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Perth Sunsets

  “Let’s go to the beach and watch the sunset,” I said as I looked at my friend with my camera in my hand. –Cottesloe Beach: Perth, Australia.    Advertisements

Matcha Shake

The time I had a matcha shake in my hands while I was bargaining in Beijing, China.

One Year Already?

How did that happen? I’ve been out of the country for a year already? I don’t even know what to say. I don’t feel like I’ve been gone for that long. I swear… Continue reading

When Your Own Advice Hits You

What people don’t tell you about traveling is sometimes you get in your own head. In moments of solitude, complacency, and loneliness you start to doubt the moment, you doubt the experiences, and… Continue reading

The Struggle, It’s So Real

During your travels you would hope all things go as planned. That it is so smooth you have nothing to worry about. (A little like the peanut butter I haven’t been able to… Continue reading

Grandi Area: Reykjavik, Iceland

“If you walk around the corner, your hostel will be just there,” said the bus driver as I looked at him with confusion. With a bag on each side of my body I… Continue reading

Reykjavik, Iceland

“It’s been done. It’s too late to turn back now. I hope I made the right decision. How did I manage to get on this plane by myself? What will I do when I… Continue reading

Goodbye Complacency, Hello Vulnerability

After leaving Charleston, South Carolina with hesitation and uncertainty, here I stood. I took a deep breath as I disembarked from the plane and walked into the JFK terminal of my final check… Continue reading

Why Alaska

Winter Sports: Alaska has some of the freshest powder on the mountains for snowboarding, skiing, or snow moiling. You can either go to the resort, follow trails, or go rogue. You have a… Continue reading

Hiking Diamond Head – Hawaii

“Beep beep beep,” she grabbed her phone from under the pillow, hit the snooze button, and tried to go back to sleep. Five minutes later the alarm started blaring, she turned it off… Continue reading