Just posting a quick update for those of you who have been following along with me after I posted by quarantine update! I’ve moved on down to West Palm Beach for now, still keeping in touch with that guy I met online, but we still haven’t met in person.
Everything is still so strange with everything going on with the Coronavirus. Florida seems to be a little bit more relaxed with their laws; they even started opening up some beaches here over the weekend. But who knows yet whether that was a good idea or a bad idea. I guess we’ll see.
And don’t worry, I didn’t fly down here, either. I rented a car so I could still practice social distancing and not be anywhere crowded. But it was time for a change of scenery. The guy I’m talking to was a little bummed I was leaving, but I’m a traveler, so it’s not like I plan on being in West Palm Beach for too long.
Anyways I headed down to West Palm Beach because I was hoping to be able to do some data entry work for a West Palm Beach personal injury lawyer while everyone was in quarantine, but I changed my mind once I got here and instead found a temporary blogging job for a popular wedding website.
While I’m here, I wanted to make sure to spend some time at the beach, but obviously I don’t want to be around a lot of people with the coronavirus concerns still lingering. This weekend it was beautiful though. I was able to go hiking at the Grassy Waters Preserve and then I caught the sunset at nearby Riviera Beach. There is something just so beautiful about being able to watch the sunset while dipping your toes in the sand.
To be perfectly honest though, this isn’t anything I’ve never seen before. I’m getting anxious to expand my horizons and venture out into the rest of the world. Of course, that isn’t really possible at the moment, but you better believe as soon as I can get out there and into the world again, I will be.
On my list of places outside of the US I’d like to travel are the Amazon Rainforest, somewhere in Africa where I could get up close and personal with like a lion (or even better, a hippo), the mountains in Fiji, and maybe somewhere like Denmark or Italy; I’m not sure yet. But you can be sure that I’ll continue to keep you posted!