As a traveler there are just some things that make you want to punch people in the face whether it’s at the airport or at home. The offender can be anyone from a total stranger to the person sitting next to you on the plane to your friend. To prevent annoying a traveller you must […]Read more "The Irks and Quirks of a Traveler"
As most of you know by now, I have been selected to intern this summer in South Africa for an environmental journalism and travel writing program. I have always wanted to study abroad but never had the means to do it. And by means I mean MONEY. The little piece of paper that rules my […]Read more "We did it."
New York City is a mixture of present, future, and past. Part of the past that is constant throughout the Big Apple appears in the form of cathedrals and other religious structures. I had time to quickly visit both cathedrals (actually I was able to visit the Brooklyn Bridge, Central Park, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, and […]Read more "Ethereal Cathedrals"
If you want to go somewhere with plenty of history and a hint of faith, San Juan Capistrano is your place. This is not the first time I have visited my Mom’s hometown but I enjoyed this visit as much as the other. My Mom tells stories about the swallows and how the mission used […]Read more "San Juan Capistrano: a town of history"
New York City. The Big Apple. The City That Never Sleeps. The City Where Dreams Come True. It may have been all this for others but not really for me. I am a West Coast girl at heart. But NYC treated me well and threw me around a bit. It was an experience I will […]Read more "My favorite parts about New York"
So when people talk about “The Best City in the World” which are they usually referring to? That is correct. New York City. So when I found out that was attending a business journalism conference in NYC, I was more than stoked! Although I was only there for basically 2 nights and 1 day (the […]Read more "Redefine the definition of the best city in the World"
A few months ago I went to D.C. for a business journalism conference and it was my first dose of the East Coast. In my perspective (others claim D.C. not to be part of the coast) it is my first taste of the “East Coast” and I LOVED IT. The people are different, the ambiance […]Read more "“A Whole New World…” D.C. Edition"