this vlog is about 2 months late but hey I really like how the editing turned out so here you go!! I had so much fun in Boston, seeing the historical downtown, the harbor, doing some shopping and touring Harvard University (no I am not actually going there I was just joking!! I’m not that smart!!) thank you guys for watching these travel vlogs, hope you all enjoy (:
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