Blue-green waves crashed against the white sand leaving bath-like bubbles on the shoreline. For some the loud roaring of the sea is ominous, for me, it’s soothing enough to fall asleep to.Read more "Picture Perfect at Siesta Key"
In Miami’s Little Havana – a predominantly Cuban neighborhood, there’s one famous street; Southwest 8th Street, fondly called “Calle Ocho”.Read more "Hometown Tourist in Little Havana, Miami"
I’ve moved around a bit. In the past 7 years, I’ve lived in Miami, New Jersey, and Tampa. I’ll sometimes get asked why I ever moved to the northeast. Why would I ever leave the warmth of Florida? Wasn’t it hard moving away from home (Miami)? 1) I don’t know really and 2) I’ve been […]Read more "Hometown Tourist in Downtown Miami"
The places I visit are more than destinations, they’re images, feelings, relationships, memories. With every trip, there’s a new deposit, another plethora of memories. Some, I’d sooner forget, others I’m happy to reminisce on and share with all of you. My time in California falls into the latter category. Palace of Fine Arts: Photogenic. Within […]Read more "My Californian Summer: The Final Part"
Featuring Presidio Park, the Golden Gate Bridge, Fisherman’s Wharf & the Japanese Tea Garden I spent a lot of my time in the bay area simply exploring. My goal was to see as much as possible in one week. The featured places above were my plans for the next two days, so I prayed for […]Read more "My Californian Summer: Part 2"