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June 2015 Monthly Archives

I Heart San Francisco

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When Tony Bennett crooned, “I left my heart in San Francisco,” we could completely understand. There is so much to love about the Bay area: its eclectic food, nightlife, shopping, culture, arts, quirky neighborhoods, nearby wine country.

The Powell Hyde cable car starts at Ghiradelli Square and is an icon of the City by the Bay

Favorite Bay Area Eats

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With such great produce, California has some amazing foodie haunts - from the super slow to the grab and go. Bay Area regulars, Vicki and Stephanie share some of their favorite eats.

Both Vicki and I have been coming to the Bay Area not as tourists but almost like an extended home. To take the words of Tony Bennet, we both have a couple of hearts left in the city. My sister has been living there for close to twenty years and whenever I can I'd make my way there to spend time with her with no particular itinerary except to hang…

Graphic Travel: a spotlight on MISCHA

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A true gypsetter believes that functionality and style can go hand in hand therefore we outright refuse the plain, airport convenience store travel accessories in dreary black.

Step into the colorful world of MISCHA Designs with lightweight and practical travel gear done up in colors inspired by their founder's travels.

7 WanderLinks to Whet Your Palate

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From familiar scents to new spices, here's a quick roundup of links on what, where and how to eat in different countries.

When you're off to another adventure, make sure to taste the world!

Feel a Part of History

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A roundup of festivals around the world that celebrate a long and interesting past or contemporary legends that have made a mark in history

Events with a historical slant are out there! Find out which ones you can attend this week

Blue Plate Special

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Traditionally one is supposed to veer away from using blue with regards to food but whoever said this was completely wrong as there is nothing more striking than bright, fresh food against deep blue.

Mesmerizing patterns evoking exotic cultures and destinations, blue and white plates are the perfect backdrop for ethnic dishes.

Fashionable Causes

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Who says fashion is frivolous? Rocio Olbes and Natalia Soriano-Cruz' bag line HENRY proves otherwise

The Elizabeth clutch in electric blue and electric green

Accessible Privilege

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With Qatar Airways easy rewards redemption for on the spot upgrades, you can have your cake and eat it too!

Read about how on Stephanie's last trip to Paris she managed to turn a discounted sale economy fare into a business class experience.

Throwback on French Musique

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The Fete dela Musique Manila won't be around without swooning over French music that has influenced many of our artists, both locally and internationally.

Before we celebrate great tunes of the 21st century, let's go back in time to listen to chansons francaises.

5 Festivals to Go to in 7 Days

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Anywhere and everywhere in the world, people are celebrating.

Join in the fun these next seven days as we give you the five most anticipated festivals and free museum days!


We are two friends who were former magazine editors. Having moved onto other things, we both realized that the creative flow the publishing world used to offer us was missing from our lives. Armed with a common love of travel to the exotic and familiar, a penchant for the bohemian, an obsession with food and a lust for writing, we decided to collaborate our unique and fashionable journeys through life together in one passion project.

We are The Gypsetters.

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