The year 2016 was simultaneously one of my best and worst years. Read on to find out why I cut my long-term travel short + my travel plans for this year.
People sometimes dismiss responsible travel as just being a buzzword that trends every now and then. It’s not. It’s a lifestyle.
Too many people romanticize long-term travel, thinking it’s all about partying and sightseeing and all the good things travel offers. Well, it’s not all that. Here’s the truth about traveling long term.
It’s been seven months since I left Thailand, but I still miss that country! I’m definitely longing to go back someday.
Is Boracay for solo travelers? Read on for my experiences in one of the world’s most beautiful island destinations.
How do you find joy in your travels? For me, joy is in my everyday life, whether I’m traveling or not.
There are wonderful things to see in Jaipur, including the City Palace and Hawa Mahal. It’s memorable to me, though because I sought and found solace in the Pink City.
If things don’t work out, there won’t be any regrets. I am living my life the way I want it to be, following no script but my own. This is my New Year’s resolution!
From Bohol to Kolkata, Batanes to Bangkok, here’s what made 2013 very special for me.
It’s Christmas time, a time for gift giving! If you haven’t thought of a present to give to a loved one who travels, here are my Christmas gift suggestions.
I loved Vietnam; I loved its food and its people. My last visit to Ho Chi Minh City, however, changed how I feel about it.
India is certainly a huge and incredible country. What is it like to travel solo there as a woman?