Tag: Things I learned

11 things i learned in the 4 days i spent in las vegas

11 things i learned in the 4 days i spent in las vegas

Weather in November is pretty chilly. We went Thanksgiving weekend and the temperature was in the 50s. Day and night makes a huge difference though. In the daytime, you can get away with wearing jeans and a T-shirt. But at night, my light jacket was barely enough. I’m just glad I had brought a thick … Continue reading 11 things i learned in the 4 days i spent in las vegas

9 things i learned in the 7 days i spent in japan

9 things i learned in the 7 days i spent in japan

Weather in mid-March is pretty mild. It’s not like March in NYC, when you might still need a coat. In Tokyo/Kyoto, you just need a light spring jacket, and perhaps a scarf. It does get chilly at night so make sure you’re prepared for that. If you’re lucky, you’ll catch some cherry blossoms at this time. … Continue reading 9 things i learned in the 7 days i spent in japan

18 things i learned in the 12 days i spent in thailand

18 things i learned in the 12 days i spent in thailand

April is the hottest month of the year. We went from 3/31 to 4/13 and there were days where it was uncomfortably hot, almost unbearable. We chose this month because of Songkran, so if you don’t mind missing this holiday, I’d recommend visiting during a different month. Chiang Mai is SIGNIFICANTLY cooler, since it’s up … Continue reading 18 things i learned in the 12 days i spent in thailand

8 things i learned from the 3.5 days i spent in reykjavik

8 things i learned from the 3.5 days i spent in reykjavik

Weather in January is BONE-CHILLING. I’m used to New York City winters, but probably have never really experienced anything colder than that. So think NYC winters x 10 + snow, all the time. Everything is expensive. If you’re planning on going out to dinner, expect to pay at least 40 USD for an entree. You … Continue reading 8 things i learned from the 3.5 days i spent in reykjavik