Like most big cities in the United States, there aren’t a lot of free activities to enjoy in Downtown Dallas, Texas. The main amusements, like the Arboretum or Aquarium, include both entrance fees and parking fees. Most of Dallas’ residents spend their nights and weekends venturing out to the hundreds of bars and restaurants that make Dallas what it is. But, for those of us that enjoy not having to spend money in order to have a good time I’ve put together the following list based entirely on my opinion and time spent in Dallas: Continue reading “The Best Free Activites In Downtown Dallas”
After three straight days of touristy Mexican food, my cousins and I were ready for a change: A diversion from fajitas, tacos, and fish. That change ended up being a sunset dinner at Hilton Los Cabos Beach and Golf Resort’s Italian food restaurant: Vela. Continue reading “Sunset Dinner in Cabo San Lucas”
At the beginning of August, I went on vacation with my family to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico: An arid, beach destination on the West Coast of North America. My parents come here every year to relax at the Hilton Los Cabos Beach & Golf Resort. This year, they convinced another 16 of us to join in on the fun. Continue reading “I Ate a Hot Pepper in Mexico and It Didn’t Go Well.”
My knees scraped against the rough bark of the tree. Shorts snagged by the branches behind me. Fingers dug into the one below me, holding my upper body aloft as I inched further along the branch towards the stump– back arched like a cat.
"Are you going to blog about this?" Catherine asked from below. A joke. My phone in her hand, documenting this moment.
"I never know what I'm going to blog about until I do it," I said.
Continue reading “I Went to Lubbock, Texas and All I Did Was Climb a Tree”
It’s that time of year. The temperature doesn’t fall below the mid 80’s, and the buzz of mosquito trucks echoes throughout the neighborhood. Summer has arrived, and with it America’s favorite holiday: The Fourth of July.
Continue reading “How To Celebrate the Fourth Of July in Galveston, Texas”