With my time in Boston slowly getting away from me, I decided to explore my city. Last time, I went walking through its parks and Beacon Hill. This time, I explored Boston’s historic side. Boston is one of the oldest cities in America and has played an important role throughout our history. The first university […]
I’d been driving around “The South” for three weeks and was using this opportunity to give the area a chance. Where I’m from, the South doesn’t connote great thoughts. My preconceived notion of the South was that it was a land of rednecks, racists, and raging bible beaters. It thought the Civil War was still […]
The capital of Vietnam, Hanoi is located in the north of the country. Crowded (pop. 6,000,000+), a little polluted, and slightly run-down, it nonetheless is very quaint. Though I did not like Vietnam, I liked Hanoi. A lot. I thought it had a certain charm to it. Time, and poor rebuilding, have worn down the […]
With my time in Boston coming to a close, I decided to really get out and explore the city. It’s been ages since I did, but isn’t that how it is? You never really see the city you live in all your life because it’s always there. Well, not anymore! Boston is a small and […]
There are so many breathtaking and incredible historical sites built by ancient civilizations in the world, it’s sometimes hard to narrow down which are the best. But I have reflected on it and in this post, I share 15 historical sites are the best in the world and a must see for the avid traveler or history buff.
The Big Apple. Gotham. Metropolis. The city that never sleeps. New York goes by many names, but, as Shakespeare said, a rose by any other name would still smell as sweet. New York is New York, no matter what else you might call it. And nothing can truly describe it. Home to global finance, art, […]