Taking a recharge and learning to relax

Something about sitting down while watching plants is very soothing. It is definitely great after eating some Mexican food.  Sometimes, we need to learn how to relax. When a vacation becomes a stress factory, it’s no longer fun. Going to another tourist location in a rush can suck all the energy and possibly ruin your whole vacation. Traveling is a lot of fun but can also be stressful.

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The entrance to the park photo courtesy of Hugo Morel

After leaving the Mexican restaurant, I had a stomach full of food and that feeling of fulfillment. Was feeling a little sluggish and it started to rain. I had no jacket nor an umbrella.  Had to run from building to building trying to find cover from those raindrops. Getting sick would hold me back from doing anything productive. Still had more to explore of Ireland.

Eventually, the rain stopped. What I have come to learn about this part of Europe, it can rain at anytime. After a few minutes, the rain stops. It’s very on and off.  Anyways, found this park right next to this church. What attracted me was seeing all the plants. Coming from California and living majority of my adult life in NYC, seeing green grass and trees kept nicely is not a common sight. It is something most people take for granted.

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Pink flowers photo courtesy of Hugo Morel

The smell of the pink flowers mixed with the sounds of the birds chirping in the background forced me to enjoy the moment. Lost in thoughts and my feelings of having a full stomach, it was hard to notice the light breeze. That wind kept me from being there physically and away mentality. It keep dragging me back to reality like waking up from a daydream. I really wanted to enjoy my time. Minutes start feeling like seconds, a half hour felt like 5 minutes. This was another way of fun having.

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The park’s walkway photo courtesy of Hugo Morel

Started walking slowly towards the church. I really enjoyed how the church almost looks like a castle.  Makes you wonder what stories do those walls hold. If the bricks that support the church could talk, what would they say? Would they tell you how many people they saw grow old attending the weekly and daily services? How many marriages has this church been apart of? As crazy as this sound, at times I tend to wonder about everything that is around me. I love to observe my surroundings. It’s something I often overlook when I’m running from place to place. I try not to take everything for granted.

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Stairway to the church photo of Hugo morel

Started walking down the steps hoping this church was opened. To my surprise, it was closed.  Best to go with the flow on this and just enjoy being in another country. Ireland has so much to offer. I have enjoyed my stay so far. Thanks to all the friendly people with smiles on their faces.

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Going back up and seeing the walkway photo courtesy of Hugo Morel

If you noticed, this week I wrote posts about relaxing and just enjoying your time. As I write, I recently experienced a burnout. For those who don’t know, a burnout is when you are mentally and physically exhausted. The last several weeks my work load has been taking over my life. Worked for almost 19 hours a day for the last several weeks. Nearly collapsed on last Tuesday. Been working so hard on my dreams, I almost forgot how to live. So please everyone, relax and be patient. Everything comes to you at the right time. Don’t risk your health for getting what you want faster! Stay safe everyone!

Thank you so much for reading! Much love and safe travels!

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Top 12 things to do in Waikiki

Hawaii is a lovely tropical state with some of the world’s nicest beaches. Located in the middle of the pacific ocean, Hawaii has a lot to offer. On the island of Oʻahu, Hawaii’s biggest island, lays the largest city in the state called Honolulu. In that city, there is a neighborhood called Waikiki. Walking by the kalakaua avenue and you are hit with the sight of beautiful blue water. That is the neighborhood of Waikiki! Here is a list of things to do in Waikiki.

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  1. Take Some Time Off At The Beach

One of the most obvious things to do in Waikiki is go to the beach. With looks that can only be compared to the beaches of the Caribbean Sea, it would be a shame to not see in person. I always wanted to visit Hawaii but never gotten the chance. Just imagine jumping into that crystal blue water and having that cold but warm feeling of the water hitting your skin. Play frisbee with your friends old and new. Picture having a picnic with a view like this. It would be amazing being blinded by the blue water and engulfed by the sounds of the waves as you eat your favorite snack.

2. Visit The Waikiki Aquarium

Have a look at the local marine wild life at the Waikiki Aquarium. See how the local fish and turtles look like. It’s a great way to keep the little ones entertained, if you traveling with family or kids. Tell them to see if they can find Nemo or Dori. Is it bad to pull lighthearted jokes on kids? Anyways, let them be busy. Everybody needs to time to relax sometimes. The admissions for adults is 12 dollars and for kids it is 5.

3. Take a Drive To Pearl Harbor

Yes, Pearl Harbor is not too far away. It’s only about a 16 min drive from Waikiki. You can take a taxi which is about 18 dollars trip per person. Kind of expensive to be honest. Hawaii is an expensive state. It is best to rent a car to drive around the islands. It will save you money in the long run! Getting back to Pearl Harbor. Go to the place that made the Usa join world war 2. It’s about 72 dollar per person.

4. Go scuba Diving and snorkeling

Well, if you have been following my blog. I’m sure you remember my snorkeling photos. Get up close and personal to the local underwater ecosystem. It’s a-whole-nother world down there. Seeing how fish act in their natural habitat is something I will always hold fond of in my memories. It will make you see seafood differently.

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5. Visit The Honolulu Zoo

This is really for the kids. If you ever travel with children, you know there are things you have to find to entertain them. Been to several zoos, I tend to have have mix feelings about those places. However if i’m when with my little cousins, I tend to look for activities to keep them busy. So, definitely use the Honolulu zoo as a motivator to keep them calm when you are doing the things you wanted to do.

6. Take A Walk Through Chinatown

If you are craving Chinese food, Honolulu’s Chinatown is not too far away from Waikiki. It’s about a 20 minute walk from the beach. So if you want some chicken chow mein after your swim, then this the activity for you!

7. Go To The Local Farmers’ Market Aloha Swap Meet

Get the local produce from the nearby Hawaiian farmers. I always want to help out the local economy, so farmers’ markets always makes me feel like my money is going to the right people. It’s just 20 minutes away from Waikiki. The admission is one dollar per person. Kids 11 and younger go for free. Farmers are hard workers, why not stop and show some love. It’s only a dollar!

8. Explore Kalakaua Avenue

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kalakaua avenue

The kalakaua avenue is pretty much the main center of the neighborhood. This is where you can find all the restaurants. The hustle and bustle is found here. You can find pretty much anything here. There is even a street food hall with food from all over the world! I will go more into detail with the next activities.

9. Maui Brewing Company

On Kalakaua avenue, there is a place called the Maui Brewing company. If you are into beer by the beach then this is the place for you. Have a taste of Hawaii while seeing the crystal blue waters. Just picture you sitting at the beach with a bottle of Hawaii’s most famous beer.

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10. Visit the Duke Paoa Kahanamoku Statue

For those who don’t know, the sport of surfing was created in Hawaii. If you put two and two together, Duke Paoa Kahanamoku was the person who popularized the ancient sport of surfing. Duke Paoa was a five-time Olympic medalist. He has won a gold medal and a silver medal. The guy is a legend in Hawaii. Definitely stop by to just appreciate a local hero. The bronze statue is on the kalakaua avenue.

11. Hike Diamond Head

There is an interesting rock formation near the Waikiki beach. You can take a mild hike that takes about 30 minutes to get to the top. The diamond head is a volcanic cone. Best to go early in the morning, unless you don’t mind getting blasted by the Hawaiian sun. Since, there is no place to find shade. It’s 5 dollars to drive in by car and one dollar per person to walk in. It’s definitely worth the hike and possible sun tan lines.

12. Take Surfing Lessons At Waikiki Beach

Yes, probably the most touristic thing to do in Waikiki. However, there will be no bad judgement for doing this. This is Hawaii, you need to learn how to surf. Going to this state and not ride the waves on a board will be a big missed opportunity. That’s like going to New York City and taking the subway or seeing the empire state building. People from all over the world come to Hawaii just to surf. There are a lot of companies that offer lessons. Doesn’t matter what level of experience you have or what age. As long if you are over 18 and can swim, you will have a great time.

Thank you so much for reading! Much love and safe travels!

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Eating Mexican food in Ireland??

Ireland is know for it’s beer, bars, party and friendly people. Ireland is never associated with Mexico. Besides, the flags have a similar design minus the eagle and change the red with orange. Regardless, Mexican food in Ireland is not talked about. In the land of potatoes and beer, there is a Mexican gold mine waiting to enrich your taste buds.

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The Boojum Mexican restaurant photo courtesy of Hugo Morel

On my way of seeing Dublin, I noticed my stomach was rumbling. I was so focused on seeing the city that I missed eating a real meal. Kept looking around and I stumbled across this restaurant/bar. I was so surprised to see Mexican food in Ireland?!?! For some reason seeing a Mexican restaurant in Dublin never crossed my mind. That feeling of nostalgia started pouring. All my childhood memories of growing up in California, hanging out with my friends at the local taqueria. For those who don’t know, taqueria translate to taco shop from Spanish to English. In the USA, you get a more authentic taste if you go to one. It’s a lot better than taco-bell. Also, no ugly taco dog.

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Inside boojum photo courtesy of Hugo Morel

I when I went inside, I noticed the layout looks so similar to chipotle in the usa. You are greeted when it’s your turn in line to choose what you want in your burrito or salad. I chose to get the normal burrito. Meat enriched with all the Mexican flavors wrapped inside a tortilla. I sound so Californian now. Unfortunately, there were no vegan options. Although, they do only serve vegan food on world’s vegan day. Here is the link to this restaurant’s menu.

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Where the people sit photo courtesy of Hugo Morel

Ended up having a friendly talk with the staff. Learned that one of the workers was Mexican. Apparently, Dublin had a Latino community. They were mostly from Brazil and Mexico. Also learned that is this the Irish version of Chipotle from another staff worker. The american mega food chain has only been in Dublin for about 5 years. In my opinion, I always prefer local food stores than american. It doesn’t feel like I went anywhere, if I ate McDonald’s everywhere I go. It makes me feel like I’m helping out local businesses. No matter how small of a help I’m contributing.

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My Burrito photo Courtesy of Hugo Morel

With my food at hand, found a place to sit down and eat. When I took the first bite, the taste was amazing! It had the Texmex flavor to it. As the flavors blasted my mouth I almost felt as, if I was eating at one of my cousins’ home in Houston. Yes, I got family members who are part Mexican. We used to stop by on holidays excited about the home cooking. Ironically, burritos aren’t really Mexican. They are Mexican American. Only burritos you will find in mexico are the small donkeys. Where exactly burritos were created in the USA is up to debate. I know the mission district in San Francisco claims to be the first. Also, San Diego and all the major cities in Texas have something to say as well. Regardless of exactly where in the usa this food was invented, it’s really good.

Thank you so much for reading! Much love and safe travels!

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Happy New year everyone!!!

We want to give you a warm welcome to 2020! Truly hope that all your goals become a reality! Saw that some of you  have accomplished your goals and beyond! We are sending only positivity your way!  new-year-christmas-effect-happy-cover-16638

I have a lot of countries to go over with you all! Countries like China, Norway and Morocco.  I can not wait to share them with everyone of you! Keep on a lookout for our YouTube channel! New styles of content coming on that platform and on facebook! Also, for those coming to New York City we will have something special in store for you later down the year. Lastly,  more guidebooks coming your way with some extra content!

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Remember this, one year can really change your life. Keep working on your goals and keep pushing closer towards your dreams! Life is truly amazing when you can learn to smile and have hope for a better future! Stay safe everyone and much love!! Also, shutout to Rochelle for becoming a doctor last year! Here is the link for her website! For an inside look of Jamaica from a local, definitely check her website out!  Wishing you all tons of health and success this year as well!

 

 

Getting to see more of Assisi, Italy

Going to this Italian city always pulls my heartstrings. Growing up in the San Francisco bay area, Assisi has a lot of connections to the business hub of that metropolitan region. This is the place where St. Francis lived. The one San Francisco, California is named after. All of the buildings, of course, do not look the same. However, you can still see how the two areas look alike. Especially, when you leave San Francisco and go out to the outskirts. Spanish and Italian architecture has many Similares.

A street in Assisi photo courtesy of Hugo Morel 

Every turn we took, it was almost like walking into another piece of history. The buildings making your mind wander. How old are these homes? If walls could talk, what historical stories could they tell us? So much beauty to take in. The moment was hard to put in words. Think of going to a place where everything just spills out an essence you can’t really describe. Most of Italy is like this. There is just something magical about this country.

Homes in Assisi, Italy  photo courtesy of Hugo Morel 

Italy is really a country you could visit many times and never get bored. The second time around made me realize that this country is unique. I always thought Italy was overrated until I came here in person. Sometimes it makes you second guess yourself. At times, I thought I was watching an old Western movie. Other times, I thought I was back in time during the Roman golden age. Yet, you are reminded it’s real life. The moment when someone walks past, while you are lost in your head. Lost in all the historic events that you read in history books. There is always another level of appreciation for seeing this country in person.

On a hill in Assisi, Italy  photo courtesy of Hugo Morel

I just wanted to thank everyone for all your positive feedback on when I shared my story. I can not say thank you enough for giving me a voice. Also, for letting me be able to share you all this beautiful blue ball we call earth. It’s such a humbling experience knowing I have support from all over the world and I am helping others. I hope to continue to be a light that can bring more inspiration to those in need. Wouldn’t be doing this without you all!

P.s. don’t want to be dramatic but I teared up reading the comments.

Safe travels everyone and much love!

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How traveling saved my life

Been wanting to share this for a while now. I was just reluctant to expose myself to the world. Everything I’m about to express and share is true. I want you all to know that I’m not a trust fund baby that travels the world.  I’m really lucky to be where I’m at. A lot of it is thanks to you all!

**warning: I’m going let my heart out on this post**

As a kid, I wasn’t much of a shoe-in for being a productive member of society. In fact, I was anti-society. My future didn’t look too bright. It looked more orange behind bars with not a lot of sunlight. Let me dive in a little deeper.

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Photo of me when I was 12

When I was 8 years old, the police came into my home looking for me. A couple of friends and I messed up a person’s car we didn’t like. We left threatening mail into his mailbox saying, “we were going to destroy him next time he disrespects us.” We were young and didn’t really know better. Everybody around us was doing it. We thought messing up people’s cars was normal. By chance, the victim didn’t press any charges. So we never got any time. However, we got time out from our parents.

3 years into the future, I got in trouble again. This time, I was caught stealing iPods. (Hopefully, you all remember those.) I would steal them hoping to sell for a 100 percent profit. I was young and didn’t know any better. Wanted money and jobs were not hiring an eleven-year-old. For some reason, the victim did not press any charges. Since I gave back his iPod and accepted my mistake. That was twice, I almost got arrested at a young age.

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San Francisco 

Now, this is when travel really got introduced to my life. Majority of my family lives in the New York City Area. I kept getting in trouble in California. So, my dad made sure I would get out of that environment every Christmas and summer break. He would send me to New York City to learn more about my family roots. I got to see another world that not many people who looked like me ever did. It gave me a different outlook on life. I started seeing what was important and what wasn’t. This would help me so much in high school.

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A common theme with my friends I grew up with, high school is what changed everything. Everybody that I was close with as a kid started joining gangs and selling drugs. They wanted to live that thug life and be respected by everybody in our city. That was what all they knew. Our city and neighborhood, they wanted to put it on the crime map. Friends that were closed to me wanted to cause me harm because of who I grew up with. I didn’t fall into this trap because I saw another world that was not this. I was no longer apart of this self-destructive mentality anymore because my horizons were expanded, due to travel. Some of my closest childhood friends, were targets of drive-bys.  By some miracle, they are alive.  If I didn’t see another world other than the streets when I was young,  I probably would have ended up like a lot of the people I grew up with.  Many are in jail or just dangerous to be around. I had a few people close to me that died due to gun violence. For these reasons, are why I’m so passionate about traveling. It literally has changed my mindset and saved my life.

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In memory of a friend that taught me to never give up. You always had some joke to say. Thank you for teaching me how to be a good-hearted person. Rest in peace Frank Serafin.  I  will never get over the fact, I’m living my life and you are not.

I have been able to start legal businesses, travel to over 30 countries and learned to enjoy the moment. Once again, thank you for all your kind deeds that you never asked for anything in return.

Enjoying the end of summer at Rockefeller Lake, Upstate New York

As summer comes to a close, sprinkles of fall hit us like strong pumpkin spices. Random days of a cool breeze mixed with days comparable to mid July. Had to face it, summer was almost gone. Back to wearing big coats and looking out for stepping on ice. Excited about Halloween and the pumpkin pies being just around the corner. I still couldn’t shake this feeling of not getting the most out of this summer.

small dock where birds gather photo courtesy of Hugo Morel

Didn’t really to explore much this summer. In terms of going to Upstate New York. Did a lot of international flights these hot months, just didn’t explore my local surroundings. Truly love this state. From Manhattan to Cairo, New York, this state has something most states lack. Could never really put my finger on it.

close up of the dock photo courtesy of Hugo Morel

Lived in California majority of my childhood. Also, lived in three different countries as a kid. However, none have my heart like this state. A place where you can have the tallest building in the country; yet, still be a few hours away from such a gorgeous place like this. Nature and city are actually my favorite places to be.

view of the lake photo courtesy of Hugo Morel

I know California and other states are beautiful. However, not many can compare to this. This scenery pulls my heartstrings. The blue sky’s reflection on the water made me feel the much needed sense of peace. The fact that it is summer and everything is so green.

another view of the lake photo courtesy of Hugo Morel

The reason why I am up here was to escape from the city life. Sometimes you just need to relax and step back. No stress, no deadlines just me and the music that the planet earth makes. That’s when I can truly appreciate the creation of this small blue planet.

my favorite shot of the lake photo courtesy of Hugo Morel

My time here was almost up. Just did a day trip to escape. Would have to leave tomorrow in the morning. So, I made it last. Sat down to enjoy everything. That moment where you are lost in your head but still enjoy what’s around you. It was truly priceless. When you visit New York City, make sure to stop by and check out Upstate New York. I promise you, you won’t be disappointed.

took this photo while reflecting about going back to the city photo courtesy of Hugo Morel

Thank you so much for reading! Decided to change things up a little this week. Will go back to learning about Afro-Caribbean culture next week. Much love and safe travels everyone.

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Who are the Belizean people

As my time in Belize was coming to an end, I kept noticing the mixture this country has. I mentioned this before in another post. However, I never really went in depth.

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With a country with a little over 350,000, the people living within it’s borders are very mixed. The people are mixed with African, Native Mayans, European or east and south Asian. Most Belizeans have some mixture of one those ethic groups. There are recent immigrants that are not mixed. However, by the next or the following generation, they would mix with the majority of the population.

Women of belize Photo courtesy of https://www.northernbelize.com/cult.html

Growing up in California, there were so many descendants of the Mayans that were my friend. From the Salvadoran to the Guatemalan and Mexican, I was very familiar to the Mayan facial features. Coming to Belize completely shocked me. It was like seeing all my Mayan descendants friend speak English with Caribbean accent. All this was so surprising and it was a little hard to believe.

Another photo of the women of Belize Photo courtesy of https://hashtagiamenough.com/project-proud-to-be-belizean/

When I first saw the Belizeans, I expected them to speak Spanish.  After seeing the people at my hostel, you could tell they had some African roots. This mixture is really interesting to me. I had a few friends growing up that were half African American and half Mexican. The Belizeans I met at my hostel could pass as my friends’ siblings.

Traditional Belizean food Photo courtesy of https://flavorverse.com/traditional-belizean-foods/

The food in Belize is amazing! You can taste the diversity of this country. It was like eating Mexican food mixed with Caribbean dishes. The rice had the flavors of Jamaican/west Indian. The rice and beans were spicy. You can taste the Indian curry in the meal. I almost felt like never coming back to the USA, after eating a few dishes here. My family comes from a Caribbean island. So eating this food reminded me of my childhood. Bringing Mexican food from the restaurants then mixing it with the home cooked Caribbean meal my mother used to cook me. The sweet plantain made the memories even stronger. All these flavors reflected the people of Belize.

Mennonites women with their children photo courtesy of https://www.belizehub.com/belize-mennonites/

Lastly, the funny thing about Belize, there is an ethic group of Europeans that speak German as a first language. They are called the Mennonites. The majority of the Mennonites have been historically white European. However, in recent years there have been some converts from all the racial groups of Belize. Yet, the white European are still the majority within that ethic group. Also, the Mennonites are a form of Christians. Think of them being similar to the Amish of the United States. I didn’t get to see them because I spent most of my time on the islands. The Mennonites are usually on the main land of Belize.

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As you can see, Belize being the tiny country it is has a lot to offer. With so many ethic groups and so much diversity, it’s hard to come back home as the same person. Coming to Belize has really opened my eyes. From North to South America, the countries in them are enriched by immigrants and the culture they bring. All that mixture is what makes the western hemisphere so interesting. Glad, I got to spend my time in Belize. I wish I could had stayed longer.

Thank you for reading! Much love and safe travels!

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Sorry, my post will be on this coming monday. In Cairo right now and the wifi at hotel is not good. 
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Thank you and I’m back

Hello!! Just wanted to say thank you for reading my posts. I love you all.  We reached over a 1000 followers!!! 

Just came back from Europe. Will return to the regular posting next week. Also, heading to Cairo during Eid. Can’t wait to share you all my experiences. You all will love it!

Stay safe!! Have a great week!

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