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Cheap flights with UEG and SkyScanner!


We are announcing a new partnership with Skyscanner and the largest African American travel group in the US, Urban Events Global!  Click on one of the below links to download the Skyscanner App to your phone, and start booking cheap flights today!  Simply download, and test it out to activate your discounts!

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Uber vs. Lyft!?

Uber vs. Lyft…

First of all, both companies are offering discounts and/or free rides to voting booths, so please don’t let transportation stop you from hitting the polls!  Second of all, after you vote, the Urban Events Global take on it is simple; pick the cheapest one for your trip (just get to the airport and let’s go!)  We’ve added a code that will help you save up to $10 by downloading here!

Download by clicking:

We hope this helps save a little!

UEG



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Travel Insurance is key!


AllianzTravelInsurance.com

Covered Reasons for Travel Insurance!

OneTrip – Protect your next journey with single-trip travel insurance. For an international trip, consider plans that include emergency medical and emergency medical transportation benefits. To protect your financial investment in travel, choose a plan with trip cancellation/interruption benefits.

– Trip Cancellation
Reimburses your prepaid, non-refundable expenses if you must cancel your trip due to a covered reason.

– Attending immediate family members birth
You need to attend an immediate family members birth. The pregnancy must have occurred after the effective date of coverage and can be verified by medical records.

– Complete cessation of services
Your airline, cruise line, or tour operator or travel supplier stops offering all services for at least 24 consecutive hours where you’re departing, arriving or making a connection because of a natural disaster, severe weather, or a strike.

– Complete cessation of services 24 hours
Complete cessation of services by your common carrier for 24 or more hours due to a strike, natural disaster, bad weather or FAA mandated shutdown.

– Covered Travel Delay – loss of 50%
You miss more than half of the total length of your trip because your travel is delayed.

– Death of Family Member
A family member passes away.

– Death of Insured
An insured traveler passes away.

– Death of Traveling Companion
A traveling companion passes away.

– Destination uninhabitable
Your destination is uninhabitable because of a natural disaster, fire, flood, burglary or vandalism.

– Employer Termination – 1 yr.
You or a traveling companion, after having been with the same employer for at least 12 continuous months, are terminated/laid off through no fault of your own, after your effective date of coverage.

– Employer Termination – 3 yrs.
You or a traveling companion is terminated or laid off from a company after your plan’s effective date. You must have worked for this employer for at least 3 consecutive years.

– Felonious Assault
You or a Traveling Companion are the victim of a felonious assault within 10 days prior to Your departure date or during Your Trip.

– Financial Default
Your tour operator, airline or cruise line, ceases operation due to a financial default.

– Foreign and Domestic Terrorism
A terrorist event happens at your destination within 30 days of the day you’re scheduled to arrive.

– Hijacking
You or a traveling companion is hijacked, or in the case of Travel Delay, Your travel is delayed by a hijacking

– Home uninhabitable
Your primary residence is uninhabitable because of a natural disaster, fire, flood, burglary or vandalism.

– Illness of Family Member
A family member has a covered illness.

– Illness of Insured
An insured traveler has a covered illness.

– Illness of Traveling Companion
A traveling companion has a covered illness.

– Injury of Family Member
A family member has a covered injury.

– Injury of Insured
An insured traveler has a covered injury.

– Injury of Traveling Companion
A traveling companion has a covered injury.

– Involved in a traffic accident
You or a traveling companion is in a traffic accident on the way to your point of departure and you or the traveling companion need medical attention or the car needs to be repaired because it’s not safe to drive.

– Jury/Subpoena
You are summoned by a court order or subpoena to serve on a jury or appear in court.

– Legal separation or divorce
Your or a traveling companion legally separate or divorce after your insurance effective date but before your scheduled departure date.

– Loss of accommodations abroad
Family or friends outside the United States can’t accommodate you as planned because someone in the household has died or been diagnosed with a serious illness or injury.

– Military Obligations
You or a traveling companion serving in the U.S. Armed Forces are reassigned, or have your personal leave revoked, except because of war, the War Powers Act, bas or unit mobilization, unit reassignment or disciplinary action.

– Normal Pregnancy
You become pregnant as long as the pregnancy occurs after the effective date of coverage and can be verified by medical records (only applies to Trip Cancellation).

– Quarantine
You or a traveling companion is quarantined.


 

– Trip Interruption
Reimburses you for the unused, non-refundable portion of your trip and for the increased transportation costs it takes for you to return home due to a covered reason.

– Complete cessation of services
Your airline, cruise line, or tour operator or travel supplier stops offering all services for at least 24 consecutive hours where you’re departing, arriving or making a connection because of a natural disaster, severe weather, or a strike.

– Complete cessation of services 24 hours
Complete cessation of services by your common carrier for 24 or more hours due to a strike, natural disaster, bad weather or FAA mandated shutdown.

– Covered Travel Delay – loss of 50%
You miss more than half of the total length of your trip because your travel is delayed.

– Death of Family Member
A family member passes away.

– Death of Insured
An insured traveler passes away.

– Death of Traveling Companion
A traveling companion passes away.

– Destination uninhabitable
Your destination is uninhabitable because of a natural disaster, fire, flood, burglary or vandalism.

– Employer Termination – 1 yr.
You or a traveling companion, after having been with the same employer for at least 12 continuous months, are terminated/laid off through no fault of your own, after your effective date of coverage.

– Employer Termination – 3 yrs.
You or a traveling companion is terminated or laid off from a company after your plan’s effective date. You must have worked for this employer for at least 3 consecutive years.

– Felonious Assault
You or a Traveling Companion are the victim of a felonious assault within 10 days prior to Your departure date or during Your Trip.

– Financial Default
Your tour operator, airline or cruise line, ceases operation due to a financial default.

– Foreign and Domestic Terrorism
A terrorist event happens at your destination within 30 days of the day you’re scheduled to arrive.

– Hijacking
You or a traveling companion is hijacked, or in the case of Travel Delay, Your travel is delayed by a hijacking

– Home uninhabitable
Your primary residence is uninhabitable because of a natural disaster, fire, flood, burglary or vandalism.

– Illness of Family Member
A family member has a covered illness.

– Illness of Insured
An insured traveler has a covered illness.

– Illness of Traveling Companion
A traveling companion has a covered illness.

– Injury of Family Member
A family member has a covered injury.

– Injury of Insured
An insured traveler has a covered injury.

– Injury of Traveling Companion
A traveling companion has a covered injury.

– Involved in a traffic accident
You or a traveling companion is in a traffic accident on the way to your point of departure and you or the traveling companion need medical attention or the car needs to be repaired because it’s not safe to drive.

– Jury/Subpoena
You are summoned by a court order or subpoena to serve on a jury or appear in court.

– Loss of accommodations abroad
Family or friends outside the United States can’t accommodate you as planned because someone in the household has died or been diagnosed with a serious illness or injury.

– Military Obligations
You or a traveling companion serving in the U.S. Armed Forces are reassigned, or have your personal leave revoked, except because of war, the War Powers Act, base or unit mobilization, unit reassignment or disciplinary action.

– Quarantine
You or a traveling companion is quarantined.


 

– Emergency Medical/Dental Coverage
Provides benefits for losses due to covered medical and dental emergencies that occur during your trip. Depending on your plan, there is a $500 or $750 maximum for all covered dental expenses.

– Illness of Insured
An insured traveler has a covered illness.

– Injury of Insured
An insured traveler has a covered injury.

– Emergency Medical Transportation
Provides medically necessary transportation to the nearest hospital or appropriate facility following a covered illness or injury.

– Death of Insured
An insured traveler passes away.

– Illness of Insured
An insured traveler has a covered illness.

– Injury of Insured
An insured traveler has a covered injury.

– Baggage Loss/Damage
Covers loss, damage or theft of baggage and personal effects.

– Damaged
Reimburses the lesser of actual cash value or the cost to repair or replace (less any salvage) if damaged.

– Damaged by common carrier
Your business equipment is damaged by a common carrier.

– Lost
Your baggage is lost while you’re traveling

– Lost by common carrier
Your business equipment is lost by a common carrier.

– Stolen/Recovered Damaged
Reimburses the lesser of actual cash value or the cost to repair or replace (less any salvage) if stolen.

– Stolen/Unrecovered
Reimburses the lesser of actual cash value or the cost to repair or replace (less any salvage) if stolen.

– Baggage Delay
Reimburses the reasonable additional purchase of essential items during your trip if your baggage is delayed or misdirected by a common carrier for 24 hours or more. Receipts for emergency purchases are required.

– Delayed Luggage
A common carrier, hotel, or tour operator delays your baggage for 24 hours or more.

– Travel Delay
Reimburses you for additional expenses due to a covered delay of six hours or more. Some plans may also cover lost prepaid trip expenses due to covered travel delay, depending on the product and state. Please see your insuring agreement to verify whether your insurance plan includes this coverage.

– Civil Disorder or Unrest
Your travel is delayed by civil disorder or unrest.

– Common Carrier Delay
Your departure is delayed by a common carrier.

– Hijacking
You or a traveling companion is hijacked, or in the case of Travel Delay, Your travel is delayed by a hijacking

– Lost/Stolen Documents
Your passports, money or other travel documents are lost or stolen.

– Natural Disaster
Your travel is delayed by a natural disaster.

– Quarantine
You or a traveling companion is quarantined.

– Severe Storm/Route Closed
Severe weather delays your departing flight or causes road closures.

– Unannounced Strikes
Your departure is delayed by an unannounced strike

– Missed Connection
Reimburses expenses resulting from a covered delay that causes you to miss your scheduled flight or cruise.

– Airline Cancel/Delay Bad Weather
Severe weather cancels one of your flights en route to the connection or cruise, or delays it for at least 3 hours

– Bad Weather while en route
You’re delayed by severe weather while en route to the departure.

– Delayed by a traffic accident
You’re involved in or delayed by a traffic accident.

– Change Fee Coverage
Provides reimbursement for fees to change the dates on your airline ticket.

– Attending immediate family members birth
You need to attend an immediate family members birth. The pregnancy must have occurred after the effective date of coverage and can be verified by medical records.

– Covered Travel Delay – loss of 50%
You miss more than half of the total length of your trip because your travel is delayed.

– Death of Family Member
A family member passes away.

– Death of Insured
An insured traveler passes away.

– Death of Traveling Companion
A traveling companion passes away.

– Destination uninhabitable
Your destination is uninhabitable because of a natural disaster, fire, flood, burglary or vandalism.

– Employer Termination – 1 yr.
You or a traveling companion, after having been with the same employer for at least 12 continuous months, are terminated/laid off through no fault of your own, after your effective date of coverage.

– Felonious Assault
You or a Traveling Companion are the victim of a felonious assault within 10 days prior to Your departure date or during Your Trip.

– Foreign and Domestic Terrorism
A terrorist event happens at your destination within 30 days of the day you’re scheduled to arrive.

– Hijacking
You or a traveling companion is hijacked, or in the case of Travel Delay, Your travel is delayed by a hijacking

– Home uninhabitable
Your primary residence is uninhabitable because of a natural disaster, fire, flood, burglary or vandalism.

– Illness of Family Member
A family member has a covered illness.

– Illness of Insured
An insured traveler has a covered illness.

– Illness of Traveling Companion
A traveling companion has a covered illness.

– Injury of Family Member
A family member has a covered injury.

– Injury of Insured
An insured traveler has a covered injury.

– Injury of Traveling Companion
A traveling companion has a covered injury.

– Involved in a traffic accident
You or a traveling companion is in a traffic accident on the way to your point of departure and you or the traveling companion need medical attention or the car needs to be repaired because it’s not safe to drive.

– Jury/Subpoena
You are summoned by a court order or subpoena to serve on a jury or appear in court.

– Legal separation or divorce
Your or a traveling companion legally separate or divorce after your insurance effective date but before your scheduled departure date.

– Loss of accommodations abroad
Family or friends outside the United States can’t accommodate you as planned because someone in the household has died or been diagnosed with a serious illness or injury.

– Military Obligations
You or a traveling companion serving in the U.S. Armed Forces are reassigned, or have your personal leave revoked, except because of war, the War Powers Act, bas or unit mobilization, unit reassignment or disciplinary action.

– Normal Pregnancy
You become pregnant as long as the pregnancy occurs after the effective date of coverage and can be verified by medical records (only applies to Trip Cancellation).

– Quarantine
You or a traveling companion is quarantined.

– Severe Storm/Route Closed
Severe weather delays your departing flight or causes road closures.

 

– Frequent Traveler Loyalty Plan
Coverage for frequent flyer mile redeposit fees in the event of a covered trip cancellation.

– Attending immediate family members birth
You need to attend an immediate family members birth. The pregnancy must have occurred after the effective date of coverage and can be verified by medical records.

– Complete cessation of services 24 hours
Complete cessation of services by your common carrier for 24 or more hours due to a strike, natural disaster, bad weather or FAA mandated shutdown.

– Covered Travel Delay – loss of 50%
You miss more than half of the total length of your trip because your travel is delayed.

– Death of Family Member
A family member passes away.

– Death of Insured
An insured traveler passes away.

– Death of Traveling Companion
A traveling companion passes away.

– Destination uninhabitable
Your destination is uninhabitable because of a natural disaster, fire, flood, burglary or vandalism.

– Employer Termination – 1 yr.
You or a traveling companion, after having been with the same employer for at least 12 continuous months, are terminated/laid off through no fault of your own, after your effective date of coverage.

– Felonious Assault
You or a Traveling Companion are the victim of a felonious assault within 10 days prior to Your departure date or during Your Trip.

– Financial Default
Your tour operator, airline or cruise line, ceases operation due to a financial default.

– Foreign and Domestic Terrorism
A terrorist event happens at your destination within 30 days of the day you’re scheduled to arrive.

– Hijacking
You or a traveling companion is hijacked, or in the case of Travel Delay, Your travel is delayed by a hijacking

– Home uninhabitable
Your primary residence is uninhabitable because of a natural disaster, fire, flood, burglary or vandalism.

– Illness of Family Member
A family member has a covered illness.

– Illness of Insured
An insured traveler has a covered illness.

– Illness of Traveling Companion
A traveling companion has a covered illness.

– Injury of Family Member
A family member has a covered injury.

– Injury of Insured
An insured traveler has a covered injury.

– Injury of Traveling Companion
A traveling companion has a covered injury.

– Involved in a traffic accident
You or a traveling companion is in a traffic accident on the way to your point of departure and you or the traveling companion need medical attention or the car needs to be repaired because it’s not safe to drive.

– Jury/Subpoena
You are summoned by a court order or subpoena to serve on a jury or appear in court.

– Legal separation or divorce
Your or a traveling companion legally separate or divorce after your insurance effective date but before your scheduled departure date.

– Loss of accommodations abroad
Family or friends outside the United States can’t accommodate you as planned because someone in the household has died or been diagnosed with a serious illness or injury.

– Military Obligations
You or a traveling companion serving in the U.S. Armed Forces are reassigned, or have your personal leave revoked, except because of war, the War Powers Act, base or unit mobilization, unit reassignment or disciplinary action.

– Normal Pregnancy
You become pregnant as long as the pregnancy occurs after the effective date of coverage and can be verified by medical records (only applies to Trip Cancellation).

– Quarantine
You or a traveling companion is quarantined.

 




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Death at the Grand Canyon?

Enjoying this beautiful day!
Standing on top of the world!
God's creation, so beautiful
Look how tiny those people are...amazing
My crew, enjoying the scenery with me

I visited the Grand Canyon from Las Vegas, Nevada through GC Tours. It’s a bus tour that picks you up from your hotel, takes you to the Hoover Dam, Route 66, and allows for three hours at the Grand Canyon. I chose the South Rim tour and only paid $75 which included breakfast and lunch! Much recommended for an affordable trip to see the Grand Canyon from Las Vegas.

It was a beautiful Sunday, my friends and I were enjoying the amazing views and loving the experience of being at the Grand Canyon. I visited two years ago with my family, but it was the first time for my friends. Though I’ve seen it before, it still blew me away…

Then another view blew me away…one of two men, which I thought were on a death wish jumping to the very end of a rock that was several feet away from solid ground! What in the world were they thinking?! Myself and several other witnesses were in shock as we saw the first guy go over and his friend following behind him! Some people had to leave, they didn’t want to watch someone die in front of their faces! The guys didn’t have on any protective harnesses or even work out clothes and shoes! Of course they took their “fun photos” for their friend who was far enough away to be safe, then made their attempt back on solid ground. Myself and others definitely said some prayers for them and cried out “No, don’t do it!” several times in agony as we saw them struggle back to solid ground. The second guy had a tough time getting over and was even hanging for dear life!

Check out the YouTube video here or see Part 1 below

Check out the YouTube video here or see Part 2 below

Thank goodness they were both able to get back on solid ground and we all breathed a sigh of relief. I was still a bit shaky afterwards and when I saw the first guy coming my way I expressed to him how insane I thought that was. He said he saw two women go to the edge of the main cliff to look over the edge to attempt to do it, but changed their minds. He figured, if they thought about doing it, then he knew he could do it. SMH, macho men. I believe he said he and his friend were in the Marines so they are used to stuff like this. I said, “You guys were on a death wish.”

Just another day in the life of Enchantment Travels. Stay tuned for more posts to come!

Fun in the Sun…but at what cost? Maui, HI

Guess where I went for my next trip? One of my dream spots to visit – Hawaii! I’ve always dreamed of visiting Hawaii and imagined it as an exotic tropical paradise. To my pleasure, I had the opportunity to travel there in March.  It was just as beautiful as I imagined.

Hawaii has many islands and the area I visited was called Kihei which is in the island of Maui. I rented a small cottage through www.airbnb.com, an online site that connects you with local people that rent their homes. It’s a great way to live like a local and really connect with the culture since you’re immersed in the environment. It beats the standard hotel room vibe! The cottage was located in a residential neighborhood on the same property as the main house of the homeowners, but I didn’t have any interaction with the them which suited me fine. It had a full sized kitchen, bathroom, washer/dryer, pull out sofa-bed, etc. In two words, cute and cozy!

The cottage was only a couple blocks away from a nearby beach and the first evening I arrived I was able to witness the most beautiful sunset ever! My visit was perfect timing. I arrived after a rare storm passed through the island which helped cool the temperatures to a comfortable mid 70’s range.

I also rented a car, which I highly recommend, to get around and explore the island.

Things to do:

Haleakalā National Park

Haleakalā National Park is a great place to go to watch the sunrise. It was breathtaking and very beautiful! However, I didn’t realize it was going to be so cold up there! I had on a crop top shirt and a light jacket but luckily I still had blankets left over from the airplane and wrapped them around me to try to stay warm. It’s about 10,000 -11,000 feet elevation so it was amazing to be above the clouds in the open air. I try to work out on a regular basis, but with the air being so thin at that elevation, I was definitely panting when I made it up the hill to be above the clouds. I learned that the park is actually apart of an dormant volcano, that last erupted in the 17th Century. The summit in Haleakalā National Park is one of the most sought-after locations in the world for ground-based telescopes because of the lack of city lights and the stillness of the air. Experts come from all over the world to take part in research at “Science City“, an astrophysical complex operated by the U.S. Department of DefenseUniversity of HawaiiSmithsonian InstitutionAir ForceFederal Aviation Administration, and others. Definitely a must see!

https://www.nps.gov/hale/planyourvisit/index.htm

Haleakala National Park
I had to hike up this hill to have the beautiful view...it was worth it.
Sunrise in Maui
Above the Clouds
Clouds
It was cold...but breathtakingly beautiful
Climbing
Hiking up the mountain
Amazing view
Maui, HI
Feeling Alive
Growth
ʻĀhinahina, Silversword
The silversword, classified as an endangered species since 1986, is in the Asteracea or Sunflower Family.
Driving up a Volcano
Haleakala National Park

Above the clouds, driving down the mountain. Click here or watch video below:

The Road to Hana, HI

I’m proud to say, I survived the Road to Hana – This is an extremely narrow and curvy road – for about 3 hours! In some parts of the road, there is only one lane right up against the mountain’s edge. However, it has plenty of cool stops along the way like small towns with all types of different shops, art, waterfalls, parks, seven sacred pools, etc. that was really beautiful. I even came across a cow and her calf running in the middle of the road. I’ve never seen a cow run, so it was pretty funny and cool to see.

Hana itself isn’t a big city – it’s actually a small town, but it’s more about the journey then the destination ?

http://roadtohana.com

Mother and Calf
Totally cute cow and calf running away or to their home!
Hana, Hi
Finally made it!
Upper Waikani Falls
On the road to Hana
Fresh fruit at Twin Falls Maui Farm Stand
Too bad I'm allergic to citrus...
Enjoying natures beauty
Twin Falls Maui
Twin Falls Maui
Visiting a waterfall
But first....let me take a selfie!
The road to Hana
There was about 50 mi of straight curves
Work of Art
This wooden chair cost $12,000!
Mother hen
Chicken and her chicks just chilling on the sideway...
Beautiful flowers
Just Mauied!
No, not married...Mauied. 😉
Hibiscus flower
Hibiscus flower
Wooden artwork

Click here or watch video below:

Seven sacred pools

HALE KŪ‘AI
Haleakala National Park
Live, Laugh, Love
Live, Laugh, Love
Maui, HI
Seven Sacred Pools
Of course I have to get my photo shoot in...
Seven Sacred Pools
Of course I have to get my photo shoot in...
Seven Sacred Pools
Of course I have to get my photo shoot in...
Beautiful serene location
Seven Sacred Pools
The Oheo Gulch or Seven Sacred Pools, part of Haleakala National Park, are located about 15 minutes past Hana town.
Seven Sacred Pools
The Oheo Gulch or Seven Sacred Pools, part of Haleakala National Park, are located about 15 minutes past Hana town.
Beautiful views
Haleakala National Park
Haleakala National Park
Trekking in the wilderness
Haleakala National Park
Trekking in the wilderness

It’s time to goooooo…Shopping!

Shopping is always a must (at least for the ladies)! I love to try to find cool and unique items from my travels. I shopped at The Shops of Wailea which is in the resort district. It’s an outdoor mall that had some nice shops and restaurants and I was able to pick up a few souvenirs and have a nice lunch.

Hawaiian bbq pork

Fun in the Sun

Of course, coming to Hawaii, you must go to the beach! There are a few different options, I went to one of the popular ones near the resorts called Kaanapali. It was nice, but make sure you choose a good area because the water can be choppy in some areas but it was also cool to see the surfers. The scenery was very beautiful but boy was the sun blazing! I have sensitive skin so I had to make sure I had shade and sun screen lotion.

Kaanapali Beach
My view
Kaanapali Beach
My view
Kaanapali Beach
Steps away from the water
Beautiful and peaceful scenery
Kaanapali Beach
Vriksasana
Getting my yoga on...
Vīrabhadrāsana
Getting my yoga on...Warrior I
Virabhadrasana
Getting my yoga on...Warrior II
Enjoying the beautiful backdrop
Enjoying the water
I'm coming to get you!
Fun in the sun

Hawaiian La’au

I used a service called Boss Frogs Dive and Surf to go to a La’au at the Wailea Beach Marriott Resort & Spa which was very nice – they had a buffet, drinks, and a pretty good live show. It was outside near the beach which had a beautiful sunset. It was my first time being lei’d, which were with beautiful real flowers. It was cool to see the traditional Hawaiian hula dancing in person as well as cool tricks using fire!

Click here or see video below:

Click here or see below:

Whale Watching

That service also allowed us to do Humpback Whale Watching. I chose a smaller pontoon boat which was cool – if you don’t sit in the back! Since it’s a smaller boat you can get wet. I sat in the back because I wanted some shade after being sunburnt, but did get sprayed with water. It was about a 1.5 hour trip out on the water and I even saw some whales which was cool!

Click here or watch video below:

What’s the Catch?

With a fun trip, there always seem to be one thing that is a downfall. With all that fun in the sun, my sensitive skin couldn’t seem to handle it. I am also allergic to citrus fruits and being in Hawaii isn’t the place for this! With a combination of sunburn and an allergic reaction from the citrus, the journey back home from Maui was torture! I broke out in a combination of a heat rash, swelling, and itchy skin. My face, hands, and legs were swollen! Of course on the flight home I wore jeans so I wouldn’t be cold, but when I landed I realized that it irritated my already sunburnt skin. I had huge red blotches all over my calves and it was painful to even walk. I had to go to urgent care and got a shot, pills, and an ointment to heal and get back to normal. Smh, I love the beach, but the beach fun in the sun doesn’t love me.

Painful and Itchy
Painful and Itchy
Painful and Itchy
Even my hand and wrist are swollen!
My hands are normally not that plump
Misery and Torture
I would normally NEVER post an ugly photo of myself...but for you guys...I will show my whole experience

Until my next adventure!

-Adina