Browsing All posts tagged under »Weather«


July 27, 2012


I am officially back on US soil, and have been working while I re-adjusted to the time difference. This post has taken me well over a month to write since I have been back, but I think part of it has to do with the large amount of things that occurred in such a short […]

New Adventure

March 4, 2012


It is official. The tickets are bought, and on May 25, I will be on a plane to Vietnam. I cannot wait, and although the reality hasn’t hit me yet, I have decided to start preparing. What it Takes to Get There: – A good planner. My mom has a tour guide that she uses […]

Day 26 – Xochimilco

June 30, 2011


Today was terribly rainy. All day. It sucked. Not just because it rained all day, but because in Mexico, rainy season usually just means a few hours of rain and then everything stops and gets lovely again. Of course, today of all days when we were going to be doing a lot of outdoorsy things, […]

Day 25 – Taxco!

June 30, 2011


This week I officially finished my classes. I survived! I should be on that show, that or I Shouldn’t Be Alive. One of the two. Just kidding, it really wasn’t that bad… anyhow I am excited to be done with the studying, but not excited that I will be going home soon 😦 but I’m […]

Days 18 & 19

June 24, 2011


Nothing too epic in the past few days… I would like to announce that finally after two and a half days, I have finally got my laundry back from the lavanderia. We thought we were going to get our clothes back yesterday, but they ran out of gas to run the dryers so we had […]

Days 16 & 17

June 21, 2011


You know the days where nothing goes right, you are not in the mood to do anything, but then things begin to happen that really piss you off? Yeah, that would be my day yesterday. I was running out of cloths, so my roommate and I decided to drop our clothes off before school started […]

An Adventure to Martha’s Vineyard

May 13, 2011


Before I embark on an international adventures for the summer, I decided to take a journey to a place in the states that I had never visited before. Growing up, a lot of people at my school would jet off to Martha’s Vineyard in the summer, a world I was never really a part of. […]