Hello, everybody! It’s been a really long time since I’ve last posted anything. I’ve been meaning to post my travel photos from South Korea, China, Hong Kong, Thailand, and Japan, but I have started my final year in university this semester and it’s been super busy with graduation applications and group projects, not to mention I’ve recently started two jobs as a sushi restaurant hostess and a student assistant for the California State University International Programs. Plus, it’s been so hard getting back into the blogging scene after taking such long breaks. It’s not that I don’t enjoy blogging and communicating with my readers and fellow bloggers but rather that I’ve developed a habit of not being active. I keep telling myself that I need really get my A-game on again, but it’s so easy to forget, especially with all these things going on. I’m trying to get back in the game, so please bear with me! I will try to edit and post photos on a rolling basis so please look forward to seeing them!
Hello, everybody! Last Friday, my friends and I took a quick trip to Old Sacramento. My friend Tim was able to get his work shift covered and said he wanted to grab lunch, so that’s how this little trip started. Old Sacramento is a touristy area as it showcases the rustic beauty of the wild west and is a part of the capital of California. It was my second time visiting, but it had been almost ten years since the last time. I had a fun time surrounded by the touristy environment. I hope you enjoy my pictures below! Continue reading “Past Meets Present: Old Sacramento”
Hello everybody! About two weeks ago, my family and I took a little trip to Mt. Tamalpais in Marin County, California to celebrate my brother’s birthday! I made a montage video of our time there and have some amazing photos to share with you all. Mt. Tamalpais has become a Kang family tradition for the spring season, and I’m happy to share the wonderful views with you all. Let’s hike!
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Hello everyone! Last week was my spring break, which means I finally went back up north! My mom and I thought it would be fun to take a little trip to Daffodil Hill in Volcano, California. It was my mom’s second time visiting, but my first time. There were a lot of flowers but also a lot of unique animals, so I thought I would share some of the pictures I took with you all.
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