I can’t believe how quickly 10 years have passed. I recently dropped off my passport renewal application at LAX Post office located at 9029 Airport Blvd, Los Angeles California. I completed the application online, paid the fee by debit card ($110) for the passport book ($30) passport card, and took my photo there for an… Continue reading First Passport Stamp in Ghana: Renewing my Passport
I’m writing this post on December 31, 2016. I am reflecting on things that have happened throughout the year. I have had the worst and greatest year to date, but I will not focus on the negativity. This post will be about my accomplishments and the great things that have happened to me in 2016.… Continue reading 2016 Reflections
I flew from Los Angeles to San Francisco for a work conference. The flight was approximately 1 hour and 3o minutes. Although I often travel, I don’t really like to fly, so I’m glad that it was a short flight. The great thing about this trip was it was completely free (flight and hotel)… Continue reading Work Hard but Play Harder:San Francisco Nights
I began emailing a private tour guide to assist with transportation to the Teotihuacan Pyramids located in the State of Mexico. The cost of the tour was $130 USD or $2200 Pesos, in addition to the cost of entrance fees. Scheduled pickup time was 8 am. At 8:30 am the tour guide had not shown… Continue reading Teotihuacan Pyramids in Mexico City
Every since I turned 30 last year, I have begun celebrating my birthday aka born day aka butt naked day all month long. I’m not sure if it is because I feel like I’m getting older or because people are alive one moment and literally dead the next. Sounds somber but because I have… Continue reading All Aboard Tiffany’s Birthday Express Train-Choo Choo
*This is a sponsored post-All opinions are my own* I was interested in going horseback riding while on vacation. I decided to look on Trip Advisor and stumbled upon a great review of Ranchos Las Cascadas. I was very intrigued and decided to inquire about further information. The price per night includes lodging, food, drinks,… Continue reading Yee Haw; Ranchos Las Cascadas
History of Diner En Blanc Upon returning from being abroad in France, Francois Pasquier returned home to Paris and invited his friends to dinner. In the summer of 1988, they met at Parc de Bagatelle in the Bois de Boulogne. Mr. Pasquier friends were instructed to wear all white, in order to easily identify one… Continue reading Who say’s “you can’t wear White after Labor Day”? Diner En Blanc say’s “you can”.