Read about my 3-day weekend in the capitol of the USA! Oh, and this post has a special guest... 😉 Check it out!
Before I start telling you all about my week in New York City, I'll give you a bit of background. PuertoRicans in New York are called Newyoricans. This is largely because of the many Puerto Ricans that move to the states to be with family are concentrated in NY. That is the case for … Continue reading A Week in The Big Apple
While there are countless lessons the world can teach you, these are some of the few I can share from my time traveling solo around the world.
This is my part II of "Things to do in Florida" focusing on the Southern half of Florida. Since my last entry was super long I'm going to narrow it down to just a few places. Also because I don't know too much about Southern Florida. That being said, please add your favorite places to go … Continue reading The best places to visit in South Florida
You're itchy feet make it back home after a long journey. You get used to speaking your native language once again. The world loses its bright vivid color and becomes a pallet of dull browns and greys. Familiar faces come in and out of your life for a couple of weeks following your return. The … Continue reading P.A.D. or Post Adventure Depression
Update: I know I haven't been posting regularly as of late, but I promise there is a good reason! If you follow my blog you know that I was living in South Korea for 2 years and was coming home for the summer. Well, I've been home for about a month now and that means that … Continue reading Cruisin’ to the Bahamas with Carnival
Unpopular opinion time, I hate the beach. It's always hot and I get sand in all my crevices. I always leave the beach burnt and unhappy. But because I am a Florida girl ,born and raised, I did skip school to go to the beach quite often. I'm not here to talk about all that, I'm here … Continue reading The Best Places to Visit in Central Florida
This is a list I've compiled of my experience after coming back to the USA after 2 years abroad. Everything is bigger Most noticeably three things are bigger than the global average, it seems. The people, the food portions, and the cars. I had forgotten that people who are so fat they use electric wheelchairs existed! … Continue reading 15 Things you do/notice when you come home after living abroad
Being my last day in Straya, I decided to just relax. I had to set my alarm for 3am that night in order to catch my bus to the airport at 5. It was going to be another night of no sleep so I wanted to sleep as much as I could during the day. … Continue reading Chinese New Year and saying goodbye to Magnificent Australia
Afternoon promenade with old friends I'd plan to be back in Melbourne for Australia day in hopes of going to a Barbie and seeing how the Aussies celebrate their holidays. I'd called up a friend, that stood me up the week prior, who is living in Melbourne on a work holiday visa. She said she … Continue reading Australia day in Melbourne