It’s been a while since I last blogged again, mostly because the past month has been an emotional roller coaster ride, but I’ve kind of gotten a hang of it. I must say it’s been tough having to work alone, but now that’s over and I feel okay.
Continue reading “The Windy City”
It’s been a while again since my last post because I’ve been so busy #adulting and trust me when I say it’s getting old. However, I do not want to get into details because what I really wanted to share with you guys in this post is a video of our trip to Japan last February when we got to explore a few more different cities than we previously had. Watching this video over and over again has made me miss being in another country or city, getting lost in translation (applicable to countries that do not have English as their native tongue), eating good food and of course being with some of the people who matter to me. Check it out and enjoy!
All credit goes to Carlos for this video, but we do not own the song!
There’s not a day that goes by that I don’t miss Paris and the fact that it’s already been 6 years makes me wonder if I’ll ever be able to step foot in the city of Love again soon. However, nobody ever said that we couldn’t look back and daydream, right? Continue reading “BRB, Daydreaming of Paree!”
July has only just begun and while good things are happening in my life and I’ve learnt to embrace the fact that I’ll just be here, I can’t help but feel unmotivated in my current w-place. And after learning about what this person I worked my ass off for thought about me, I did not take it well. Continue reading “Reality Check”
My recent trip to Little Rock involved my whole family getting together due to the fact that my little brother graduated from college which I might have mentioned in a previous post. I have without a doubt so much love for my family even though we drove each other nuts at some point (because what’s a family vacay without a bit of drama?). Continue reading “Little Rock, Arkansas”
If there’s anything I love doing in Macau on weekends (Sundays, in particular), it’s lazing around or pigging out with Carlos, family or friends. Continue reading “The colorful side of Macau”
Whilst travelling has left me with good memories I’ll treasure forever, it’s left my wallet hanging dry and empty. And I mean that in the most honest way. I’m not complaining at all, but I’d be lying if I said that it hasn’t taken a huge toll on my finances and once again, I’ve never felt so lifeless having nothing to spend for a month or two. However, I’ve pulled myself together and figured out a way not to spend these two months. After all, I have to keep myself busy with everything that’s going on around me. Continue reading “The aftermath of Travelling”
Less than a year ago, I flew to the US for my sister’s birthday and then went on a Cali adventure which included driving along the coast and hopping from one city to the next. Our last stop was San Francisco where we got to see one of the most popular musicals: Hamilton! I blogged about this as well, so just click on the link if you’re interested. Continue reading “Hamilton on Broadway!”
While we’ve been back in Little Rock for nearly two weeks now, I’m still not done with sharing all my photos from New York. And from the title, you can already tell what this post’s going to be about. Continue reading “We meet again, Lady Liberty!”
Whilst in New York, we made it a point to stop by Brooklyn and see one of the most popular bridges ever built. I’ve had my fair share of seeing or visiting popular bridges before and it was also my second time there, so prior to going, I wasn’t as excited although it later had an effect on me and yes it’s still pretty! I’m so glad we went and that my parents and little brother got to see it for this trip was mostly for them (my parents paid for it after all). It was interesting to see it for the second time because it felt familiar and we got to soak it all in despite the number of people on it. [Tip: Be sure to get there early because by noon, the bridge will be filled with tourists and locals cycling.] Continue reading “Next Stop: Brooklyn”