PART 1: Roaming the Streets of Lima
¡Hola! I feel like when traveling to new cities, there are many things that are similar to previous places that I've been to. Yet, every city is unique in its own way. Something cool we hadn't seen before were these crazy cliffs stretching for miles on the coastline of Lima.
Lima is the capital of Peru, and one of the largest cities in South America with a population of about 8.4 million people. (Peru's population is roughly 30.38 million.) I had imagined that Lima would be a very warm place all-year round, as it's semi-close to the equator. As it turns out, it's not that warm and on most days the sun hides behind thick clouds making the city very gloomy.
Exploring the Historic Town of Savannah, GA
Wowza, what a fun weekend! This was a perfect weekend getaway for our 5 year wedding anniversary <3 We rode bikes around the old Historic town of Savannah through a dozen little parks filled with statues, bells and other old architecture. The city was filled with beautiful residential areas, Spanish moss trees, and old run-down brick buildings (which I absolutely love)! It was, however, a little hot: by which I mean a scorching hot of 99F (37C) with humidity of over 80%.
I definitely recommend spending a day or two in this vibrant town filled with top notch restaurants, shops, and live music on the streets. However, I would recommend coming here before or after the Southern summer heat.
Whitaker Street near Forsyth Park.
This year we are celebrating our 5 year wedding anniversary! I decided it was time to take some professional pictures, and I loved the outcome! More pictures to come soon :)
Facebook click here.
Showered our dear friends Natalie and Victor with gifts and love and welcomed their precious daughter into this world. I had the privilege to take care of the decor.
Welcome to my travel & lifestyle blog!
This blog is long overdue! I've wanted to start it years ago, but never got around to it. Traveling is my passion. My dream is to one day visit all continents, countries and states in the U.S. Thankfully I have had the opportunity to visit 39 countries in 4 different continents so far. Keep posted for my adventures and life events on my blog! - Rebecca
God created a beautiful world out there! Get out and explore.
Follow me on Instagram