I’m grateful for the places I visited that wouldn’t have made my 2017 wanderlist, the people I met on the literal and figurative road, and the unforgettable experiences that this year brought.
The places I visit are more than destinations, they’re images, feelings, relationships, memories. With every trip, there’s a new deposit, another plethora of memories. Some, I’d sooner forget, others I’m happy to reminisce on and share with all of you. My time in California falls into the latter category. Palace of Fine Arts: Photogenic. WithinContinue reading “My Californian Summer: The Final Part”
Featuring Presidio Park, the Golden Gate Bridge, Fisherman’s Wharf & the Japanese Tea Garden I spent a lot of my time in the bay area simply exploring. My goal was to see as much as possible in one week. The featured places above were my plans for the next two days, so I prayed forContinue reading “My Californian Summer: Part 2”
While I was in Ecuador, I decided to look for and purchase a ticket for one week in California’s Bay Area (Specifically San Francisco & Oakland). I had never been to the west coast and was itching to visit. In fact, I was simultaneously planning two trips out west. That’s how badly I wanted toContinue reading “My Californian Summer: Part 1”
You know those memories that stick with you? The ones where you don’t need photos to recall the moments because they were so profound? Sometimes, of course, memories fade, but some seem like they’ll last forever – like these events that make up my memorable travel firsts. Amsterdam, Fall 2001 -The first time I was stranded atContinue reading “6 Memorable Travel Firsts”