Hello!! It’s been a while since my last post… My schedule got really hectic, and also I moved into a new apartment – which takes a lot of your time as you might guess… Also, into the new apartment you are getting those details to make it from “a new apartment” to “home”, and also … Continue reading The Orange Sunset of Sihanoukville 🌤🍊
I just came back from a beautiful trip to Vietnam with a good friend from Venezuela (who now lives in Bogota, Colombia) and his wife. I will do different posts of my trip to the northern side of Vietnam, as each day was full of emotions, breathless landscapes and great energy, and I would like … Continue reading Day 1 in Vietnam: Calming the Heart in a Mixture of Silence and Chaos
"Just as a candle cannot burn without fire, men cannot live without a spiritual life"✨🔥
Many people has asked me about what to pack when you travel around Asia. There are certain things that I cannot leave behind whenever I travel (and some that I totally do!), here is the list: Sunblock (SPF 30 at least!), water proof preferable because you might go to the beaches and well South-East Asia … Continue reading What to Pack?
If you are visiting KL for a short time or live here, what could you do in KL in a day? Well, there are many things to do in KL, staying at home and watch Netfilx is one of them! 😉 jajjaa… But, certainly KL has some tourist attractions that could be of your interest, … Continue reading What to do in KL?
Hello! There is this group of Colombian girls with whom I get together one day of the month to play Pokeno. Pokeno it’s like Bingo but with cards, it’s really fun! Everybody brings a gift, we usually set a “specific gift”, like this time was “make up”. But on top of that, if there is … Continue reading Pokeno Night and Chinese New Year
On May 2016, I was transferred to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia for work. I’m originally from Venezuela. Lived and grown up in Maracaibo, and after political problems started in my country, I moved to Houston and started University to pursue my degree in Petroleum. I struggled A LOT to get my degree, but I DID IT (wohoo!) and … Continue reading Making Distance Shorter