Self-isolation has everyone making bread at home. I didn’t realize how easy it is to make bread. Check out how easy of a recipe this is: Ingredients: 6 cups of all-purpose flour 1 packet of active dry-yeast 2 1/2 teaspoons of salt 2 2/3 cups of water Continue reading No-Knead Bread
Looking for something to do during self-isolation? Make delicious cookies the family is sure to love. Continue reading Salted Caramel Thumbprint Cookie Recipe
Make a semi quick shrimp spaghetti pasta with delisious garlic shrimp. Wondering what the twist is?
Spinach and tomato with balsamic. DELICIOUS.
So let’s get to it:Continue reading “Easy shrimp pasta with a twist”
Travelling isn’t just about what you see, it’s also about what you eat.
If you are travelling to Barcelona, you will have so much to see you will forget to sit down and enjoy a meal. At least that’s what happens to me when I’m overwhelmed with the amount of beautiful things I can see in a short time.
I’m here to remind you of some of the must have foods you need to try on your trip to Barcelona, Spain. Continue reading “Eat Your Way Through Barcelona”
Colombia has risen to the top of people’s travel bucket list – and for good reason. It is a beautiful country that is clawing itself out of it’s bad reputation. You say Colombia, and people automatically think cocaine capital of the world.
For a while, this was true. However, now a days the government has started to clean up areas of the country and wipe out the production of drugs. In areas like Minca, a town in the mountains, that residents used to make money from working the cocaine fields, are now profiting from tourism and coffee farms.
So, is it a safe place to go to? Yes and no.
Planning to go to Spain for La Tomatina? Here are some things you should know before you go get tomatoes thrown at your face.
La Tomatina takes place at the end of August (varying every year), for a celebration that no one really knows why it started. Speculation is that the village people got angry at the government and started throwing tomatoes at them to show their anger. Anyways… The annual event is hosted in a Small town near the coast called Buñol, Valencia.
Where To Stay: the obvious choice would be to stay in Valencia. And if you have the time to spend a night there then I suggest you do so. However, book it in advance, it is a small town. You may end up getting a room at their university. You can also stay in Barcelona and get your tickets through a company that will drive you overnight to Valencia. Continue reading “La Tomatina: What to Expect”
I was under the impression that bringing a few layers of clothing would be more than enough to trek to Machu Picchu for four days. Well… turns out I was mistaken.
I ended up wearing ever piece of clothing I had in order to stay warm. So please read this blog, and don’t make the same mistake as me.
The best time to go to Machu Picchu is from May – November to avoid the rainy season. Unfortunately, this means you are going to be in Peru during their winter months. Which at an altitude of over 3,000 meters feels quite cold.
If you are doing the Inca Trail or the Salcantay Trail you will probably have to pack slightly different items. The Inca Trail is all stairs and if you go in the dry season you will be in the sun all day. If you are doing the Salcantay Trail part of it goes through the Amazon so it is humid and there are more chance of encountering mosquitos. The climate also varies on the time of the year you go, as well as, how long a trek you are doing, as a 2 day trek and 5 day trek may have different paths.
Looking to make some stylish flower headbands? Watch this easy how-to video done with items all from Dollar Store. 1. Take your headband and wrap it around the bowl. 2. Remove the plastic flower from the stem and cat any excess from the back of the flower. 3. Put the hot glue on the headband and place your flower on it 4. Hot glue leaves … Continue reading How-To Make Flower Headbands
I was determined to spend my birthday this year in Paris. Preferably with friends, but none of the 10 people I invited could come. I know, LAME!
So I ended up doing a solo trip to Paris. Was it an amazing time? Yes. Would I do it again? I don’t know. I personally enjoy having people to share experiences with. Am I glad I did it? Yes.
If you are planning a solo trip and don’t want to be the lead role in your own remake of the movie Taken, here is some advice to keep in mind.
Planning on spending a 4 days in New York City? Here are some must do things. Because let’s be honest, who doesn’t want to be in a city where pretty much EVERY movie is filmed in?
It may be a small island, but it there is SO MUCH to see.
First of all, if you are going for 4 days do your best to stay in Manhattan. Hotels are cheaper in Staten Island, but you will spend a lot of time commuting. Air BNBs are a great choice – we stayed at one in China town – we were 5 people so it made more sense financially than booking separate hotel rooms.
Anyways…Here are the top things you should do in New York.