Different cities have different trends. These trends may or may not include a new type of outfit, a music style, etc. Well, ladies and gentlemen, one very large trend that has consumed the city of Miami is the act of buying a new, sporty, beautiful Jeep. These shiny mobile treasures come in almost every color a person could want, and trust me, everyone wants one. I can remember back to 7th grade and how I had so badly wished my first car would be a Jeep. As I entered high school, however, I felt as though they were "too mainstream" and therefor wished my first car would be an Audi (yeah keep dreaming 15 year old me). Since then, I have been a couple of Jeeps. I've cruised around, blasted the music from my friends' cars, sat in shotgun once in while, and I can say that though Jeeps are pretty mainstream, I can see why everyone loves them so much! They are a) pretty affordable, if you buy it at the right place, b) extremely stylish, and c) able to be driven on any type of road without feeling too much discomfort. So in conclusion, I just wanted to share my final opinion on the matter of Jeeps. Who cares if every high school boy and girl in Miami owns one? They're so worth breaking my "non mainstream" rule!
This post may be 3 weeks too late but as I listen to the beats of house music this afternoon the thought dawns on me, "why have I not written about my Ultra experience?!" If you haven't heard of the Ultra Music Festival, sorry to break it to you, but you may have been living under a rock your whole life. Ultra is the world's premier electronic music festival...period.