I am currently running on 2 hours of sleep but that didn’t stop me from dragging my ass to the Amorosa rooftop bar across the river from Wat Arun to watch the sunset this evening.
After 20 hours in the air, I’ve finally made it to Bangkok!I made sure to get out the door as early as possible this morning to give myself time to explore. With only a day in the city, I decided to narrow down my options and see the most popular sights, Wat Pho and Wat Arun.
I’m so grateful to be able to incorporate my passion for travel with my passion for makeup.
When I boarded my plane home at the beginning of the year, I left Peru feeling very conflicted. Transitioning back to reality was tough and I thought about the island all day, wanting absolutely nothing more but to return to my monkey family.
On our last day in Peru, we took a quick trip across the river to buy bananas and it started to rain. As we began heading home, we noticed a beautiful rainbow stretched over the island, making it appear even more magical.
It was a very special goodbye present.
The coolest thing about this trip has been seeing the first hand reaction to the website that I built for the island. Before, the only people who visited were from tour groups, as there were no instructions on how to get here by yourself.
After witnessing Neeko’s strange attachment to the dirty old shirt hanging in the kitchen, our biggest goal this trip has been to work with Neeko and get him playing and acting like a normal monkey of his age.
For the first few days after arriving on the island, we noticed Carina didn’t venture off much or play with the other monkeys. She sat on the roof of the house looking in everyday,waiting for you to come outside.
On Monday at 11:59am Melusca came over to sit under the house and we noticed Carlos was busy running around, surrounding the premises while keeping the other monkeys at a distance. We soon realized that she was in the process of giving birth, but the baby didn’t look healthy.