Fri-YAY Favorites

Happy Friday everyone! Although I’m a travel blogger, I have yet to quit my job, so I’m always excited to see Fridays. Not only do I not work during the weekends and I get to explore, but I also get to share some amazing favorites I’ve found throughout the week. So here’s to my first […]

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How Traveling Can Cure a Broken Heart

A broken heart is never a pleasant experience. Unfortunately, many people will go through one at some point in life. Whether it is due to the end of a relationship or the death of a family member,  most of us go through something hard in life. Everyone has a way of coping with their broken heart – […]

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What to Do During a Layover

Ah layovers…this can be a real nightmare to some travelers. Especially, when you are in a rush to make it to a destination by a certain time. Although it is simple to avoid layovers by booking flights back to back, sometimes things can happen and you end up waiting for your flight. This has happened to […]

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What’s in My Camera Bag? 

One of the questions I get asked a lot is what kind of camera I use for my photos. Well, as a lover of photography, I don’t just use one camera or one lens for my photos. So to answer this question, I thought it would be best to demonstrate what I am currently carrying in my […]

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Weekend Trip | Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens

Have you ever been on a road trip and thought to yourself, today I am going to take a detour! and actually followed through? No?  Yeah I didn’t think so… First of I don’t think people plan on taking a detour,  unless you’re like me and have been on the same road trip about 50 times. After those […]

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For the Love of Hashtags

Happy Monday! I know, I know…it’s never happy if you are stuck in a cubicle, but rather than seeing it as a curse, see it as a blessing. You have a job, a job that one day you will leave for a better one. As someone who loves to travel all day, every day, I […]

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Lima | In the Heart of Peru

In the U.S., Peru doesn’t seem to have too much of an image. The only thing well known of Peru is Machu Picchu and the Incas, which people  disgracefully confuse with the Aztecs. On the other hand, one image that does seem to be circulating around is that of dark-skinned, poor people with their alpacas… […]

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