Sincerely, myself.

A letter to me, to the 22 year old girl I’ll be at the end of 2013, next new year’s eve.

Dear me,

I hope this year you have accomplished everything you wanted to do. I hope you are in the position you want to be in your life. You graduated, that’s great! You left, off to the adventure of your life, to travel. You actually went to another country, that’s nice. I hope you had fun and enjoyed every part of that adventure.

Oh you got a tattoo!! That’s awesome, did your family screamed at you? I bet your grandma almost killed you. But it was worth it right?

Then you went off to get your masters degree, I knew you wanted to keep on studying. Wow you accomplished so much over the year.

But let me ask you the most important question, are you happy? Of course, everybody have their ups and downs during the whole year but.. overall.. are you content with your life right now? Did you get to do all the things you wanted to do this 2013? and if you did, how did you feel? awesome?, half awesome? some things were disappointing?

Well life is not perfect, right? At least you had a good year. Full of new experiences, new people, new everything. I hope you already have your plans for 2014. In fact, I know you have been thinking about them all year long.

A piece of advice, from friend to friend?. Life is about the experiences, the new things, the challenges; not only about whether you are happy or not, because like I said before, nothing’s perfect. If you had lived then that’s more than enough to say that you have learnt something, other than just placing a checkmark on some stuffs. LIVE. That’s the important.

Keep on the good work honey, you are doing great. Don’t let anyone tell you the opposite. Always do you, no matter what.

Sincerely, myself.




Thursday Inspiration # 13


Pre-End-Of-The-World Inspiration

Not that you can grab a backpack and go on an endless trip if the world ends on the 21st. But here’s a little inspiration in case we do survive and we have near-to-death-eye-opener experiences and then decide to give up the crap and go out there and travel. Either way, HAPPY END OF THE WORLD!




Back in the game

Back into blogging!. Finally I can grab my laptop and post something. I think this is my therapy, these weeks that I haven’t blogged, I’ve felt drained and with no direction; which is how I feel at the moment.

Thank you for following the blog, yesterday I got my 50th follower!!! I got really excited and celebrated on my own with nutella 😀 It means a lot to me and it makes me feel that I really write good stuff, or at least a little good..

And in another note,



Well more like, pre-graduation just attending to the ceremony, merely symbolic because since I finish college in April, there is no graduation ceremony in that time. But hey! I wanted the pictures 🙂

Other than graduation nothing really have happened. I’m hanging on at work and in the house; hate to be in both, so I’m kinda stuck in here. Hopefully I’ll leave soon.

For Christmas I’ll be in Volcan again, can’t wait to get out of the city for one week and enjoy not having facebook or twitter! So another week off the blog 😦 but I’ll try to make little posts while there.

I need some Thursday Inspiration so my next post will be, my pre-xmas/pre-end-of-the-world post and on Thursday I will  post a new one too.

Hope you are having an amazing holiday season full of overpriced gifts and all the good stuffs 🙂


Travel to the San Blas Archipelago, Panama- The virtual tour by David Shaw

My beautiful Panama, great post!

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Among my favorite places in the new world tropics is the San Blas Archipelago on the Caribbean coast of Panama. The San Blas is part of the Kuna Yala, a semi-autonomous province of the country under the management of the indigenous Kuna people. The Kuna live primarily in tight communities packed onto tiny, individual islands in the San Blas. Hundreds of people will make their homes on islands of no more than a few acres, commuting out to fish in the surrounding waters or manage small farm plots on the mainland.

The Kuna are remarkable, and I lack the knowledge to dive as deeply into their rich culture as they deserve. Suffice to say, the Kuna are largely traditional, holding to their lifestyles in the face of a modernizing world. But the Kuna live on only a few of the nearly 400 islands in the San Blas. There are…

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