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
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
As 2017 comes to a close and 2018 approaches I've been daydreaming more and more about where this year will take me. Visualizing has become a big part of my everyday life and so I'm taking that to the next level and publicly publishing my dream travel list for 2018. Let's all watch and see … Continue reading Dream Destinations for 2018
Throughout my travel journey, from inception of the idea to booking the ticket and following through to now, I have had my fair share of crazy looks from people. I've experienced judgement on judgement in all forms, coupled with praise. Like all other things in life, you take the good with the bad, right? … Continue reading Can travel heal depression?
Isn't it funny how deep conversations can get at your hair or nail salon, ladies? It's always been an interesting concept to me- the whole "tell a stranger your whole life story" thing- and never is that idea more prevalent for women than at their salons. This concept applies to taxi drivers and bartenders too- … Continue reading Don’t be afraid to be a Black Sheep if it means following your dreams
After roughing it in hostels for the first few days, Tyguenne and I were excited to check in to Casa Falleri for our first weekend in Peru. We first found the hotel by roaming around the neighborhood in search of a good bar because we heard Barranco was THE PLACE to get our first pisco … Continue reading Review | Casa Falleri Boutique Hotel | Barranco, Peru
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