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Triangl Swimwear

August 1, 2015

The second I found out about Triangl Swimwear, I knew I immediately had to get one. Not only do I have a weak spot for swimwear, but I also have a weak spot for anything that’s creative, different, and particularly original. These bathing suits are innovative because the brand uses Neoprene fabric, which is similar to that of a wetsuit gear. It actually makes the bikinis very comfortable, easy to wear, and delightful.

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Grand Prix in Monte-Carlo

May 27, 2015

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This is the second year I’ve gone to Monte-Carlo to watch the F1 Grand Prix and it just keeps getting better. Watching the race is so much fun and even though I’m not that into cars, I still really enjoy it.
Monaco is a wonderful place, so if you haven’t been you absolutely need to go (especially during the Grand Prix). The great thing about Monaco is that it’s on the Côte d’Azur, so it’s very beautiful and sunny, and is also very close to Cannes.
What I like best is the casual and relaxing atmosphere – it’s all about appreciating the race, relishing the champagne, meeting new people, and luxuriating in the sun. What better way to start the summer?

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Dominican Republic Travels

Dominican Republic

February 20, 2015
Isolated Beach in Bayahibe

Isolated Beach in Bayahibe

I absolutely love traveling, and when it comes to traveling to new and warm places, I freak out just a little bit. So this winter break I begged my dad to take my mom and I to the Dominican Republic; and to my delightful surprise, he said yes! So with a triumphant face and excited spirits, I packed my suitcase (a week before departure, that’s how excited I was) and was all set to leave. Half of my suitcase contained bathing suits and the other half summer clothing (what else?)

We decided to travel around the D.R by car to try to get as much as possible out of our experience. Our first stop was Santo Domingo, the capital; you could describe the city as a defined mix between a former historical civilization and modern poverty-stricken disarray. With an antique old town in the center of the city, it’s easy to stroll around and do some sightseeing, whereas the city surrounding the old town is quite chaotic.

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