Breaking Bad Fans in Albuquerque

When I was reading up things to do in ABQ (short for Albuquerque), one thing that looked really interesting was their Breaking Bad RV tours! Basically, this tour company would drive you and a bunch of other people around in a similar RV that Walter and Jesse use, and take you to all the landmark spots around town that was used in the show. The cost of this tour was more than what we wanted to spend, so Joseph and I…
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO
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A Surprise at Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta

Waking up at 3am was not fun. But what’s even worse is getting stuck in severe traffic. From conversations with the workers from our hotel (Hyatt Regency Tamaya), it was clear that the earlier you get to the event, the better off you’d be. They suggested leaving at 4:30am. Sounded like a good idea, until you realize if they told everyone that, I’m sure a lot of people had that same thought, and the chances of traffic is likely. So…
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO
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The Infamous Bubblegum Alley

SLO, or San Luis Obispo, is a city that is about four hours away from Los Angeles. I had never been there, and the main times I hear about it was during the end of high school, when schoolmates would declare they wanted to attend CalPoly, which is located in SLO. But on a recent trip up to Yosemite, we stopped by this city and high priority on the list of things to do was visit Bubblegum Alley. ^ First seen on…
SAN LUIS OBISPO, CALIFORNIA
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Sunday Post: Remedial

To my happiness, my boyfriend came home from Jamaica! Unfortunately, he brought back a cold from the trip, and gave it to me! Sigh. So the past few days, we both have been taking lots of medicine and making sure that the cold goes away as quickly as possible because we’re going on a trip together in a few days! I’m feeling much better today, thankfully, because I’ve been looking forward to this trip for ages! And moving on, here’s what…
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Souvenir of Choice

When traveling, we all want something to remember the trip by. Some buy t-shirts, some buy shot glasses, some get little knick-knacks, and others, well, I’m not sure what others buy. But I know that I tend to prefer sending myself postcards as a way of a souvenir. There are some reasons for this. Firstly, postcards are affordable! The most I’ve paid for one is $1, and stamps are still very much affordable. I can’t say the same about many other…
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The Views of Yosemite

Many people consider Yosemite National Park to be one of the best parks in the United States, and it’s not hard to see why. This park is huge (it takes roughly 35-45 minutes to get from the entrance gate of the park to Yosemite Valley, where the majority of the visitors go to), full of ancient sequoia trees, lakes and streams, hiking trails, and basically everything you wish for when you want to delve into nature. Currently, this park is #3 of…
Yosemite National Park, California
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6 Reasons to Visit Minnesota

For Joseph’s family’s annual get-together, they met up in Minnesota and invited me along! I have never been to that state, and honestly didn’t know what to expect. But since we were meeting up with his family members that are local to the state, I knew we were in good hands. Despite being bitten quite horribly by spiders and mosquitoes (my fault, I didn’t use insect repellent! O___O”), the boyfriend and I had such a fun trip exploring Minnesota with…
Minnesota, United States
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Packing for Yosemite

Ah, labor day weekend. The last big weekend of summer. I am absolutely excited to say that I will be joining my friend Anna on a trip to Yosemite National Park in a couple of days, and will be staying there for a few days before making our way down to San Luis Obispo for a night. This will be my second time visiting the Park, and there is still so many things on my bucket list regarding the place,…
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Cherry Blossom Wonderland

During the New York trip recently, there were a couple of days that I had to myself after my friends had flown back to California, and before my family arrived in Manhattan. Originally, I had planned on taking it easy for these couple of days. You know, walk around Central Park and read a book, go to a coffee shop and read a book, wander aimlessly through the city. But, just my luck, the Cherry Blossom trees were actually blooming…
Washington, D.C., United States
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Current Day & Night Face Routine

In my teenage years, and well into the younger years of my 20s, I have had acne issues on my face and back. I used Proactive for a while during high school, and that worked quite a bit. But for a non-working teenager, it became too expensive for me and I ended up having to try and various drugstore cleansers (that didn’t really end up working). Fast forward a few years into my early 20s. YouTube beauty videos became a regularly…
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