Auckland New Zealand is renowned to have most populated Polynesians of Urban Sub tropic in the world. Development is in motion and won’t be stopping any time soon since I found myself lost in the heart of the city and construction left and right up down all around, madness! Overall city is growing with many … More Island Lifestyle in New Zealand
It was the night before , of course the last minute planning when a hostel friend whom I met suggested to take a trip, a few other people and I to the longest extension pedestrian bridge in Gadman, Switzerland. After celebrating our lavish journey in the Swiss alps, the next day we took the train … More Lost in the Swiss Alps
At the peak of Autum, Grandpa cuts wood for winter coming, I show up and help throw out excess “unsellable” cauliflower at their farm for a few hours until the sun sets west. Five year old grand son plays with a simple string and bucket of what would be considered tetherball. I help the beautiful … More Mountain Diary
Ciao from Roma! In the land of marble slabs that have been deeply honored, in a place that thrives on aesthetics in art, food, and locals who take expressional pride. The bus as my main transportation has been a great tool to discover Rome. I’ve been getting on random bus lines and then getting off … More Romanisicing.
My boyfriend Reuben and I ran into his friend, a retired hippie, former environmentalist who is now a gardener and uses his land as an educational center to college, high school, and grammar students. He noticed my horse necklace, and complimented me then mentioned this movie called, “Have you seen Horse Dancer? Great, wonderful … More Shepard Bliss Horse Tale
A man walks into my café and decides to sit in the back of the Restaurant. He stops to tell me that this is now his favorite seat in the house. I was befuddled, and wondered, “Why do you ask sir?”, as I follow his hint. His expression began to illuminate, jaw drops, and pointed out, … More The Feminist Corner
Back in May 2017, during one evening while doing my chores over at Leland St. Farms, which consisted of putting Nelly(cow), Jasper(in the image), away in their stall, feeding the hogs, then lastly milking Hope the goat. Out of the twenty minutes of doing my chores seemed to be “peaceful” than other evenings, yet strange. … More Tai Chi Farm Animal
A Waitress’ Confessions, muah, me who is ready to break away to Europe, and set new measures of getting by traveling on a low budget. And the struggles to find work, earn income, and potentially reverting back to the states to attend my job as a waitress while still in search for the next adventure! … More A Waitress’ Confessions