Hello readers! My name is Sabrina Telmo. I am a recent graduate of the University of Hartford with a B.A in arts. I majored in public relations and advertising.
I was originally born in Queens, New York. My family decided to move to Long Island in 2006 and we have been here for 11 years now.
I am a HUGE advocate for stuffing your face in carbs and drowning in deserts. I love to eat and find new dishes to try. Movies also hold a dear spot in my life. However, last but not least..
I love dogs. I have two English bulldogs, Buddha and Bella, who mean the world to me. They love to eat, sleep, drool and tan. What a life.
My parents were both born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Thanks to them, I am fluent in Spanish and have the upmost pride for my culture.
Throughout my life growing up, I was fortunate enough to travel on family vacations. Some trips included Florida, Dominican Republic, Mexico, and Argentina. Therefore, I have always appreciated the world around us.
At the end of my sophomore year of college, I began to crave new adventure. I had been an initiated member of my sorority for a year and wanted a new setting in my life. A senior in my sorority studied abroad that fall in London and began to gain my interest in the possibility of studying abroad.
I began to wonder and think of what country I could possibly see myself living in for a full semester. Then it hit me like a wall, Florence. I studied Italian for nine years and I am able to speak and understand it fairly well.
With the support of my family and friends, I had signed up to embark on a new journey in my life. I would have lack of cell phone service, a budgeted amount of money to spend, and was traveling alone for the first time in my life.
I lived in Florence, Italy for four months. I was able to try amazing foods, meet wonderful people and create memories that will last me forever. However, I found myself falling in love with something else besides food for once.
I became infatuated with the ability to travel. I never took an appreciation for it until I was on my own. You become more observant, more engaging, and the best part is… your phone will barely work in Europe because the wifi is horrendous.
I was able to travel to several cities and countries and do things I never dreamed of doing,
Therefore, I created this blog. I want my readers to join me on my travels and adventures. I want you to go out and try new foods and to embrace this beautiful world for all it has to offer us humans.
Sabrina Antonella Telmo