The first website I go to when looking for flights is one that I assumed everyone used. Yet, when I’ve told people where I book my flights, I have been surprised to find that not many people know about this.
I have a friend that I met in Thailand. He’s from Germany. Thailand was his first solo trip abroad.
Before he left home, he planned to go on the three week trip, return to Germany, and start working toward a Master’s Degree in his field.
When he got to Thailand, he made really close friends. These people had been traveling for months or years, and they were going to continue traveling. His eyes were opened to a whole new way of life. Continue reading
Let’s start from the beginning:
I was in Vietnam in Ho Chi Minh City for Tet (Lunar New Year) and after celebrating this exciting new holiday for a few days, I decided I was ready to go somewhere new. I decided on Da Nang, a beach town near Hoi An, another place that I wanted to visit. It was pretty far from Ho Chi Minh, so I booked a cheap flight. Continue reading
I just came back to Australia after spending a couple of months traveling in Southeast Asia. To say it was unlike anywhere I’ve ever been before is an understatement. It was a whole other world to me. I learned so much during my time there, and I have some takeaways that I feel are important to share with first-timers heading over to SE Asia:
My year started off in Philadelphia as I rang in the new year at a ballroom New Year’s Eve party. I was still living in my beloved apartment and I had a big birthday bash with my sister for my 25th and her 30th. Although I was having fun, something wasn’t right. I went to Puerto Rico with one of my best friends and that trip was the turning point that made me realize that I needed more life in my life.
I haven’t posted anything for awhile, so I wanted to explain what I’m up to: Continue reading
I went to see the movie Everest recently, and at one point in the movie, the climbers were asking each other, “WHY?” as in, why do they do it?
In the early ’90s, these people were paying $65,000 to have someone lead them up the mountain, not knowing if they would even make it through the trip alive. Especially then, people could buy a whole lot with that much money, so, why did they do it? Why did they spend all that money on one single experience? Continue reading
My friends over at Loople Mobile who I interviewed in my post, Why, If You’re Not Completely Satisfied, It’s Time To Quit Your Job, just launched a new version of their app, Loople 2.0! Continue reading
I want to be remembered… Continue reading