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WANDERLUST 108//YOGI HEAVEN

September 15, 2017

So I am not much of a yogi, I used to practice  yoga but not anymore.Yoga or not I love going to the wanderlust festival.I first attended the festival  last year, when a friend invited me and I had so much fun, so this year I decided to go back.Wanderlust festival is a summer festival which includes 5K runs, Yoga(Acroyoga, aerial) and meditation sessions. The event is held in different cities around the world including New York City. In NYC,…

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NYFW//SS18

September 11, 2017

Every February and September each year, the streets of New York turn into runways for fashionable men and women during New York Fashion Week. From street styles to runways everyone is looking their best and out to see and be seen.  Historically the official NYFW show sponsored by Mercedes Benz was held at Bryant Park. A few years later it moved to Lincoln Center and this year it was held at Skylight Clarkson Sq in downtown Manhattan. Usually the high…

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US OPEN// Un Souvenir D’enfance

August 31, 2017

So this Monday August 28th, 2017 was the opening day  for  the US Open, and  I was able to catch the opening day game  with two good friends of mine. The  match  was between Maria Sharapova (RUSSIA) and Simona Halep (ROMANIA). It was my first time ever watching a game live and all my childhood memories came rushing back. Tennis and football (soccer) are very dear to my heart because I grew up watching tennis championships and soccer games with…

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California Dreamin’

August 4, 2017

Beautiful weather, sea breezes, sunshine, sandy beaches and palm trees. It’s CALIFORNIA DREAMIN’ babyyyy. Follow my blog with Bloglovin So last year we visited Northern California, San Francisco and the surrounding Bay area. This time around we decided to visit Southern California or as the locals call it SoCal.  I must say, the vibe is completely different down in SoCal compared to NoCal. The SoCal vibe is more chill and the weather is always nice. I bet the weatherman  has…

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The Adirondack Retreat

July 3, 2017

New York’s concrete jungle can get hot and sweltering as summer settles in. And with the overwhelming amount of events and things to do, I thought a quick getaway to an Adirondack retreat would do a soul good. So I hopped on the Amtrak and headed up for 2.5 HRS on the train to North Creek, a small town within the Adirondack National Park just a few miles north of Lake George for some “RnR”. And yes, it helps having friends with a rustic log cabin…

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Island Vibes in Vieques

June 24, 2017

Hellooo Island hoppers here 🙂 So from the main island of Puerto Rico we hopped over to the small neighbouring island of Vieques. It’s a quick half hour ride on a small prop plane, which I must say is not for the faint hearted.  Consider the ferry if you have a fear of flying! Vieques is a beauty of its own. Serene  torqouise beaches and majestic green mountains. We were in a lil piece of paradise with the Atlantic ocean on the north…

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Despacito in Puerto Rico

June 20, 2017

Hola!! Como estas! That’s all the Spanish I could learn in my two days in San Juan. This beautiful old town is only 3.5hrs on a direct flight from New York City. I  went from gloomy to sunshine in paradise real quick. Soon after dropping my luggage at the hotel I “ubered “over to Old San Juan for lunch at Cafe Puerto Rico where I had a delicious mofongo and Pina Colada cocktails obviously. I also made a visit at Castillo…

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Comme des Garcons // The Art of In-Between

May 14, 2017

The Met Gala is one of the most exclusive events in NYC. Its’ goal is to raise funds for the Costume Institute, a department of the Metropolitan Museum or Art (The Met). Tickets for the event, chaired by Anna Wintour, can cost upwards of $30,000USD and are sold solely to A-listers. The annual event usually takes place on the first Monday of May and has a different theme each year. This year’s theme was around ‘ The Art of In-Between// Comme…

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A Guide to Frieze NYC

May 9, 2017

So this weekend was the annual Frieze Art Fair on Randalls’s Island , NYC. I always wanted to go to this cool international contemporary art fair since… well, forever. And I finally made it! The fair is organized by the publishers of Frieze magazine and this year ran from May 5th to the 7th, featuring contemporary and modern art from galleries all over the world: London, New York, Seoul, Mumbai, Paris, Cape Town, Tokyo and many more. I felt like a kid in…

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When Summer Comes to Town

May 2, 2017

In NYC you know it’s almost summer when your street block is closed for some good ol’ food truck festival, the ice cream trucks are in the streets, the weekend farmers market and the roof top bars open up and stylish runners hit the road. In this city that never sleeps we are constantly hustling and bustling but events like these really help us slow down and enjoy that overpriced hotdog and maybe run into your next-door neighbours you didn’t…

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