St. Patrick’s Festival in Montserrat

  • Post comments:0 Comments

A few weeks back, I got the absolute pleasure of spending the St. Patrick's Holiday on the wonderful, beautiful, picturesque, underrated island of Montserrat. For those that don't know Montserrat is an island in the Caribbean and is a BOT (British Overseas Territory).  It is most commonly known for volcanic eruption that occurred on July 18, 1995, which destroyed…

Continue ReadingSt. Patrick’s Festival in Montserrat

Money Saving Tip #3

  • Post comments:2 Comments

Being that I'm a few days shy of having $3000 in travel money, I decided to share this money saving tip with you all!! Check out the video below! I previously blogged about this money saving tip before, so check out the post here, if you want some more insight After watching this video, do you think you'd give…

Continue ReadingMoney Saving Tip #3

The Pyramids in Teotihacan

  • Post comments:0 Comments

Mexico City has been on my radar since I visited the costal city of Cancun back in 2013. I remember looking up day trips, and seeing a visit to a pre-Aztec community being one of the options. Now, I'm definitely am not a big history buff, but I thought it would be nice to visit…

Continue ReadingThe Pyramids in Teotihacan

Museo Frida Kahlo

  • Post comments:0 Comments

As part of an all day excursion I booked, a visit to the Museum of Frida Kahlo was part of the itinerary. Frida Kahlo is a famous Mexican painter, known mainly for the self portraits she created and being married to renowned muralist Diego Rivera. The entrance to the Museo Frida Kahlo The Museo Frida…

Continue ReadingMuseo Frida Kahlo
×

Cart