What it’s like to Date Around the World

It always cracks me up how eager people are to hear about my dating life, especially since I started traveling internationally.  I've played coy and kept the juicy stories for "Girls Night" with close friends, but with so many of you asking, let me share a little bit with you- you know, woman to reader. … Continue reading What it’s like to Date Around the World

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Funny things I noticed about Peru (after staying for 7 weeks)

One of the benefits of full-time travel is that you can slow down (despacio en Español) and really get to know a place.  I had the luxury of doing this in Peru last month.  I spent almost seven weeks in this beautiful country and was able to see quite a few places I can now … Continue reading Funny things I noticed about Peru (after staying for 7 weeks)

Overpacking in South America: I’ve become the best/worst backpacker on Earth

Just over a week ago I flew out of SFO on a one-way ticket to Peru and started a new leg of my round-the-world journey. I felt more excited than nervous this time and had zero panic attacks landing abroad, like that first time two years ago in Madrid (Anyone remember? Good Lawd, what a … Continue reading Overpacking in South America: I’ve become the best/worst backpacker on Earth

“Princess Life” – Guest Post by Tyguenne Solomon

I have been on this planet for 29 years and been called "a princess" too many times to count. What is it about me that makes me a princess exactly? Could it be because I have lived a very comfortable lifestyle in one of the most sought after states in America? Or because I enjoy … Continue reading “Princess Life” – Guest Post by Tyguenne Solomon

People always know I’m an American abroad right away. Here’s why…

There are a few things you're probably doing that make you stick out as a "typical American tourist" (effecting your favorability depending on what that person thinks of the states).  Sometimes , depending on the country I've been visiting, people love the fact that I'm American.  Other times, not so much.  It's been particularly interesting to … Continue reading People always know I’m an American abroad right away. Here’s why…

11 Surprisingly Funny Things about South Africa

It may go without saying, but, I will point it out anyway:  Living in another country is VERY different from visiting.   I have been living in Cape Town, South Africa, on and off, for almost a year now and I still experience culture shock almost everyday.  The difference is, now it is every day … Continue reading 11 Surprisingly Funny Things about South Africa