This fourth of July, we decided it would be a great idea to celebrate our independence by getting out of the good ol' US of A. Road trip snacks, spotify playlists, and vague ideas for points-of-interest in tow, we made the trip up to Montreal
After returning from our impromptu international weekend, my parents and I took off for four days in good ol' New Orleans.
I was so lucky and got to spend the last couple of weeks hanging out with my parents. Being the child of adventurers has its serious benefits. While they were in Boston, we decided to take an impromptu road trip up to Montreal.
On today's episode of Where In the World is Alyssa, I have for you the second installation of Beijing photos
My current adventure consists of twenty three days in China. I just concluded week one.
This August, I went on a road trip with my parents. I haven't seen much of them since I moved to Boston so this adventure was some much needed family bonding time. Here is some cataloguing of our adventures:
I've spent a week procrastinating on posting the last of my Istanbul photos. I'm still not prepared to admit to myself that the trip is over and that I'm back to my regularly scheduled programming.
While I indulge my wanderlust with photographs, my partner-in-blogging expresses his with words. Alex posted a piece earlier today (which was tonight for him since he's one of them crazy time travelers) about our adventure over on his site. To tie his post to mine, we're going to start things off with a photo of a cat. Why? Read his piece here to find out.