In 6th grade, there was an annual camping trip that the class would go to. I was super excited about going. Sleeping bags! Wilderness! Away from my parents and my little brother! That excitement was shattered when my parents said no. My 10 year old littke heart was competely shattered and did not understand why … Continue reading Camp-er Life
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A little goes a BIG way
My spontaneous ass takes a trip to Little Corn island.
Road Trippin’ Series: Wine and Waterfalls!
Road trip to the North of the border. *cues Game of Thrones music* CANADA! I was super nervous driving to Canada this time around. Maybe... because the last attempt... I ended up with spending 1 hour in Canadian customs at 4 am after driving 8 hours to have the customs officers interrogate you about possible … Continue reading Road Trippin’ Series: Wine and Waterfalls!
Hostel or Nah?
One of the things when traveling on a budget, there is this subject of staying at a hostel. A hostel by definition is a budget-oriented accommodation where travelers can rent a bed in a shared living space (dormitory, living space, kitchen, bathroom). The shared sleeping room can be same sex or co-Ed depending on preference. … Continue reading Hostel or Nah?
Trinidad is a UNESCO city located in Central Cuba. About an hour drive from Cienfuegos, Trinidad was by far my favorite city that I visited in Cuba. Why? It was full of Cuban culture, cobblestone roads, and the food was really good. Okay, if you have been reading my blogs on Cuba, I haven't really … Continue reading Trinidad, Cuba
6 hours via bus, I ended up at Cienfuegos. Cienfuegos was the only city colonized by the French and their influence can be seen in the architecture. Relatively walkable and small city, it was entirely different coming from Havana. Cienfuegos was beautiful and relaxing. Like super relaxing and super chill. The hustle and bustle of … Continue reading Cienfuegos, Cuba
Classic cars! Mojitos! Ernest Hemmingway! Daiquiris! Havana Nights! Salsa! Live Music! Havana is everything I imagined it to be. As soon as I stepped out of the airport, it felt something like a Miami Vice movie. After the excitement of stepping into the 1950s, Havana is like every other city. Every city there is the … Continue reading Havana, Cuba
When President Obama lifted the traveling restrictions to Cuba for US citizens, I needed to go!! Especially before Starbucks and McDonald's take over and "Americanized" it. Sad but true. Overall my experience of Cuba was great. It felt like I went back in time. From the city to even the countryside. It is … Continue reading Cuba!
The AMAZING Race to Boracay
If I was part of "The Amazing Race" cast and if was anything like the journey getting Boracay that I had, I am good. I don’t need that in my life. It could be because I didn't take a “real” rest breaks coming from the United States to Southeast Asia. It could be the 20 … Continue reading The AMAZING Race to Boracay
Solo Dolo VS Homies that live by YOLO
Solo Dolo or Homies to that live by YOLO? Biggest travel debate.