Where to Stay in Pocono Mountain

For the first day of our Pocono adventure we rented our campsite in this place called KOA. The first time I’ve known Kampgrounds Of America was when we went to Cape May last year. We only spent one night at that time and I felt that we didn’t make the most out of it. While I […]

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Yosemite in a Different Perspective

As much as I want to be independent from the trips that I’ve had, usually it would cost me to limit my itineraries due to the fact of being moronic in driving. This was a problem for me while I was planning our trip to San Francisco. The boyfriend knows how to burn up the […]

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50 Shades of Blue

I started off July quite relaxing with sun-kissed skin, salty hair, and some 50 shades of blue for my birthday celebration. It was a different kind of travel for the boyfriend and I because we did not stress ourselves in planning for our itineraries before the trip more so waking up early to explore Miami. […]

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What to Know and What to Expect in Lantern Festival

It was my second time to attend such a magical event and it will definitely not the last one (I’m crossing my fingers.) Since it’s my second time already, I’ll give some pointers on what to expect and where to reserve tickets to this sort-of-tangled-like festival (USA only). Be ready to mesmerize and sing “I […]

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Sakura Matsuri

Every year The Brooklyn Botanical Garden celebrates the kick off the spring season by this so-called event, Sakura Matsuri. It’s a festival hosted by Japanese in lieu of the blooming of cherry blossoms which was also the main attraction that you can find in the botanical garden. It’s a 2-day event usually held at the […]

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