do you ever feel like you’ve been trapped in a time warp? like months of your life have been sucked away, disappearing into oblivion while you’ve just tried to survive? welcome to march-september of 2016 for me. we decided at the beginning of march that we were going to buy the home we had been […]Read more "bon voyage : a weekend in barcelona"
experiencing déja vu? yes, i wrote a post on paris a couple months ago. i also just spent the past week there, frolicking my days away with wine, cheese, and bread galore. now that i’m back home (and detoxing said delicious shiz from my system), i have a bit more detailed plans to offer to […]Read more "bon voyage : exploring in paris"
i’m not easily intimidated, especially when it comes to travel. i’ve ventured off for summers abroad on my own, clueless about what to expect at my destination, with little fear or reservation. when my husband and i decided to travel to iceland to celebrate our first anniversary, i took it as an opportunity for lots […]Read more "bon voyage : iceland"
some precursory knowledge if you are reading this and do not know me: I LOVE PARIS. i loved it before i ever visited, and i have only grown to love it more with each visit. i love it so much that i convinced my husband, our immediate families, and some of our dearest friends that […]Read more "bon voyage: paris"
disclaimer: i was too busy relaxing and enjoying myself to take photos, so i only have a few low-res photos from my friend’s phone to share. #notsorry. read on. after spending the first few days of the new year quarantined in our house, binge-watching Jane the Virgin, i was ready for a little adventure. when my […]Read more "bon voyage: akumal, mexico"
we arrived in chiang mai with little planned, not knowing what to expect. we had timed our visit to intersect with Loy Krathong and Yee Peng (thailand’s annual lantern festivals), but i hadn’t thought that much into our time there beyond these events. after checking in at our hotel, we ventured out into the unknown […]Read more "bon voyage: thailand (pt. 3, chiang mai)"
oh, where to begin?! i guess the first thing i should point out before even discussing krabi is the whole issue of getting to thailand. because we wanted to maximize our time in the country, we thought it would be best to opt for as few flights as possible. not only was this more expensive, […]Read more "bon voyage: thailand (pt. 2, krabi)"