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@NickBulosan

Nick Bulosanpron. Rachel’s younger brother and pseudo-son; he is an almost-black belt in tae kwon do, genius student in math and science, and aspiring Gamer/Engineer/YouTuber; growing up sixteen years apart from Rachel, Nick confides in his older sister for comfort while he gets tough love from his other sister, Bridget (luckily, he has his niece Jenelle to make him feel like he is growing up with a sibling closer to his age)

Travel

Explore Fort Lauderdale: Things To Do Near Port Everglades Before or After Your Cruise

Sunday 19 August 2018

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Our ship embarked from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, but before my family and I sailed away, we left “cushion-time” between our flight arrival time and the ship boarding time so we could explore the “Venice of America” before we get on our ship. I’m glad we stayed for two full days before the cruise because it was just enough time to visit some major places in Ft. Lauderdale and Miami.

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Personal

The Core Five: Grandchildren of Fighters

Thursday 01 February 2018

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We are the Core Five, the first five grandchildren of Angelina and Diosdado Bulosan. From oldest to youngest, it’s me, my sister Bridget, Hannah, Luke, and Celine. We are grandchildren of dreamers who flew across the Pacific Ocean to live in America. We are grandchildren of small business owners, self-starters, tailors, and hard workers. We are grandchildren lucky enough to have a grandma who (quite literally) fights and has a black belt, and have a grandpa who is currently fighting for his life as we speak.

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Camping at Colorado’s Hidden Gem

Saturday 25 June 2016

Next time I try to camp 10,000 feet above sea level, I have to prepare my lungs for it. I’ve never been so grateful for oxygen and the ability to breathe in my life until I went to Colorado. My family and I found a hidden gem called Molas Lake Campground and I highly recommend it to anyone looking for a little, peaceful campground to stay at. This campground is privately owned and managed by a family. I need to come back here with Mark someday, but in the meantime, my fond memories of this place will suffice.

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