Destination: Cambria, California

Five years have passed since I last went to Cambria. With its sweeping bluffs and rocky shoreline stretching for miles and miles, this small, seaside village in Central California is a rugged, wild retreat for anyone looking to escape the bustle of city life.┬áDespite the fact that I've traveled so many places in the world, … Continue reading Destination: Cambria, California

27 Lessons I Learned in 27 Years

March 25th marks my birthday-- this year, I turn 27. I've comfortably entered my late twenties, and it's quite surreal to think that I have done and seen so much of this world in my young life...and there remains a lot more to discover! I've made it a tradition in the last five years to … Continue reading 27 Lessons I Learned in 27 Years

Destination: Albuquerque, New Mexico

Spring Break has just started for many schools across the nation. Even if I am no longer in the education system, I would like to recount a couple of my Spring Break travels from previous years, back when I used to be in school. It brings back memories, and also the wanderlust that I always … Continue reading Destination: Albuquerque, New Mexico

Destination: Santillana del Mar, Spain

For the last couple of years, Santillana del Mar had been at the top of my list of places to visit in Spain (rather Europe, in general). It has been nicknamed "the prettiest village in Spain," and a quick Google search will prove that to be correct. From its cobblestone streets to its small, but … Continue reading Destination: Santillana del Mar, Spain

Destination: Segovia, Spain

Segovia was the final stop I did while stationed in Madrid for summer break last June. After a lovely day trip to Salamanca, I headed out in good spirits to visit Segovia, which is world-famous for its towering aqueduct in the heart of the city. With its streets and buildings steeped in regal history, Segovia … Continue reading Destination: Segovia, Spain