Get ready! A post about how awesome my vacation was! Yep, I am going to post photos from my vacation. No models, no wedding, no babies… none of that! Just pure tourist type photos (ok, there are a couple people here and there). You know the photos that have “wish you were here” written across the top. Yea, those.
I am the girl who at 30 something years old took her first vacation, a real vacation. The type of vacation where my only worry was if my flip flop was going to get washed away by a wave that surprised attacked me.
My boyfriend and I traveled 10 hours to the Outer Banks of North Carolina (OBX) where we met up with a group of friends. And yes, I vacationed right as wedding season started. Why? Well, because at the beach it’s still considered “off season” and we got a great deal on a beach house! Although, this was not my first time in OBX. Last year I traveled to the same beach house to celebrate and photograph the wedding of one of my very best friends. You may have seen this image before.
But this time it was about collecting 10 lbs of seashells, flying a kite, reading a book, falling asleep poolside, watching sunrises, searching for sea glass, seeing a rainbow over the ocean, baking… actually relaxing! *see my instagram
I toured the Nags Head Fishing Pier.
I toured Jennette’s Pier.
And my big bucket list day trip to Rodanthe! Yep, from the Nicholas Sparks book turned into movie, Nights in Rodanthe. My girlfriends and I drove the hour to Rodanthe, North Carolina on the same path Richard Gere took in the movie to see the house, “Serendipity”! Although the house is not in its original location (it was moved a few blocks after the hurricane last year, yes they moved the whole house) it is still just as breathtaking as ever. Yea, yea, I like romance movies.
We stopped by the Rodanthe Pier on Hatteras Island. The pier was also in the movie. Even though it was still being re-built from the hurricane and quite wobbly we as far out on it as possible.
On the way back from Rodanthe we passed the Bodie Lighthouse. It’s pronounced like Body. Next year we plan to climb the 10 flights to the top. Told you these images are the stuff postcards are made from.
But, I am back refreshed inspired and ready to go! OBX, you haven’t seen the last of us! Countdown to OBX ’14 has begun.
- I am a graduate of this school and that school, but most importantly I am now an intern with Leahand Mark.com. My name is Krisandra and here a little about me.
I was born in Chicago, raised in Florida, but currently reside in Atlanta, GA (for the last 6 years anyway).
I love my family most.
I collect horror movies even though I am too scared to watch them (even in the daytime).
I placed in 3rd in a hot dog eating contest (3rd out of 3).
I have been in the Chattahoochee River more times this summer than any water (besides a pool) in my whole life.
I love to enter 5k's.
I love to read and knit (by knit I mean scarves and only one pattern).
I live by quotes.
I have 2 cats (Princess and Feliz) and a hermit crab (Hermies).
I want to take your picture.
I will show you what I see through the viewfinder.