Visiting Pearl Harbor

We have read all about it in our history textbooks. It was an important and crucial time in American History. It happened on the morning of December 7th, 1941. Pearl Harbor, a lagoon harbor with a United States naval base, was attacked by the Imperial Japanese Navy Air Service. This tragic event killed over 2,300…

Why I Don’t Travel with My Boyfriend

If you look back at many of posts, you probably think that I am single girl who goes to trips with only their family and close friends. The truth is? I do have a boyfriend and I know I don’t mention him often but I wanted to address this ‘issue’ of traveling without your partner….

Experiencing My First Luau

When you go to The Aloha State, it’s not uncommon to hear about luaus or see them being advertised on buses or stores and on travel magazines and brochures when you pick them up from the airport. Luaus have been a tradition in the Hawaiian culture since King Kamehameha was around and it was originally…

Oahu, Hawaii: Hawaiian Food Places Reviews

Few days ago, I just came back from my 10-day vacation to the 50th state of Hawaii in the island of Oahu. Going to Hawaii was always my dream trip since I was a little girl and growing up seeing it in movies and television shows inspired me to one day visit the state and…

How to Survive Long Flights

A week ago, I took a plane that took me to my destination 10 hours away from home. Long flights can make you feel quite exhausted through it all and anxious. What is even worst is riding on a plane where you have no choice but to spend a fortune on food and to get…

The Best Snacks/Foods to Bring on Road Trips

Road trips can be real tiring but really rewarding at the end sometimes. Without being prepared for a road trip, you’re setting yourself to an exhausting and costly trip where you’ll need to be making stops to get what you need and the thing is you will probably end up making a stop or two….

Washington DC: Newseum

“There are three kinds of people who run toward disaster, not away: cops, firemen and reporters.” -Rod Dreher, newspaper columnist Note: This post may contain sensitive content. Reader discretion is advised. What would we do in a world without news? The media? What would influence our thoughts or inform us to be aware of disasters and…

An investment to make: Waterproof case

I wish I had thought of this long ago BUT I have to say I’ve been fortunate to have had luck with my cellphone (iPhone 6s) without a lot of added protection. Before getting myself this current phone case, I had a really sturdy but thin rubber case that had been bought along the time I…

Bahamas: Attractions To See and Things to Do

Since a lot of us are finishing our college semesters up and diving right into summer, some of us work jobs that allow us to have a summer vacation, and some of us are just ready to just explore, here’s a place that is all around beautiful to visit: The Bahamas. The Bahamas is seemingly…

Why I quit my job: Finding my path to the unknown

“Sometimes it takes an overwhelming breakdown to have an undeniable breakthrough.” -Anonymous “Recognize that the world can be a shade of ugly so shallow that ugliness seems to be the only rational response, but dare to be beautiful anyway.” -Jeff Buckley Sometimes in life, we do things to get by. This post will be about…