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Summer 2015 Bucket List (Revised from Summer 2013)

I’ve really been concentrating on finding inner peace although I may not always make the best decisions. Often I break promises I make to myself. I wanted to start this summer off by purging myself of old things. Old ways. I wanted to escape to a foreign land where I was the outcast. I could tell you so many stories about how traveling through Guatemala has strengthened my passion to travel solo once a year (Currently planning my next trip). How challenged and often embarrassed I was speaking my horrible Spanish. But I needed the trip.

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It’s not officially summer and the weather in New York City is a testament to that, but who needs June 21st to start their summer off. Especially since I’m not a NYC native. That is why I needed to take that 20 hour drive home. Oh, how I missed thee. I must say it was a bitter sweet goodbye from the familiar back to the unknown of New York City. Back to my current location The Bronx.

I’ve had my eyes set on a few things, but then like “me” my mind took over. I have added a few photos to this post and more to come with this revised summer bucket list.

I am not one to share with people in general. I would say I am more of a doer. I like to mention it once and spend the rest of the time figuring out how to make it a reality. I haven’t really thought this list out like the one from 2013. This one is much longer. I don’t know if I’ll make it to a rollercoaster or not. (Maybe Coney Island) Surely, I will be adding those off-beat things to this bucket list. I plan to post once a week, perhaps on Thursdays. We shall see!

Travel out-of-the-country – Honduras/Guatemala

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Travel Home 

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Myrtle Beach, SC

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Montauk Beach (Sky-diving?*)

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Coney Island

Coney Island Boardwalk Coney Island Boardwalk, Brooklyn, NY

Niagara Falls

Virginia Beach

Practice my Spanish (All Summer)

Plan next solo abroad trip (deets coming soon… Mostly likely a spanish-speaking country since I am trying to become fluent in a second language before 30. Plus, they are super cheap to visit.)

As always, just enjoy life. Be in peace (at least some type of peace.)

“If you are depressed you are living in the past.
If you are anxious you are living in the future.
If you are at peace you are living in the present.”

Lao Tzu


June 4, 2015 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment