I never put out pictures from my trip this summer - so here we go.
After working my ass off in summer, my mother and I went to the USA for two weeks. We went to Washington DC to visit some of my mom's old friends. We stayed at their place, and I have to admit - it was a very nice place. Made me wish I lived there.
The woman and the man on the right is my mom's friends, and the girl with glasses is their daughter. AND GUYS. SHE is almost taller than me and she is only turning 10 this year. I kept forgetting that she was 12 years younger than me, and the fact that she was quite school-smart - made me feel insanely stupid.
While taking this picture, some bicyclists almost got hit by my selfiestick. I also realised that my face had started to getting sunburnt, and that I needed sunglasses because I could barely open my eyes when taking the picture.
I am not sure if you guys heard about it, but during the summer there was a flood in Maryland - and it was crazy because we were there on the exact same day, but we left a few hours before the flood came. I remember, because my friends snapped me and was worried sick - after finding out through my snapchat story that I was in Maryland. I assured them that I was more than okay, because we were already back in Washington eating Korean BBQ.
After a few days in Washington, we continued our trip to Cancun, Mexico. GUYS, it was so hot there - and I honestly thought I would get tan this summer, but I failed. I got sunburned.... I got A TINY TINY bit tanner, but my skin started peeling, so I lost most of my tan. WELP, it is something though, right?
We met up with another family of four and it was very nice. We all stayed at this hotel called Riu Hotel, which was a 5 stars hotel. ALL INCLUSIVE. I felt like a queen guys, I shit you not. It was so nice. We had a beach right beside the hotel, good food every single day. We were a bit unlucky with the weather, because 2,5 days out of 5 days there - it was raining. Even though it was pouring rain - the hotel was amazing. They set up a lot of different activities for both adults and kids.
Look at the water! It was clear and so chill. After tanning for hours and taking a dip in the ocean - amazing.
I scrolled through my phone and I actually found a lot (and I mean a lot) of pictures. Which reminded me of how my mom told me (every single hour) to "Take a picture, sweety. And remember to send them to me later on" I am glad I did though, because it was a memorable trip.
The hotel had a lot of different kinds of cuisines. We tried Japanese, Italian, French and even Spanish food! It was so delicious. The whole trip to Cancun was amazing. I really want to go back.
On one of our last nights there was this amazing show. These guys had crazy costumes. There was this one guy who even dressed up waaay more than these guys, but we did not manage to take a picture with them because they left before we even got to them after the show.
This was the last picture I took before heading home to Norway. I have to admit that the two weeks I was in Washington and Cancun was amazing. Even though I did not have any around my age, I had an amazing time. I enjoyed my time drinking and talking with the adults. (And the man you guys see in the picture is so kind, funny and interesting to talk to and spend time with.) I also had a wonderful time catching Pokémon with the kids, even though I kind of babysat them. It was a nice trip and a break from life before going back to university and study my ass off. I miss them already and I hope to see them again in the nearest future.