The food is Los Angeles was totally worth photographing and writing home about any chance I got. I wish now that Id thought to take more photos but my tastebuds kept over riding every thought!
A few of my faves…
♥ Starling, Long Beach – A cute, American diner style place for breakfast & lunch. The super duper dessert looking breakfast above is from there!
♥ Ocean Beach Smoothies, San Diego – The biggest yummy breakfasts ever! Also I found a lemon & ginger beer drink which I purely purchased for the packaging – good if you’re getting a cold!
♥ Wabi Sabi Sushi, Venice – If you love Japanese and all things sushi this is the best Ive ever had!
♥ Number 9, Long Beach – fresh, extremely tasty Vietnamese food. Ohhh and if you go here, please try the Lychee infused jasmine iced tea.
What I noticed most about America was the absolutely incredible service and attention to detail. They have that sorted. In New Zealand we dont tip and dont really think to, but LA hands down deserves it.
I cannot wait to return to these fave places – Ive been craving them since being back!
Good morning! WordPress has been a bit funny not letting me log in these past few days. But fiiinally I’m back on! Nelson – actually most of New Zealand – is experiencing the most crazy storm with lots of trees falling over – a chaotic wind!
In this weeks Friday post are few extra photos from my trip away to LA (if you missed it, you can read about it here). I love finding photos on my camera that I’d forgotten about!
Look at this beautiful photo below that mum took of Frankiiiiieeeeeee!
Article: This is the best. A child’s innocent face seen from above.
Video: This video is awesome. It shows how the father of this girl took a photo of her everyday for 14 years then made it into a vid- such a cool idea!
Quote: ‘Dont be pushed by your problems, be led by your dreams’ – Ralph Waldo Emmerson
I hope you all have an amazing Easter weekend full of goodies. If you haven’t yet entered my art print giveaway – read about it here =)
It feels like its time for an Easter giveaway! How does a print of choice from the Clouds of Colour Shop sound?
To enter simply let me know in the comments (here or on Facebook) which print you would pick if you won?
Just because I love Easter (or am hyped up on Easter eggs), I will be picking 2 winners for this comp =)
Please leave an email address for me to contact you on.
Good luck lovelies!
Terms & Conditions:
- Competition will be drawn on Tuesday 22nd April 2014 at random, the winners notified soon after.
- Competition is open internationally – I’ll ship anywhere!
- Winners must pick an art print each from the Clouds of Colour Etsy shop – to the value of $25.
Im baaack! From an incredible, hard, exciting, challenging and adventurous work trip to Los Angeles! We collected a huge amount of amazing furniture, packaged it all and soon it will be placed in the showroom where I work.
I learnt sooo much along the way and feel so privileged that, from a small town in New Zealand, I had the opportunity to travel overseas.
In this post are a few snapshots from the 2 weeks we were there…
Waaaay too many delicious breakfasts! I think I could almost start a blog on the food we found in LA – Im actually craving the above photo so much. One thing I really noticed was the food in LA; if youve been to Wholefoods you’ll know what I mean – I LOVE that place!
I had a few favourite spots that, if you’re visiting LA, I would recommend visiting…
♥ Venice Beach – walking along the beach at dusk you will see the footpath lined with performers, little random stalls and loud music. Its a very cool experience and is booming with atmosphere.
♥ Long Beach – I could totally live here! I loved the quirky and fun people, street food & second hand shopping/antique stores. We sat at a restaurant as the sun set and watched pelicans flying and diving into the water. Sooo cool!
♥ Ocean Beach, San Diego – there was a bit of a hippy vibe here, lots of surfers, loud music and crazy fun filled shops. There is also a pier that runs out inot the ocean and at sunset, the view is perfection.
Traveling is just waaaay too good for ones soul – you learn millions of things without even realising, your mind is opened to others lives and their cultures. The world is just so huge and is begging to be explored.
I love coming back home to family, friends and my own bed but I wouldnt give up experiences like this for anything.
Have you been to LA? Do you have any favourite spots?