The Color Factory

“The Discovery, Serendipity and Generosity Of Color”

A fun, colorful, and interactive pop-up exhibition – the color factory is a pretty cool spot to visit. It costs nearly 40 bucks but it’s so worth it. You get snacks throughout the exhibition, you can spend as long as you want there, and you walk away with some great photos that they take of you during the whole experience.

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Best Bites at Smorgasburg

“Food – The Key To My Heart”

What better way to spend a sunny Saturday afternoon than at the largest open-air food market in America? Situated in New York, Smorgasburg is a super popular foodie market with 100 stalls serving sweets, savouries and tasty drinks.

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Afro Code Day Party

“Sunday’s Are For Partying!”

I said to y’all I’d do a post on that day party I went to last week, and here it is.
So Afro Code is an event that happens every Sunday at The Delancey Rooftop Lounge in Manhattan. The weather was literally perfect for it last week, the sun was shining, good vibes were in the air and everyone was having fun.

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Girls Night Out

“Girls Just Wanna Have Fun”

You know when you’ve had such a long, stressful week and just desperately need to let off some steam? Yeah, well that was me last Thursday. These upcoming final exams are giving me anxiety so instead of revising, my smart ass thinks it’s a better idea to just go out and forget all about them!

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Life in the Big Apple

“The City That Never Sleeps”

New York really is the city that never sleeps, and I’ve barely been doing any sleeping either! I’ve been here for three months now and couldn’t even tell you where the time has gone. The first month was so stressful finding a place to live and settling into a new school at the same time, but once I got myself together I was soon loving life.

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Anti-Racism March

“We Can No Longer Endure Oppression Without Retribution”

So the content of this post is a little bit different to what I usually blog about but I feel like it’s something that needs to be talked about. Last Saturday I participated in a march to stand up to racism. With thousands of others across the world, we united to say no to racism and fascism, no to islamophobia and antisemitism and to take a stand for black lives, to welcome refugees and celebrate migrants.

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Tinashe Takes New York

“Blessed Are The Curious, For They Shall Have Adventures”

As if moving to Kuwait for a year wasn’t enough, I was soon desperate to get back on the plane to start my next adventure. This time Tinashe Takes New York!! Four months in the Big Apple to do what I do best, make memories, live life and spend money!!! I’m joking, I’m actually here to study but that doesn’t mean I won’t still be making memories and living life!

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Au Revoir Kuwait

“Journeys May Come To An End, But Memories Last Forever”

My time in Kuwait is D O N E. I could actually cry!! I’ve loved every minute of this experience abroad and even though I’m so excited to go home, I’ve made such good friends here and created so many memories with them. So I’m currently sitting at the airport waiting to catch my flight back to the UK, and I started to reminisce on all of the things I got up to in Kuwait and it’s made me a little bit emotional!

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Dampa Feast

“For The Love Of Cod!”

It’s been a while, but I’m back with a food review! So this week I visited Dampa Feast which is an Asian seafood restaurant in Kuwait, and I actually love this place. It’s so different to standard restaurants, the atmosphere feels like you’re eating street food in the middle of the seafood hotspot in the Philippines and the quality of the food is amazing!

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