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
I am just a Hippie Island girl at heart, and nothing has ever made that more apparent than my stay in Bocas del Toro, Panama this month. My heart felt so full as we first arrived on the Caribbean side of the mainland in Almirante. It was the first time I'd seen the Caribbean! We … Continue reading My Favorite Places to Eat, Sleep and Beach in Bocas Del Toro, Panama
One of the most frequent things I hear from people I meet around the world is this: "Id love to do what you're doing but couldn't ever find the guts to actually do it. You are soooo brave." I respond in two ways. In my head: Am I really though? Half the time I … Continue reading Goodbye Fear, Hello World
It's funny how it's taken all of 840 days, 4 continents and 31 countries plus a visit to California for certain things to REALLY set in. Sometimes you're moving so fast you don't realize the full gravity of what you're experiencing. Have you ever been there? I have...recently, quite a bit. I've spent many days … Continue reading Happily “Homeless”
I have been unable to travel the world as I would like to yet, but I can still say, without a doubt, traveling has been my saving grace. Growing up, most of the traveling I did was with my mom to whatever base she was living on- my mom was in the military but I wasn’t with her all the time. I think that’s where my love for travel and exploring comes from. Being able … Continue reading “You don’t have to go abroad to experience travel” by Toni Elston
If you would have told me a few years ago I’d end up in Peru with a small backpack trekking up and down mountains and through the jungle (unbathed and without makeup on), I would have laughed so hard my nice red wine would have been spit out and my butt would be on the … Continue reading Dear Diary, I trekked Peru’s Salkantay Trail to one of the World Wonders…and I liked it.
Traveling to Asia at the nimble age of 19, alone, was a gamble. But unlike the flashy lights of Vegas's pokie machines, it was a gamble that entirely paid off. Hi, I'm Danielle and six years ago I was in a tough spot. I was halfway through a Psychology degree and in the dumps. Like … Continue reading “How I Found Myself In Asia” by Danielle Read