This is my second time is Paris. The first go round was not so pleasant. The people were iffy, the food was blah and the weather was just nasty.
This time we spend time in the champagne region, touring champagne cellars, hanging with mutual friends and even saw the sun! Here are some photos.
Colombia’s wealth system is on a scale 1-10. 10 being the richest and 1 being the poorest. This is Comuna 13, they are a 0.
I’ve never been a fan of the Hamptons. But I’m here with my roommate right now for a work event she has and I’m not sure if it’s all the wine I’m being spoon fed or what but I’m starting to fall in love.
Before we get into the photos (and yes there are a lot of them) let me answer a few questions.
Yes,all of the cars are like that, I maybe saw 5 that were modern
No, your cellphone will not work AT ALL
Yes, they like Americans, it’s our government they don’t like (neither do I so it’s cool)
No, you’re fine, I went with my 3 girl cousins and we walked around at night by ourselves
Yes, it’s cheap AF and the food and drinks are delicious, my whole trip was maybe $1k including flights, air bnb, food, activities, taxis (and we ate at the most expensive restaurants)
No, your credit cards will not work AT ALL
Yes, the majority of the people speak Spanish and a little bit of english but really try and know some Spanish before you go, it’ll make your whole trip easier.
No, it’s not hard to enter the country, don’t let the press fool you
Yes, they love Che and do have some issues with Castro (who doesn’t)
No, you shouldn’t judge anything about the country, place or the people until you visit, and not just visit with learn some of the history, talk to the people and really try and have an open mind if you did you might just learn something 🤔
Yes, I went with an open mind and did all of the above and my conclusion? Like always America is the worst 😂
Now for the good stuff.