i took this on japanese island. luckily the rain didnt hit us but i got a good shot out of it ッ 



my sister-in-law shook the crab… so i got some sand and crab juice all up in there…. vom.

46186_10151268271402236_1868803009_nwith my friends, sister and niece ❤

beachhhour second day in phuket we took the speedboat and went 10 minutes away to the japanese island :]

mostly always empty with a restaurant on the beach

nice place to get away and relax but bring bug spray and use a lot!

Jason de Caires Taylor’s ‘Silent Evolution’ in Cancun Mexico.There are 400 human sculptures nine meters below the ocean’s surface. Each life-sized figure has a distinctly unique appearance with an extraordinary amount of details, leaving the viewer truly affected by these still submerged souls.

Made of concrete over fiberglass, Taylor’s ‘Silent Evolution’ sculptures make up clusters and crowds of people, some clothed and some nude. The pH-neutral material attracts fish and other marine life, promoting the artist’s intent of expressing the human connection to nature in his work.

by, Amelia Roblin


After checking in and swimming we had dinner at Abaca, which had great food and a very relaxing and romantic ambiance.

Roselle. Slater. Me. Jake.

So… the Tangled DVD was funky so we watched Beauty and The Beast and managed to turn it into a drinking game. Each of us were signed to a name/word and every time those words were said in the film that person would have to drink. We had “Belle”, “Beast, “Guest” and “Gaston”… “Belle” was mentioned the most… by far. Sorry Slater!

We had fresh seafood for lunch nearby and then drank Vodka Cruisers at Shangri La ☀

A sweet, quaint cafe in the heart of Phuket Town,106 Rassada Road, Phuket, Thailand.

I had the delicious Berry Crumble served with Vanilla Ice-Cream and Chocolate Syrup

They serve breakfast/brunch, lunch, light snacks, dessert, coffees, teas, juices and other drinks. A great place to go with your girlfriends.

Photos taken while I was visiting Hong Kong

Carter: That’s why I don’t have no partner, that’s one thing I learned from my daddy.
Lee: Your father was a policeman?
Carter: Fifteen years LAPD.
Lee: My daddy also a policeman.
Carter: Your daddy was a cop?
Lee: Not a cop, an officer, a legend all over Hong Kong.
Carter: My daddy a legend too all over America. My daddy once arrested fifteen people in one night by himself.
Lee: My daddy arrested 25 by himself.
Carter: …My daddy once saved five crackheads from a burnin’ building, by himself.
Lee: My daddy once caught a bullet with his bare hand.
Carter: My daddy’ll kick your daddy’s ass all the way from here to China, Japan, wherever the hell you from and all up that Great Wall too.
Lee: Hey, don’t talk about my father.
Carter: Don’t talk about my daddy.

funny funny funny ✓