I’ve been living in Boston for the past two months and I want to share with you some of the things I’ve learned living here!
1:28 #1 Enjoy the T
1:56 #2 Stock up if you are Filipino (like me!)
3:12 #3 Boston accent (or lack of)
3:56 #4 Boston’s filming sites
5:28 #5 Winter essentials: Layers and Lotion
7:14 #6 Boston is walkable!
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