Of course this means a few things, one being that I need to start setting aside shopping money, and another being the start of some intense research into things to do. Since I lived in Paris for several months I am familiar with it and have been to the "main targets" many many times. I want to start exploring some of the areas I'm not as familiar with, so I've begun the process of writing down coffee shops, stores, and smaller museums that I want to visit. If anyone knows anything about Norway or Denmark (specifically Copenhagen) send me an e-mail or comment below to let me know of fun things around. I have never traveled in Scandinavia before so I'm not sure what to expect (except heavy taxes and prices.)
Aside from that I'm still struggling to get over Hawaii time. I've been so lazy and unproductive this whole week and now that it's ending I feel the need to kick it into high gear, meaning more posts, on more topics, as well as finally finishing my degree up and all those other boring things.
Also, I finally purchased some Ray-Ban flash lensed aviators and I'm in love! They're so great, even my brother-in-law liked them enough to buy a pair while we were in Maui.
The view was spectacular. You can see the island of Molokai in the distance.
These lenses are so beautiful and come in three colors but I thought blue looked the best with my complexion.
Bonus picture: this little dog was so excited to see us when we got back, she collapsed as I was unpacking and fell asleep like this!