A Moment Alone
During one of our first weekends, Sam went backpacking with his friend that we were visiting. I took the chance to explore the city - Elaina style. I went shopping. There were so many boutiques and thrift shops in North Park, which is the district our Airbnb was in. I stumbled upon a parking lot that was filled with vendors, as if...
San Diego Sunsets
On so many blogs they will tell you to go to Sunset Cliffs to see the sunset over the Pacific Ocean near San Diego. To me, it was overcrowded and stressful. There are plenty of other beaches and locations to watch the sunset. If you go to a less crowded beach, the experience can be calm and romantic. I am not sure...
It feels weird to be saying goodbye so quickly. Asheville was just starting to feel like our home. Our journey is continuing on and our next location is: Branson, Missouri. The drive from Asheville, NC to Branson, MO is 12 hours (without traffic and stops).
I do not have a bucket list. I would spend way too much time working on the list and not enough time living it. If I did have a list, going to Dollywood would be on it. I could not wrap my head around the fact that Dolly Parton built a theme park. Never knowing when or how, I always knew I had to see it with my own eyes.
Starting to settle in, but there definitely is an adjustment period. The highlights of Week 2 in Asheville was really my birthday! Celebrating your birthday in a new city is a great idea, when you do it right. I made the mistake of working during my birthday and celebrating during the weekend.
Laptops shut and we looked at each other like “Now, what?” I decided to google what events were happening in Asheville that weekend and I am so glad I did. We attended Downtown After 5, hiked the Craggy Gardens Trail, and explored Hendersonville & Flat Rock. Along the way, we went to a few breweries and wineries.