Hi there, Happy Hump Day! If you’re anything like me, you might want to volunteer abroad for a number of reasons; maybe you enjoy working with people or you’re passionate about providing care, education, and resources. However, doing these effectively requires some deliberation. It’s not enough to go into a community, hand people clothes, food and […]Read more "Volunteer Abroad: Lessons from Panamà"
I had never been an adventurous girl. As a child, I read books, I wrote short stories and dramas and I loved to be in my room. I went outside to play quite a bit because my grandparents made sure we got some sun + exercise and because staying indoors could get boring. I’d take […]Read more "You’re Scared, So What?"
Hi there! Now, this is a story all about how…I travel? It doesn’t quite work with the “Fresh Prince” melody but I’ll go with it. Since I started a blog, I’ve been getting questions about “how I travel”. These questions come in various ways but the theme is usually the same. Before I started traveling […]Read more "How I Travel."
Hello there! I haven’t written one of these in a while but I felt inspired to pen one today. Since my last #WanderlustWednesday post, I’ve added a few destinations to the never ending travel list and this group of islands is one of them. Never mind that there’s currently $300 in travel credit available for […]Read more "Wanderlust Wednesday #15"
I like to carry my past with me. No, I won’t tell you my life story when you meet me, but I might get round to showing you a photo or two. “The past beats inside me like a second heart”- John Banville In the process of doing my daily back up to Google Photos, […]Read more "“The path ahead, the path behind it…”"
Hi there, If you’re reading this, thank you for stopping by. It’s so nice to see that people from all over the world read this blog. Whether you stop by every week or this is your first time, thank you, and I hope you enjoy it. So, I’ve been flying long-haul for as long as […]Read more "My travel essentials : Long-haul flights"
There are two kinds of beach-goers. The kind who like a shaded, quiet area to read or sleep under, and the kind who come with 20 friends, a Bluetooth speaker, and brown paper bags. Both are there to have a good time, they just have different definitions of what that is. I lean heavily to […]Read more "Miami, Florida : An introvert’s guide to South Beach."