Would you believe this is in Oklahoma? 🙀 This is Cherry Street in Tulsa. 💕 I stumbled upon the road randomly AKA after seeing a crowd of people, I was curious to find out what all the buzz was about. 🧐 I soon discovered that Cherry Street is a local weekday hangout filled with cute antique stores and restaurants! 😻 ••• Tell me, do you have a favourite local spot?
Seeing all the #LetsCamp2018 photos from @theglossaryco this weekend has got me nostalgic for a visit to one of my favorite places ever -- @campwandawega. Not only is it the place I got married, but it also holds a special place in my heart from #LetsCamp2017 and all the awesome ladies I met. I might just need to find a way to make it back there this fall ❤ Thanks again for this snap @katelyn_now.
Swinging into summer like ☀️ It’s been so gloomy where I’ve been, so I’m a bit excited for the warm weather! The first day of summer is June 21, what are your summer plans??
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If you can learn to see the positive side of everything, you'll be able to live a much richer life than others. After a hilariously bad travel day yesterday, i made it an effort to stay positive. It takes more work but it ended up being a pretty funny day. Tell me, where in the world have you had an extremely off travel day? 💛💙💚💖
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Our weekend in Portland travel guide is LIVE on the blog! It was a short trip but I’m sharing recommendations given to us from Portland locals AND where we stopped, what we experienced + what’s worth putting on your list when visiting! 🍴🍾 Portland + the surrounding areas in Oregon are SO gorgeous. If this wasn’t on your list before, I hope it is after reading! ⠀ ⠀ ⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ ⠀ ⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀ ⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ ⠀ ⠀⠀
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Initially, I wrote a very long caption detailing the distinctions between different Chinese groups: Mainlanders, Overseas Chinese (including yours truly), Taiwanese, etc. 🤭Instead I’ll save that for my upcoming story of how I came to Taipei to learn more about my family, my heritage, and the history of Republic of China (Taiwan). 🇹🇼 Flying back to Kuala Lumpur today after an interesting and emotional week in Taipei. Can’t wait to share my stories with you on www.poshbrokebored.com.💙
Plan a "treat yo'self day" after get the job done 💕 walking on the beach helps me to relax and enhance the mind-positivity for greater self improvement
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One of my highlights from Cambodia was a visit to this floating village. Our tuk tuk driver actually lent us money to pay for a boat tour of the village... 😂 The Cambodian people are so beautiful!
This was my favorite scene of the day! An ice cream boat pulled up to the side of the school, and as you can see, kids are kids are kids. People are people are people. No matter what they look like, no matter where they live, no matter what resources are or aren't available to them, they're all the same. WE'RE all the same!!!
Next time you're at odds with somebody or in a disagreement, remember that deep down we are all the same. And we gotta focus on what unites us rather than what divides us! 👬❤👭
Trying my first hotel breakfast shot. Haha Who did it better? @jacobthefu or me? 😆 [ trip sponsored by @columbiasc ]
In hindsight, probably shouldn’t have brought red wine into bed. 🍷
Staying at @hoteltrundle, the first boutique hotel in DT Columbia. Love when I can be part of the first of something. 🙌🏻🦄🦄🦄 #realcolumbiasc
Love @flaca_loca and her girly gang have fun in front of the Kansas City Public Library. 💃🏻 I don’t know...somethings about this pic reminds us of The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants. 😻 Tag a group of girls you’d love to bring here. #worldgirlsread
Something tells me summer season has finally arrived in NYC 🙌🏽. Posting the last few bits of our time in Little Corn Nicaragua. •
Let me tell you of two events of which no photos were captured of, but will forever remain in my memory:
I have always been a carefree, super laid back traveler and have traveled [solo] to so many countries without safety issues. However, we did visit Nicaragua at an unfortunate time when people were actively dying during protests against the President/government and the national police, and violence flared up. Tourists fled, but we didn’t change our plans. I seriously thought we were going to be okay (and we were). Call us adventurous, or crazy! However, fear and anxiety greeted me in Nicaragua like I’ve never known when passing through some barricades from Granada to Managua. Young men controlled these barricades while carrying firearms and ‘bombas’ with large fires ablaze, faces fully covered, demanding monetary donations from each vehicle stopped (money to make bombs against the police, as per our driver). •
While many of the barricades have been deemed “peaceful”, there are, unfortunately, other people who have taken this opportunity to rob locals and tourists alike. Thank God, that didn’t happen to us! The windows were tinted very dark and our driver was very careful to crack the window only a few inches every time he had to give them money so they wouldn’t spot us in the backseat. You couldn’t have paid me enough to take a photo of all that was happening. •
My boyfriend also got stung by a huge scorpion inside his shoe as we got to the airport on our way to Little Corn Island. I know NOTHING about scorpions except the poisonous ones so I was frantically asking everyone in Spanish if he was going to die (😂). We ended up going to a clinic where he received a robust 500mg hydrocortisone IM shot in the glutes. The venom isn’t poisonous, but people do die from an anaphylactic reaction to the venom (similar to serious allergies to bee sting) •
Nicaragua, I really can’t forget you now. You got my emotions all stirred up, and I do hope the violence ends soon 🖤 #nicaragua#centralamerica#prayfornicaragua
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Leaving the Shire & off on an adventure in New Zealand! 😁