3 days in Bogotá, Colombia

Happy Tuesday, you guys. Also, hey, you guys! I’ve been gone for like 4 months. *in my Drake voice* – “I just hope that you missed me a little while I was gone”. Today’s post is about my recent 10-day Colombia trip, starting with 3 days in Bogotá, Colombia. If you follow me on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, orrrrr Snapchat (dhruvibaby), you might have seem quite a bit of it. While I was there and since I’ve been back, I’ve gotten a lot of questions about my trip. This was a solo trip, which I absolutely loved. The most frequent question I’ve been asked – “Is it safe?” View Post

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Travel Diary – Weekend in Denver, CO

Well, this one is long overdue. I went to Denver, CO for a quick weekend trip, back in May, and I’m sharing a bit of what I did, where I went, etc. I’d stayed with a friend of mine, and she had the whole weekend off. So, she was my tour guide, which I am so grateful for! Thanks, Ramie! I was only there for 2.5 days, but it was a packed weekend! Here’s my little guide to a weekend in Denver, CO! PS – Did y’all know Denver is called the Mile-High City, because its elevation is exactly one mile above sea-level?! View Post

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Travel Diary: Tulum, Mexico

**Disclaimer – This is kind of a long post. I hope you’ll read it all because I’ve tried to make it as informative as possible.**

After so much contemplation, here it is – my first ever travel post! It’s something I’ve been wanting to do for a while, and I’m so excited to finally share this with you – I’d love to hear your feedback! I wanna start off with one of my absolute favorite quotes – “You will never be completely at home again, because part of your heart always will be elsewhere. That is the price you pay for the richness of loving and knowing people in more than one place.” – Miriam Adeney

I’ve been putting off writing this post because I still can’t find the words to describe just how incredible Tulum, Mexico is. Also, because I’ve had a few other things going on – traveling + I’m moving apartments in less than 2 weeks. But I decided to finally sit down and work on this post. I think if I had to pick one word to describe Tulum, and my trip, I’d say it was …. View Post

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Pom Pom Sandals

Skirt & Pom Pom Sandals (c/o South Moon Under – Get an additional 15% off, using my exclusive code, DHRUVI15)| Hat (Customized, and only $50!) | Top | Similar Necklace | Lip Stain | Sunglasses | Similar Bracelet

Happy Tuesday, y’all! So, if y’all don’t follow me on Instagram, Snapchat (dhruvibaby), or Facebook, you most likely don’t know that I went to Tulúm last week.  View Post

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Moving to San Antonio – 6 things I wish I’d known

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Happy Tuesday, loves! As I mentioned in my last post, I moved to San Antonio, TX last year. Well, today actually marks the one-year anniversary of my move, and this post, about moving to San Antonio, is one I’ve been working on for a while! Before we get into it, I just wanna say that there’s still a lot I am yet to explore about SA. This post is based on my experiences so far, and also a bit of research, i.e., talking to quite a few people who are from here or have moved here. I don’t intend to offend anyone with this post, and I certainly don’t want this to sound like a personal rant. So, I thought it’s only fair to actually talk to other people about their experiences before writing this post. I want this to be informational, and hopefully, something that’ll be of help to anyone moving to San Antonio, TX.

San Antonio, TX is the 4th fastest growing city in the US (waaahhhhh!) and also the 7th biggest city in the US. Who’da thunk, huh!  View Post

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