Welcome to my blog! "Una Boricua y su Camara" (A Puertorrican and her Camera) is a blog dedicated to my adventures around the world, along with my camera. I invite you to travel with me to wonderful places around the globe every other week, on Fridays. 

 

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-Maye

Una Boricua y su cámara en Seattle, WA

September 27, 2019  •  Leave a Comment
Cloudy, humid and crisp. That’s how I remember Seattle, WA. The city in which I’ve had the BEST clam chowder soup ever, wore rain boots all day, every day, and had some (very) fresh happy-hour oysters in a hip bar by the Pacific Ocean coast. Two things you should know before visiting Seattle, though: (1) bring your rain boots and jacket, and (2) f...
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Una Boricua y su cámara en Taos Pueblo

September 13, 2019  •  Leave a Comment
Can you imagine living in a same place for over 1,000 years? That’s right, one-zero-zero-zero years! Well, that’s how long the Puebloan people, a Native American tribe situated just a few miles away from Santa Fe, New Mexico, has been living in this 95,000 acres ’piece of land known as Taos, Pueblo. Its rustic and simple architecture promptly tr...
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Una Boricua y su Camara en China

August 30, 2019  •  Leave a Comment
I guess it’s true, “opposites attract.” Despite the little similarities between the Chinese culture, and my own, ever since I visited the world's most populous country, I’ve been secretly in love with it! After a long 14hr flight, I was there in Beijing, China. Got to admit that, although I’ve been to Asia before, there was a special excitement...
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Una Boricua y su Cámara en Cuba

August 16, 2019  •  2 Comments
Who doesn't want to visit Cuba? The legendary - and unknown by many- largest island of the Caribbean. Shortly after the 2016 lift on the American tourist restrictions to visit Cuba, a group of friends and I traveled there and stayed for 10 days, touring 680 miles while visiting six cities; Varadero, La Havana, Viñales, Pinar de Rio, Trinidad, an...
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Una Boricua y su Cámara en Yellowstone

August 01, 2019  •  Leave a Comment
On a refreshing morning of May, around 10:30 AM, I started the 8-hour long journey to Yellowstone National Park, from Denver, CO. Days before the (hands down!) “Most anticipated trip of the year”, I packed my favorite snacks, and of course, my favorite photography toys, in an effort to avoid forgetting an important piece of equipment, as it usually...
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