Posts Written On July 06, 2016

Summer Cocktail Recipe: Pineapple Rum Punch

Looking for a quick, refreshing summer drink recipe? Here’s one of my favorite this summer: Pineapple Rum Punch! This drink is perfect for a large party or for hanging out by the pool all summer long. The inspiration behind this drink developed during my spring break  trip to the Dominican Republic. I had a similar cocktail all week around and I found this delicious recipe on Pinterest. I liked this version better! Be sure to try it out and let me know what you think.



  • 3 cups Ginger Ale
  • 3 cups pineapple juice
  • 1 cup Malibu rum
  • Fresh pineapple chunks

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Going to Seoul: Dragon Hill Spa

If you follow me on Snapchat or IG, you would know that I was in Seoul for the entire month of June!

One of the weekends, I checked out traditional Korean bathhouse/spa Dragon Hill Spa. This Jijimbang is really easy to get to by subway and HUGE.

Since it was my birthday treat, I went all in and did the Diamond package.

  1. The Pools/Bath Area: Very warm and multiple warm pools around 30-40*C and various sizes. There was also a cooler one around 20* and then some individual stone ‘lounge’ chair’ type tubs. A huge shower area and also a kid’s pool/tub.
  2. The Body Scrub: Totally worth it and you will feel like a fish being scaled by a monger. You are totally naked and they rub all the dead skin out of you, from between your fingers to every inch of your skin. Pretty fun ($32 a la carte)
  3. Hip Bath: Weird. You sit on a little square coffee table with a hole in the middle. Under the hole is a pot of Chinese herbal medicine on a little hot plate. The steam is suppose to help with your PMS cramps and overall ‘womanly’ health. You wear a huge plastic cape and naked underneath. You straddle over the hole with steam for about 30 mins.
  4. Facial: This part was so relaxing that I fell asleep
  5. Massage: Maybe the worst part for me, this Thai style sports massage nearly killed me!
  6. Nails: Regular manicure

Overall, it was quite fun for $200 and there were snacks and plenty to do. The snack: Traditional Korean sweet rice drink ($1 USD) and 3 tea eggs ($2 USD).

I spent 5 hours there on a Saturday and you might have fun too next time you are in Seoul!