We were able to stay in the Executive Suite and it was SO beautiful! Legit all we did was lay around and eat room service and drink champagne. It was PERFECT. My version of a vacation is literally doing nothing hahah. Exploring and seeing things is travel to me, not vacation. Vacation is a very special category where I just want to be fed good food and drinks and have no other purpose to my existence except to eat said food and drinks. Also possibly have a very long bath. That is up there too.
Actually quite sad to be leaving Montreal after two months now that the weather has gotten so nice. The city really came to life when the weather started warming up. Every night everyone would be hanging out in parks having wine and picnics, going to festivals, enjoying outdoor patios, etc. Super cool vibe and I really would love to come back in the summer again!
Anywho, that’s all for today! Hope you enjoyed this Montreal Staycation and feel free to leave a comment here or on YouTube saying hi 🙂
What a weekend!! Sorry for the late post today, but we were so busy all weekend I had to upload Monday morning this week instead of the usual Sunday night.
This weekend Troy and I drove from NYC to upstate New York with a bunch of friends. On Saturday our group split up to do different activities. We decided to visit West Point Military Academy so Troy could show me where he went to school!
As a Canadian, the world of US military is very foreign to me and I pretty much have zero grasp on the industry as a whole. It was very interesting to see what it’s like to go to a military university/college, so so SOOOOO different from my uni experience lol.
Anyways, find out what happened at West Point in today’s vlog!
Since it was my first time truly traveling alone, I decided at the beginning of the trip that I would record a video diary of my time in Bali. Anything to do with feelings/experiences on solo travel!
This is what I came up with, and I wanted to share it as a *hopefully useful guide to anyone thinking of traveling solo. Maybe “guide” is the wrong word… “realistic expectations” might be more appropriate. haha
It’s important to me to always be honest with you. And when I am vlogging, I am stoked 99% of the time. But there was a lot of time off camera on this trip where things went wrong and/or I wasn’t super excited about where I was. So I wanted to share both the good and the not-so-good parts of solo travel to help give you a realistic summary of what the experience was like.
Hope you enjoy this video – and thank you for your support on the Bali series! So much more goodness to come – every Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday 😉