Karyn’s on Green – Chicago Restaurant
Since I do not have the time nor patience to sprout my own chickpeas, I purchased them at the Leucadia and Encinitas Famers Market and Art Fair and used them in this recipe. Otherwise see The Daily Raw Cafe on how to sprout your chickpeas. Anyways making your own raw hummus is quite simple and…Continue reading Raw Hummus Recipe
Iao valley is a must see if visiting Maui, Hawaii. The last couple of times I have come to Maui I have arrived at gates opening at 7:00 A.M. We bring my friends 2 dogs, some tea, towels and hike up around 20 minutes. There is a fresh water stream that runs through the valley.…Continue reading Hike Iao Valley – Maui, Hawaii
Venice Beach California never gets old. I have been coming here since the age of 16. I still like checking out all the vendors and watching the daily shows that go on along the boardwalk. Let’s not forget Muscle Beach. The same guy has been there for over 20 years doing unlimited pull-ups all…Continue reading Venice Beach, CA – Never Gets Old