My motto for this trip has been that the universe works in strange and mysterious ways, and it certainly hasn’t failed to let me down so far. This past month has been the most unexpected, and exciting, yet.Continue reading “Update: 4 Months Abroad”
I always thought that travel bloggers lead this luxurious life of doing whatever they wanted and then just writing every once in a while. After all, how hard can it be to pound out a quick blog? I’m realizing now it isn’t quite that easy.Continue reading “The Struggle of Blogging While Traveling”
India is a lot like Vegemite (a lesson I learned in Australia): you either hate it or you love it. Some people warned me that it was overpopulated, overwhelming, and most definitely under sanitized. They were right. Cities are overflowing with people, blanketed in trash, engulfed by a cacophony of noise – and I absolutely love it.Continue reading “My First Few Days in India”
I’ve been thinking about it quite a lot on this trip. I always keep a travel journal and am entranced by taking boatloads of pictures and making videos. Why? I’m not a professional. I don’t have thousands of followers, just a very normal blog that’s used as my creative outlet.Continue reading “Why I Love to Create”
Seven. That’s how many colors there are in a rainbow, how many days there are in a week. Some consider it a lucky number, but to me seven is the number of continents on this big sphere of earth and ocean. And I want to visit them all.