24 Hours in Austin

So I lied. This is my final post from my trip in Austin. I thought I had enough photos, but I guess not!

On May 21st and 22nd, my cousins and I did a 24 hour trip to Austin. We arrived in Austin at around noon on the 21st and left at noon the next day. As seen from the last two posts (Austin: Food Recap & Graffiti Park), we tried to do as much as possible in 24 hours, and boy was it exhausting. We were able to grab some good grub, kayak, visit Graffiti Park, explore downtown, and see some of the beautiful scenery Austin has to offer. Unfortunately, Texas was experiencing major flooding from weeks of nonstop rain, so many of the things we were suppose to do were cancelled. The weather was quite gloomy too, but that didn’t stop our fun! Here’s a glimpse into that fun filled day.
Also big thanks to my friend Loan who now edits my pictures! Check out her instagram.

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I’d also just like to apologize that this post did not go up earlier. I wanted to be putting up a new blog post every three days, but I just started summer school this week. Easy to say, I’m dying. Organic chemistry in the span of 5 weeks means I’m studying during all my free time. I will be trying to keep up with my posts, but I apologize in advanced! Thank you for being lovely and reading my posts; it means the world to me!


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