In light of this, I thought I would share a piece that I wrote when I was 16 in 2013 for an English class assignment.
Along with most of my social work professors and many of my classmates, I attended the 2017 BPD conference in Atlanta Georgia on the weekend of March 16th-18th.
At first, we were deciding between Ocean Beach and Pacific Beach, but we decided to go somewhere in the middle - Mission Beach. This ended up being a really awesome choice because the area was cute and lively, and the beach itself was perfect (and not too crowded).
Today, we decided to spend our late morning hiking in the Torrey Pines State Reserve. The park is not only super close to our hotel (in Del Mar) but it also has incredible views and trails to choose.
Our day started our at Caroline's, which was a beautiful breakfast stop right on the beach in La Jolla, near UC San Diego. Albeit a little chilly, the outdoor seating was worth it because of the ocean view (and the food was delicious too).
Flying in was a bumpy ride - but after a wonderful nights sleep in a very comfortable hotel, we were wide awake & refreshed to take on San Diego.
Spring break is finally here. Now that I have been bitten by the travel bug, I couldn’t wrap my head around sitting at home for the entire week. After deliberating and searching for flights, Isabelle and I were able to score tickets and a hotel arrangement in San Diego, California. I have never been to... Continue Reading →
My study abroad experience, to be frank, exhausted me. This is why that my final goodbye post to Spain is coming 3 months after I left, and 2 months after I returned to the United States. So here is my ode to Salamanca, Spain. 3.5 months. 14 weeks. 101 days. 7 countries. 26 cities. 10... Continue Reading →