Alice Yeh

Hi, I’m Alice! I’m a yogi and a semi-professional wanderer. In my “off” time, I work as a tech sales executive and currently live in San Francisco. I have been lucky to also call Philadelphia, New York, Hong Kong, London, and Singapore home. As a result, I have visited 50+ countries so far and still counting! My love for travel is deeply rooted in my curiosity and desire to learn. Traveling and growing up as an Asian American minority in the US has given me a huge appreciation and awareness for those different from me. Therefore, no matter where I am, I make an effort to learn about and experience other cultures. I especially love to taste the local foods and drinks because who wouldn’t? :)

first flight during the pandemic

My First Flight during the COVID-19 Pandemic

What is it like to take my first flight during the pandemic for non-essential travel? Emphasis on during not post-pandemic because post implies something is over. And let’s be real here. COVID-19 is far from over, especially in the US. Well despite this, I traveled outside my city for the...

Base of Cathedral Rock vortexes

A Spiritual Quest to Find Vortexes in Sedona

My boyfriend and I visited Sedona, Arizona over the Valentine’s Day/Presidents’ Day long weekend in February. Sedona has been on my bucket list for some time now so I was excited to finally visit! It’s roughly a 2-hour drive north of Phoenix. It was our last trip right before corona put...

working from bedroom in home

Laid Off During the COVID-19 Crisis

What a difference a year makes! Around this time last year, I was excited and ready to start a new job at a hospitality startup, Sonder, to combine my love for travel with my business skills. Get paid to live, breathe, and think about travel and hospitality all day – what a dream...

Coastline view from top of Cape Kiwanda Sand Dune, Oregon - Oregon Coast Road Trip

Oregon Coast Road Trip Guide: 3 Days of Nature

An Oregon Coast road trip is perfect for a long weekend getaway! The coastline is full of stunning viewpoints, nature, and trails. As with any road trip, it’s hard to do everything so here are my highlights. If you have more time, you can stretch it out to spend more time at each...

panuchos - Yucatan food

Yucatan Food: 14 Delicious Dishes You Cannot Miss in Mexico

There’s so much more to Mexican food than just tacos, burritos, quesadillas, and fajitas! Yucatan food is extremely unique. Mexico is similar to the US or any other country as a matter of fact, where different regions, states, or areas may have their own distinct dishes and flavors. For...

Spray painting graffiti of my tattoo (sun and flowers) in Melbourne, Australia

What I Learned as a Graffiti Artist for a Day

I never thought I would ever one day be spray painting graffiti. Unless one was a legit street artist at the level of Banksy, I always thought graffiti was done by general ne’er-do-wells or teenagers looking for kicks. However as I walked the streets of Melbourne, I marveled at the...

My full Trinidad Carnival costume from Rogue

The Ultimate Guide to Trinidad Carnival as a Tourist

It’s that happy time of the year – Carnival! I’m suffering from a bad case of Carnival tabanca right now after seeing all the posts and pictures from this year’s Trinidad Carnival. Tabanca is Trinidadian (or Trini) slang that refers to a strong heartache and longing for anything you...

Showing tattoo on Batu Bolong Beach, Bali, Indonesia

That Time I Got a Hand Poke Ritual Tattoo

So I did a thing… I got my first ever tattoo in Bali, forever changing my body! For the longest time, I have always wanted a tattoo. Let’s just say it’s my inner rebellious girl streak peaking through. Possibly due to my Asian parents telling me tattoos are bad and I should never...

white sand beaches, red lichen covered rocks, blue ocean water - Bay of Fires, Tasmania, Australia

6 Reasons Why Tasmania is an Absolute Must-Visit

Tasmania or Tassie (as the Aussies call it) is an absolute must visit if you’re traveling around Australia. It’s often overlooked as people prioritize other destinations in Australia instead. For this reason, Tassie remains relatively undeveloped and untouched, often seen as rustic and...