La Dolce Vita

Been craving some of that dolce vita lately. Since I just got a new fabulous job, my travel plans have been restricted to long weekends for the next few months. I’m not complaining about it, I figured it’s actually the perfect time for me to do more exploring in the US . I feel like…

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Boston Bazaar

During my quick east coast visit last weekend, I was able to squeeze in some time to visit Boston. More like, I went to Boston to visit my brother who is currently living there and managed to “squeeze” in some time to wander around. Lucky for me, the weather turned out to be absolutely perfect…

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Mural, Mural on the Wall

Art is everywhere in Chicago. It goes beyond the walls of museums and galleries, and can also be found in random places such us under the bridge, in a small alley, and even at a bus stop far away from the touristy areas downtown.  Street art  brings the city to life. Some of these impressive graffitis…

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Chicago Summer

My first Chicago summer as a resident has ended. It came and went as fast as a speeding train and there I was left standing at the platform. I guess things do change when you actually live in the city and not just visiting as a “tourist”. But between jobs and responsibilities, I managed to sneak in…

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Rollin’ On The River

If you’ve been thinking of venturing out to Louisiana, beyond the the boozy streets of New Orleans, I say go ahead. I’m not saying totally skip the Big Easy, what’s wrong with you? But taking some time to see the real Louisiana can do you some good. My third time in Cajun Country and I…

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Cowboys & Cattles

My fascination with Texas is deeply rooted on Cowboys and the Old West era. I’d love to turn back the hands of time and experience the old ways of the West. I know I may not last long since it means no cellphones and wifi, but I’m willing to risk it for my curiosity. (Lol!)…

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