Groove Awards 2017!

June started off on a great note for me this year since I got to attend the 12th annual Grove Awards!!! This award show is like the Kenyan Grammys, like the Billboard Awards but for Gospel Music here in Nairobi. IT'S A BIG DEAL.  I'm not a musician what so ever (I'm serious, I can't … Continue reading Groove Awards 2017!

Why Move Abroad?

There are so many benefits of taking all your belongings and moving to a new country. As a teenage expat I've gotten to see these benefits work in my life day by day, so here is a run down of why you should move abroad! Learn about other cultures As a Costa Rican I'm very … Continue reading Why Move Abroad?

Nakuru City, Kenya

Hi everyone! I have just arrived from an amazing trip to the city of Nakuru. My family and I spend 3 days at this awesome city and today I want to share with you our experience. Nakuru is at a 3 hour drive from Nairobi (with little traffic that is) and is home to one … Continue reading Nakuru City, Kenya

Expat Tips

I'm almost 18 years old and more than half my life I've lived abroad. I have loved every single moment of being an expat even if it's hard and exhausting. Today I bring to you guys my top 5 tips about being an expat and living abroad that I have used in the last few … Continue reading Expat Tips

Types of Expats

Living in different parts of the world gives you a greater look on life... and on people! I've been an expat a couple of times in my life and I've encountered different types of people who live outside of their own culture, so today lets take a look at a 5  types of expats! The … Continue reading Types of Expats

PHOTO BLOG: Grand Palace

The day  I got the chance to visit the Grand Palace was the day that my world fell apart. If you want to read about My Grand Palace Ordeal click here. If you want to see my photo journal and enjoy the amazing (iphone taken) scenery of the Grand Palace, then scroll down! Definitely comment … Continue reading PHOTO BLOG: Grand Palace

Where to Eat in Bangkok

One of the problems with travelling as a family is that not everyone eats the same types of food. In my case, my parents and I eat pretty much everything but my sisters are more picky than us. But, to be honest with you, as a whole we are not full fans of Thai food, … Continue reading Where to Eat in Bangkok