Outer what? Outer Bank!

Happy February folks. Wow, it’s been a whole month.

There’s been a delay in blogging due to some ups and downs but I’m back with a blog post.

Another travel blog about North Carolina~

One of my goal in life is to visit all the places in the world. And that starts with visiting all 50 states of the United States.

I never been to North Carolina before and decided one weekend, my husband and I need a mini vacay. More like escaping the snow that was coming to our home city.

We drove to Outer Bank, NC. It’s a strip of island similar to Ocean City, MD. Although it was the middle of January, we had a 60 degrees weather and the city was alive. We stayed at a hotel right next to the ocean and felt it was another summer day. The next day the temperature dropped to 30-degree Fahrenheit, but it was worth the drive.


I found these cute little shells as I walked along the beach. There were 5 people surfing in the cold water and I was thinking, “these people are crazy.” The water was too cold, and the wind kept making waves.


One of the best things about this trip was that it was so chilled. We didn’t do much touristy stuff but just enjoyed the environment. A layback city, next to the beach. We had the best pizza ever! And play some billiard to kill time. Also visited the Aquarium~


Here are my jellyfish! Okay, not mine but some reason I’m obsessed with them at aquariums.

Sometimes traveling can be chill and you don’t need a full packed agenda to enjoy a vacation. I like it.

I wouldn’t mind coming again…next time in the summer for sure.

#travel tips #NC #baecation #ocean


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