For under $50 a day, the historical highlights and culinary delights of Philadelphia. Continue reading What to do in: Philadelphia on a Budget
I had the fine pleasure of having tea at two popular tearooms in NYC over the past few weeks: Alice’s Teacup on the Upper East Side, and Tea & Sympathy on Greenwich Avenue. Now I will do something practically impossible, which is to try to determine which tearoom rises above in a Teatime Tee-Offf. Ambiance Alice’s Teacup has three locations, and I went to “Chapter … Continue reading Teatime Tee-Off
Jackfruit (durian) on the streets of Chinatown. It is the largest tree-borne fruit. Continue reading Unique New York: Large Fruit
It’s been over a month since I last wrote a post, and since then I started a new marketing job and moved back into New York City! My new apartment is in Harlem, a few blocks south of my old neighborhood, Washington Heights, and so far I’m loving it. I am planning to blog more often now with my new routine and will be focusing on little … Continue reading What I Missed About New York City
I am back in New York, but there is a lot more to write about and reflect on my time in the Dominican Republic. There will be a few more DR posts this month, and then you can expect some fun guides from New York City! Thanks everyone for coming with me on this amazing journey.
What is there to do in Baní? Eat of course! Baní, a town just an hours’ drive west from Santo Domingo, is small, and is known for the Salinas salt mines and sand dunes. Additionally, Baní has amazing treats and local produce. A variety of mangos, my favorite fruit, are grown here and are famous throughout the country. Here are a few delicious bites sampled while spending a long weekend in Baní back in March.
Hello readers! It’s been a great couple of weeks for me. First, two great internet updates:
1) I have been listed on ExpatsBlog.com, a blog directory for expats from all over the world living in other countries. Check out my listing here and leave a comment about my blog! It will be appreciated.
Thanks everyone for your support!
Second, a few updates on life here in Santo Domingo. I started Spanish classes about a month ago (I tested into level 3 of 5) and I have been getting to know my classmates who are all very interesting and have diverse backgrounds and experiences. To accommodate my 8 hours of class a week, I have cut back my hours at work to allow time for studying.
One of my closest friends from childhood came to visit last week and we had a wonderful few days exploring Santo Domingo together.
We had some delicious food at restaurant’s and cafes, and saw live music at Hard Rock Cafe in Blue Mall. Continue reading “Quick Update and Great News”