While I was in London, I decided to take a tour of Stonehenge and Bath. I wanted to see a different historical side of England and I had a lot of options to take tours of Oxford, Salisbury, Windsor Castle, Stratford, the Cotswolds, and many more. I had to choose one of those places to […]Read more "The Countryside of England"
San Juan, Puerto Rico has some of the nicest beaches to relax on. The two main beaches that I spent most of my time at were Condado Beach and the beach at Isla Verde. The beach at Isla Verde seemed to be more of the touristy the beach and Condado Beach was a bit quieter. […]Read more "Living the San Juan Life!"
This past summer, I was lucky enough to spend sixteen or so days on a post grad trip all throughout Puerto Rico and Europe. One of the places that I got to stop in was the wonderful United Kingdom. I’ve always wanted to visit London and I was so happy that I was able to […]Read more "Across the Pond…"
Old San Juan…. Oh Viejo San Juan, you are a gem. Old San Juan is such a unique part of Puerto Rico because you can truly tell that the portion of the city of San Juan was preserved from history. Untouched. And boy is it a beautiful sight to see. There were bunches of people […]Read more "A Colorful Day In Old San Juan"
This past May, I finally achieved my goal of visiting a Caribbean country and a Latin American country, and what better place than Puerto Rico (especially since you don’t need a passport and my phone service still worked there lol!). I was in the beautiful island of Puerto Rico for 4 days and I wanted […]Read more "Into the Rainforest: El Yunque Style"
The best museum in Minneapolis hands down has to be the Minneapolis Institute of Art. Not only is this museum full of interesting pieces and exhibits, it’s free. FREE. I like museums that don’t charge pricey admission fees, but this museum doesn’t even charge a dime, so you know it’s lit. The art institute is […]Read more "Art For The Museum Lovers"
During this past summer, I went camping for the first time. Not like the typical summer camp that your parents make you attend during middle school. This was camping in a tent in the good ol’ outdoors. One of my good friends invited me to go camping during the Fourth of July, and I was […]Read more "Camping? More Like Glamping"