This has been one of the hardest blogs to write. Even now almost two weeks later it’s still hard to put into words how great of an experience VaperCon was. It had almost nothing to do with the items being sold (I only bought one item while I was there – a very limited run mod), but with the people themselves. I have been to all three VaperCons that have taken place thus far. Continue reading
One of the best ways to meet fellow vapers in person are conventions. There’s quite a few of them around the country held throughout the year. There’s far more to them than just the buying and selling of multiple PVs (personal vaporizers) from vendors around the country, it’s where vapers get to interact with each other, explore new items first hand, and pick up a lot of tricks and tips from avid vapers.
Well it has certainly been an eventful month for me. I went from Chicago to Shenzhen (via Hong Kong) for a ten-day trip, and just got back from a four-day trip to Richmond, Virginia for VaperCon.
On Saturday, I made it back to the good old USA. It was a whirlwind trip around the world, clocking in at over 15,000 miles, and one incredible journey!
The trip back was easier than going there. It took four days for me to adjust in China, but just two days for me to feel like myself once I got back home. I was still feeling pretty lousy when I wrote my last post. I was sick from the travel and at that point, wanted to come home. But once I felt like myself again, I enjoyed every moment. I started eating more traditional Chinese food, which was absolutely delicious. My favorite was the Szechuan because I LOVE spicy food. I just wish I had more than nine days!