Over the last few weeks I've been planning my trips for "life enrichment". It's solid that I will travel to Lihue, Hawaii to visit family, then bday trip to Outer Banks North Carolina, and I think a few camping trips as the summer goes. I'm looking into the trip for September for Spain, however I'm … Continue reading
Over the weekend the weather was wonderful, a quick trip to Longwood Gardens was to ensure. With most of the trails opened and flowers in bloom it was the perfect time. The only exhibit that was not open were the Lily Pads. Enjoy the photographs below.
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It's been about two months since my last post on this site. There was some revision in content and a stop while I adjust to living in my current town and new job. Had to take some time to figure it out and I'm taking a break from my academic venture and career development in … Continue reading Planning
2017 was filled with new experiences. But the trips were less and to be honest I did not try as much new food as I wanted. With the responsibility of paying for the place that I live in now and saving for some future goals. Leisure has taken a second seat. However, I know that … Continue reading Reflection on 2017 Travels and Food
This Saturday I went back to Longwood Gardens for their light display. It was packed, all the parking lots were full and by the time I got there the only timed tickets available were at 8:30pm EST. However, I was able to get in a hour ahead somehow. The displays were beautiful, awe-inspiring, and I … Continue reading Longwood Gardens Christmas Light
We have entered the holiday season and I have to say Christmas came earlier this year. At Peddler's Village in Lahaska, PA the annual lighting partakes a week before Thanksgiving. The town is filled with wondrous lights. Being a light aficionado, I have to make the trip which is close to my home and I … Continue reading Trips, Art, and Thanksgiving
Once a month I plan a trip out of town for a day or two. As I kid I would take trips to different caves with my parents. I knew I wanted to visit the caves, but I wanted something that was new to me. I did a google search and came around to the … Continue reading Penn Cave and Wildlife Park and Poe Valley State Park
Reflecting on the experience I've had with the food industry as a consumer. I've reached a point to be cognizant of my choices. I have limited resources and in this day and age I want to support local businesses in which I feel are worth spending my money on. This brings me to the subject … Continue reading I heard your food is amazing, but your service is rude.