Traditional Venezuelan Arvejitas / Green Split Pea Soup … More Traditional Venezuelan Arvejitas / Green Split Pea Soup
When the opportunity of studying abroad presumed, choosing Portugal as a place to visit seemed like too much of a coincidence to pass up. Before I knew it, I was on a plane ready to visit Lisbon the capital, and the city Porto. … More Portugal | Por Fin Porto (and Lisboa)
This post is long overdue. So here it is. One of the most memorable trips I’ve had yet, took place last summer during the month of August. As you may have peeked at the title, Barcelona was the destination. … More Barcelona Fashion & Leisure
Today is only Monday and I am already feeling tired and overwhelmed since the Fall semester is coming to an end. In times like these, comfort food can help cheer us up, right?! Lol. Well… recently I went and tried out a new place called Bonjour Cafe and I am excited to tell you guys about it. One … More Something French & Venezuelan
Starting with this post, I am now going to start a new series called Food Talk. Believe it or not, I am a big food junkie and love going out to try new restaurants! Here in Miami, there is such a diverse ray of food options available, so it’s no wonder that it’s home to … More Food Talk- Brava!
This week I decided to try some new dishes myself, after realizing how bad I’ve been eating lately. I’ve been going through a time period in which I’ve relied mostly on junk food, which has been making me feel super sluggish and it’s just not working. I don’t usually eat like that, it’s just been a … More Homemade Lo Mein
Every here and there, we all get tired from the tedious work days, or even just from our every day lives. Whether its work, home, or the same places we see everyday, we all deserve at least a small break from it once in a while. So that’s exactly what I did for a few … More Taking A Break