A stroll through the Seattle Japanese Garden.
I have finally ticked off one of my American travel goals! During the week of the 4th of July, we packed up our bags and are headed to the Northwest! Goodbye Austin, hello Seattle!
Weddings are one of my favorite events to attend! There is something so special about baring witness to the exchanging of vows between two people in love.
After what can only be described as a rough first day/night, we were finally awake during the day and ready to explore!
Two days after the wedding, we boarded our nonstop transcontinental flight from Miami to Madrid. To say that we were excited would be an understatement. We still had no real idea of what we would do when we got there, but we're smart and knew that we would find a way - it's not like we where traveling to another planet.
Then it suddenly dawned on me - we had tickets to Spain, but hadn't actually book a hotel or planned what we would be doing ...
With all the wedding festivities about to kick off, Kassim and I took a little time to ourselves to wander around St. Armand's Circle. This unique shopping district is located on St. Armand's Key within the Sarasota Bay. Kassim vs. hammock Such a victorious face. I love this Man ❤ After about an hour or … Continue reading Living the Tropical Life
There are so many reasons to visit home, but weddings are my favorite! The food, drinks and dancing, declarations of love and promise for tomorrow. It's an opportunity to get lost in the romance of It all. In order to make the most of our visit, we took a few days on either end of … Continue reading There’s Love In The Air
When entering into the Cathedral, I was greeted by a very large sign requesting that no photos be taken until a 2 GBP fee was paid for a photography permit. It stated that the fee would be used to fund the upkeep of the church which was founded in the 12th century. So, I walked … Continue reading St. Giles Cathedral
Sleep deprived and hungry, we headed into Dublin's city center where we were rewarded with lovely street art, delicious Coddel, and a few nice hotel rooms. Our first stop was to find lunch - here's the street art which speckled our path We swung into Oliver St. John Gogaty's for a little lunch and live … Continue reading Finding Our Footing