October is Vlogtober! That is what I told myself on the first day of this month, not knowing that vlogtober was already a trending hashtag on the gram. For me it doesn’t mean that I am going to vlog and upload a video everyday, but that I am going to pop my vlogs of the past year online one by one during this month. My goal is to upload everything before October ends.
Continue reading “Travel Vlog: My solo trip to Mallorca”
Hi there you guys. Long time! Time doesn’t stand still, luckily neither do I. Since my last post here, there has been a lot going on in my life. So many ideas and projects that I started and am about to start. But one thing I can say is that I never forgot about my blog and all you loyal readers and followers out here. Thank you for sticking with me. Continue reading “My first travel vlog: Rome, Italy”
Spring is just around the corner and maybe you’re thinking about taking a little spring break between your busy working days or a long weekend off for a city trip. Then I have a tip for you: come visit Amsterdam! My number 1 city in the Netherlands and my soon to be hometown this year. Continue reading “City Film: Come visit Amsterdam”
Here it is my dears. Finally! After sharing a few of my I Love Su outfits, showing you that Paramaribo is a fashion city, telling you about the I Love Su fashion gear and blogging about independence day, I know many of you must have waited for this one. Paramaribo. Yes. PARAMARIBO! In this post I’m going to introduce you to the city I was born and raised in, which I’ve always been so proud to tell you guys about. No matter where I go, I always represent my country Suriname and I am very proud to be from Paramaribo, the capital of Suriname. Like I always say, never forget where you come from. Continue reading “Introducing my champion city: Paramaribo”
This year I had the pleasure to visit Kingston, Jamaica as I told you in a few posts now. If you’ve been following this blog for a while now, you know exactly when and why I was there. If not, you can read it in this post. From my own experience I can say that life in Kingston, Jamaica can be quite expensive. Now if you’re planning to go on vacation in Kingston on a budget, I’d like to give you some tips that might help you out on how to get by. Continue reading “How to get by on a budget in Kingston, Jamaica”
This is a post I wanted to do for a long time, ever since I went to Jamaica last June. Because I had one suitcase and barely enough room in my carry on bag, I wanted to put all the space I had to good use. Past experiences thought me that I never wear all the clothing I take with me on holiday, sometimes not even all the shoes. The reason for this is because I just throw in clothing, shoes, and bags I think I might all wear during my holiday, but in the end I never do. And I know I am not the only one that had to deal with this issue. Continue reading “Tips for packing effectively for your summer holiday”
One of the things I really wanted to do while in Kingston, Jamaica was visiting downtown Kingston. From day one the locals told me that it wasn’t what I may picture in my head. “Downtown Kingston is not like downtown Manhattan where you can walk down the street in your high heels with your designer purse”, is what I was told by the local we were staying at. “It’s rough”. No matter how rough it might be, I am a Caribbean girl also, so how much more rough can it be than downtown Paramaribo, Suriname I thought. Before my time in Kingston was up, I wanted to visit downtown Kingston and see it for myself. So on my last day in Kingston I did. Continue reading “Downtown Kingston is not downtown Manhattan”