I've never visited Vermont, but a last minute adventure changed that. It was a short road trip where I found Vermont to be quite beautiful. It did not last for more than 24 hours, but scenic routes, fresh air and the small town was still a nice place to getaway from the city. I am … Continue reading Twenty Four Hours in Vermont
I've spent two weeks in the Philippines and at first it was rough. Not because of the jet lag, but understanding the way of life in Manila. The roads overflowed with trucks, tricycles and cars that drove recklessly, but I’ve never witnessed an accident. Parts of Manila mirrored America with it’s luxury apartments, hotels, skyscrapers … Continue reading What My Motherland Taught Me.
The first ever Baker's Dough has reached Rotterdam, Netherlands! I was not expecting to try cookie dough on a Tuesday afternoon, but it all started with urgent text messages from my cousin to "hurry and put on leggings". When I finally got dressed, I walked over to Pannekoekstraat to find Baker's Dough's line filling up! Plenty of … Continue reading
This past weekend I was one of many participants for Rotterdam's first Urban Photo Race. You're given six different themes & each theme requires three final shoots. At the end of the race, which took 12 hours, you meet at the last check point to submit your photos. I've never participated in such a thing before, … Continue reading Urban Photo Race | Rotterdam, NL