Just 2 weeks ago I posted about my trip to New York City. Although I gave you a rundown of what we got up to, I wanted to follow up with sharing things I wish I knew before going. As a first time visitor, I wasn’t too sure what to expect. I learned the basics through people that had already been but there were things I didn’t learn until I got there. These are tips that could help you save time and money! We all know how valuable those two things are, especially when you’re on vacation.
Although my birthday was 3 months ago I figured I’d share the exciting things I got to do. This years birthday was extra special! A couple friends and I flew to New York City on the weekend before my birthday. While planning this trip I made sure to watch as many youtube videos and read as many blogs as I could. I really wanted to know what there was to do and see. I’m also a sucker for restaurants so I spent a lot of time looking into where to get good food. Taking a look at what other people did when they visited the Big Apple was super helpful.
This post is basically just one big recap of the weekend we spent in NYC. I’ve included the restaurants we ate at, the places we went and even the cost for somethings (just to give you an idea of how much you’d need).
Hey guys! This post is waaayyy over due but I promise there is a reason behind the madness! Yesterday (March 4th) marks 4 years of living in Toronto. So much in my life has changed and the time has really flown by! Earlier this year I got to go back to Nairobi for the first time since I moved. You never know how people are really doing when all you see are their posts on Facebook, Instagram or Snapchat. social media is just social, it doesn’t show you the real, intimate and personal details of your best friends lives. It’s incredibly hard to maintain a relationship with people when you’re thousands of miles apart but boy am I grateful for the people I’ve managed to stay close with.