About

¡Bienvenido a todos!

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You’re either here because I had no shame in asking you to check out my page, or for some reason you got lost while navigating through cyberspace and accidentally clicked my site. Either way, WELCOME!
I’ll give you a quick rundown on what exactly it is I do here – the spark notes version:

  • This is my personal blog
  • I originally started this to primarily document my year abroad on exchange in Madrid, España in 2015 (pls refer to my first blog post to paint a clearer picture for you)
  • After mentioning the above, I am still trying to figure out what direction this space should take – but it’s a space to watch nonetheless!

But in all seriousness, I will put in 110% in keeping this up-to-date and as interesting as I can to keep all of you entertained. Thank you for making the decision to *click* me. Enjoy perusing lovely people!

Besos para ti xx

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¿Quién es Angelica?

angelica alexisIn a nutshell,
I’m Angelica (Gel, Ange, Angie…Yeka), 22 years old and a B. of Arts in International Studies/B. of Business student at the University of Technology,  Sydney. Although, I’d much rather be a design student.

I am completely and entirely in love with traveling and discovering the little hidden treasures of the world; but I love food more. My idealistic day consists of a cloudless sky, a good cup of coffee, a can’t-put-it-down novel and my sketchpad. Oh, and polkadots. I adore polkadots.

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Posts

I’ve graduated!

I am that student who secretly really cares about their grade when saying, “I don’t even care! I just want to pass!”. I know for a fact, I did not fool anyone I went on my ‘IDGAF’ rants during assessment deadlines or exam periods. I have (nearly) always done pretty well at school, I have always aimed …

Travel tips (for summer adventures) with Angelica

(based on experience) Since embarking on my great European summer adventure in 2015, I experienced many learning curves and have come up with a list of tips for future reference. Some of them are silly, others a touch more serious, but all helpful, handy and important. I hope this helps you with your next adventure! Pack a …