Outside of the question "Aren't you scared traveling all alone?!" (No, but I was at first. You toughen up pretty quick out there in the world!) The next most frequent question I'm asked is: "What's your favorite country? You must have one, right?!" I feel like I disappoint people, more often than not, when I … Continue reading I’ve been to 29 Countries in the last two years, here are my favorites (so far)..
Whether you’re going on a pilgrimage to deepen your faith or you’re curious about other religions and cultures, visiting sacred places can really open your heart and mind. These places have a distinctive energy, a certain veil of mystery, and you can feel the way centuries have accumulated around them, shaping history as we know … Continue reading 5 Spiritual Destinations that will Change Your Life
It's funny how life works, isn't it? One minute, you're going here, or there, and then wondering if you made the right call. During some points of my travels I've suffered from "The grass looks greener over there" syndrome. There have been times I've arrived in a new place only to be called to another … Continue reading Four Days in Singapore, March ’17
When I was researching places to stay in Singapore, I found 5footway.inn via Facebook, surprisingly, and was intrigued by the cutesy name and marketing. I thought to myself, "Five feet...that's about my size. That's all I need. Perfect!" Just a little space to call my own for a few days while I explore this new … Continue reading Review: 5footway.inn Project Boat Quay Singapore
I've been loudly proclaiming my love for Thailand since my first arrival last November. I’ve already been back two more times and it's only February. I can't seem to stay away. I could feel it as soon as I stepped off the plane day one, this was going to be one of my favorite … Continue reading Thailand aka My Happy Place
Traveling through South East Asia has been so amazing. I've met countless inspiring people, seen mindblowingly beautiful temples, beaches and waterfalls and have genuinely fallen in love with each country in a different way. Every place I've been so far has had something magical about it, something challenging and something funny. Some things I was … Continue reading 8 Weird & Funny Things about South East Asia