Author:Joanna Riquett

The Positive Effect of Travel and Cultural Integration

Two years ago I wrote this mini-essay about Why Traveling Matters published on the Huffington Post. I re-read it and remember why I was motivated to write it. I wanted to express why traveling is so important not only to me but to anyone who travels, why...

A Low Key Vacation Spot: Sayulita, Mexico

Photos by: David Benhaim   The word about Sayulita is spreading like wildfire. Once a tranquil fishing village, today Sayulita is fast becoming one of Mexico’s hottest vacation spots. The charming little and still underdeveloped town has captured the hearts of many and attracts tourists looking for...

ADAY’s Track Pants: Hands Down Your New Favorite Pair of Pants

When I started wearing the ADAY Hail Yes trackpants my life changed. I can't stress enough how awesome they are, the fabric is very light, fresh, resistant, quick to dry, comfortable and stretchy, which makes a good case for a multi-purpose piece. From a pilates class to...

Chic Bluetooth Earphones for Wireless Travels: Sudio Sweden

I recently started using the Vasa Blå earphones from Sudio, a company from Stockholm, Sweden that produces different style of earphones with great design and excellent sound quality. The premise is to transform people's perception of these devices from being an electronic product to become a wearable accessory...

Editor’s Letter – Hayo No. 2: East

The first time I went to Asia I was 26 years old. I had only heard stories and read articles about what it was like to travel in that part of the world. And I have to admit that even though I had visited and...

From Vancouver to Seattle, The Best 5 Spots Along Chuckanut Drive

Brought to you by Autoform Performance*   Few people know about the gems you can find in an apparent quick trip from Vancouver to Seattle (or viceversa). Off exit 250 (coming from Vancouver) and a few more turns, you are faced with a sneaky cliff-hugging, ocean kissing road....