The other day, I had a very relaxing and enjoyable afternoon to myself where I had planned on going to a museum and a bead store which I had been looking forward to, both which happened to be within walking distance of where I am staying in Buenos Aires. On my way to the museum, I got a little turned around and ended up walking down the wrong street and stumbled upon a little cupcake place called Muma’s. I absolutely love cupcakes, and this was the first specialty bakery of this type I had seen since I had left the States, so you can imagine my excitement.
After spending a leisurely afternoon meandering around the museum, spending an hour in the bead store, having a delicious cupcake with passionfruit frosting–something you would only find in a warm climate–and window shopping, I was reminded how important these little things, the food or not rushing through a store, are when you are traveling extensively (and in life in general).
I’m one of those people who is always looking forward to the next thing and have a hard time appreciating what I am doing in that moment. One thing I have found when I am traveling is that I want to see as much as possible and not feel like I’m wasting a single moment of my time there, but this comes at the price of living for the moment.
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