The Asian Magazine ♡

 

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I recently had the amazing opportunity to collaborate and write for the travel segment of The Asian Magazine May/June 2016 issue.

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It is a seven page spread of my experience to Japan with my boyfriend Felipe! Thank you to our sponsor Audley Travel a traveling agency that tailors your journey to fit just for you. Isn’t that amazing?! For more information, you can check out their website here- https://www.audleytravel.com

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Never in a million years would I have thought my name would be on the cover of a magazine. I am so thankful for this experience and I have learned so much! Thank you to Remi David for taking a few of the photos in my article. As well as Jane Luo and Mav Niu from The Asian Magazine! Also a special thank you to Miles from Audley Travel. An extra extra extra special thank you to Felipe for encouraging me and being a part of this whole process.  I am thankful to everyone who was a part of this experience.

If you would like a copy of this issue you can go to The Asian Magazine’s subscription page. Which is here- http://theasianmagazine.com/subscription

 

You can also check out their blog post for a few behind the scenes photos and a small part of the article- http://theasianmagazine.com/archives/675

All photos of me in this post have been taken by Lillian Seibert http://seibertlillian.wix.com/lsphotography

 

With so much love,

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Photos by XmranX

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I had the opportunity to work with a Toronto based photographer that goes by the name of XmranX. His worked has been published by Elision Magazine and also runs a photography page called http://questionnoir.com with a few other photographers.  Soon to be featuring publishing photographers, creative artists, etc.

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XmranX usually likes to shoot with more of a dark mysterious type of aesthetic which makes his photography really unique compared to the average “photographer”

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I loved that he was willing to try many different styles of pictures.

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Working with XmranX really showed me that photography really is an art. I am so thankful I was able to work with such a talented artist.

Can’t wait to work with him again!

Follow him on instagram- http://www.instagram.com/xmranx

http://questionnoir.com

Arezzo, Italia ♡

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I got to visit Arezzo, Italia.

A city where my brother had lived for a year while playing soccer.

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A film called “Life is Beautiful” was always filmed here.

Life is Beautiful is a movie I definitely recommend to watch! (It’s on netflix)

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This is the center of Arezzo, I wish I was able to take a better picture.

This city was breathtaking.

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This is the poster of the movie “Life is Beautiful”  it was so exciting for me to walk around Arezzo because they placed posters  and showed what part of the film was filmed in certain locations.

Life is Beautiful is a classic Italian film. Please go watch it!!

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We had gelato!

Guys I have had  gelato everyday since i’ve been in Italy and I haven’t regretted a single moment.

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The weather was a bit cloudy but it was perfect because it wasn’t too hot!

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We had dinner at a cute little restaurant

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 I had ravioli with shredded figs on top.

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Arezzo is a beautiful city!

I recommend watching Life is Beautiful and then planning a trip to Arezzo.

with so much love,

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Otavalo Market ♡

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During my visit in Ecuador I had the privilege of visiting a town called Otavalo.  Most of the people that live in Otavalo  are the indigenous people of Ecuador. In this province there is a market that the indigenous Otavaleños sell there handmade products.

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Everything sold in this market is handmade. It was so beautiful to see the detail and hard work they put into every product.

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Seeing the indigenous people was very beautiful and so interesting to me.

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This mask has many meanings to it… the top 12 little figures sticking out of the head represents the months in the year. The front part of the mask represents day and the back represents night!

Otavaleños are so creative!!

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Visiting the Otavalo Market is something that I will never ever forget in my life. I saw many things that I have never seen before. From the indigenous people to the beautiful art that was sold in the market.